. Note, if you have a Mac or Linux please go to the Bukkit Wiki. Alright, so most of my friends have been asking me how I made my Minecraft server ('the absurd kingdom'), so I thought I'd make this thread dedicated to them. (because they don't understand any other of the tutorials ) The Basics: Making the server Obviously, before we go into all the advanced stuff, we have to actually make the server first.
- Jan 12, 2015. And I can't get it to work. I've been following the instructions here with no. Alternatively, Refer to this thread: Sorry. I had the same error as Malikk, on an Ubuntu Linux server.
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Now, I recommend port-forwarding. Not many people like or even have Hamachi - but it is the easiest option. First, we'll need either Bukkit or MinecraftServer.
You're obviously going to want Bukkit, so go to and download the latest recommended build. The Basics 2: Making the server's directory Once you've downloaded Bukkit's latest Recommended build, you'll need your server's directory / file. Make a file on your desktop and name it whatever you want.
Then, put the craftbukkit(whatever).jar in this file. Right click on the craftbukkit(whatever).jar and change it to just craftbukkit.jar. The basics 3: Making the start-up batch In order for you to actually start your server, you'll need a start-up file. BEFORE I MENTION THIS, MAKE SURE YOU HAVE JAVA. YOU WILL NOT BE ABLE TO MAKE A MINECRAFT SERVER WITHOUT JAVA.
DOWNLOAD EITHER JAVA 6 OR 7 - I RECOMMEND 6. Open Notepad and type the following if you have Windows (32bit) and you downloaded Java 6: USER=48566Echo/USER OFF SET BINDIR=%dp0 CD /D '%BINDIR%' '%ProgramFiles% Java jre6 bin java.exe' -Xmx1024M -Xms1024M -jar craftbukkit.jar PAUSE Windows 32bit with Java 7 is the same as above ^ but instead of jre6 it'll be jre7. If you have Windows 64bit and you have Java 6, change%ProgramFiles% to%ProgramFiles(x86)% like this: USER=48566Echo/USER OFF SET BINDIR=%dp0 CD /D '%BINDIR%' '%ProgramFiles(x86)% Java jre6 bin java.exe' -Xmx1024M -Xms1024M -jar craftbukkit.jar PAUSE Windows 64bit with Java 7 is the same as above ^ but instead of jre6 it'll be jre7.if you have a mac or linux, please read the top of this post. Once you've copied the code that matches your operating system, save the file as 'RUN.bat' and the Save as file type as 'All files'. Now, in your server file, double click on the RUN.bat. This will generate the essential files for your server.
A collection of useful commands and features for server admins and players.
Everything here will be the same, but all '32beta's will be called 'world', and there won't be anything called Smap. Oh, and there might not be a 'wepif'. I have no idea what that is, to be honest. Intermediate 1: Port-forwarding Woo hoo! We've reached Intermediate. Here be the dreaded Port-Forwarding, the step that pretty much EVERYBODY gets stuck on.
(the ones that failed to make a server). Click Start type cmd press enter. Type 'ipconfig' in command prompt. Scroll down until you first see the word 'wireless'. Now, ignore everything else and look at the number after Default Gateway: - and then paste that number into your browser. Everybody has different routers, so if you have a different router to NetGear, please go to routers port forwarding guides your router model Minecraft Server.
(the router & model can be found under your actual router.) If you have a NetGear like me, you'll have to do exactly what I do. That being said, some different models of NetGear have different options.
So, on some of them you have to click 'Port Forwarding / Port Triggering'. If you don't have this, this is how you do it. Click 'Services' under 'Content Filtering'. Click Add Custom Service. If this is your FIRST EVER minecraft server, which it probably is if you're looking at this post, you'll need to portforward 25565, so in Start Port and Finish Port you'll put 25565. But this isn't my first Minecraft server, I'm going to forward a different port. Name anything you want.
Like this: mserver Type Either TCP/UDP or TCP. Start Port 25565 (if this is your first server) Finish Port 25565 ^ read above Click Apply. Now click Firewall Rules which is above Services. Scroll down to Inbound Services. Service: Select the service you just created. Action: ALLOW always Send to LAN server: Your ipv4 address found in CMD ipconfig (under Wireless LAN Adapter Wireless Network Connection) WAN users: Any Log: Never Now, under 'Advanced', go to LAN IP setup. Tick your computer under Address Reservation Server.
You will only need to do this once. You have successfully port-forwarded.
Intermediate 2: Enabling the port for your server Ok, now that your port is opened, you will need to enable it for your server. This is very easy, it shouldn't be in Intermediate but you need to port-forward first so it'll have to be after that step. Go to your server's file. Open server.properties (I recommend right clicking and opening with, if you don't have that and don't want to download it for some weird reason, right click and open with notepad.) In server-port, type in the port that you've opened. As I've said a million times, if it's your first server, you shouldn't opened 25565 so you can skip this step since the default in server-port is 25565. Intermediate 3: Making Java public Lot's of people think it's over after port-forwarding, and the ones who think that can't get people to connect to their server.
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This is because they're wrong. You're going to need to make your Java public! Type in Windows Firewall. Click the Windows Firewall icon. Click Allow a program or feature through Windows Firewall. I'm assuming you have Java SE installed.
Click Change Settings and find the JAVA(TM) Platform SE binary's. Enable them and tick Public. Intel meshcommander (amt tool): now available for mac. We Win! 1: Getting the IP WOO HOO! You've successfully created a port-forwarded Minecraft server. Now, you just need the IP to connect with.since you are the host of the server, you can connect with the IP localhost. Go to Copy the number and give this to your friends!
We Win! 2: THE STARTUP The final step! Just click your RUN.bat, connect with either the number at or localhost!
Advanced 1: Installing Plugins Now that you've got your server up and running, you'll want to install some cool plugins, sometimes known as 'mods', short for modifications. NOW the most ESSENTIAL (haha geddit?) plugin is Essentials! You get all the cool stuff like /invsee /sethome and stuff. There are about a billion commands that come with essentials so I can't say them all!! There's a whooooooooole lot of plugins, so go to, Get Plugins, and find one that's right for you! So, once you've downloaded a plugin, you'll need to install it into your server.
Remember when we talked about the server directory? You'll need to go into there. Once you're in your server directory, open the plugins folder.
It'll be empty. Go to wherever you saved the plugin's.jar, and drag it into the plugins folder!
Now just run your server and it should work fine. More things are being added to this thread. Please check back later!. ^ Willpool.
How to make a Minecraft BUKKIT Server FOR FREE how to make a minecraft BUKKIT server for free Untitled Document This info is FREE to print, if you want to copy any of our information, you have to include the link of our Website into your copied text. Author: (iPureFX) Hello Everyone Today I will show you how to make minecraft server.
(Article by iPureFX) Do you want to set-up your own Minecraft server for private or public use? Well if you're reading this post now, I'm sure that you do. This post will be a tutorial on how to set up your very own Minecraft server. Anyway lets scroll down to do some work. You can either watch a or follow the bellow!
Step 2 Set-up your Minecraft Server: Once you have put Craftbukkit.jar into the folder, make a new text document with notepad or your favorite text editor ( Notepad is recommended).When You open Notepad place this into notepad file @ECHO OFF Color 3 TITLE Minecraft Server:run Echo Starting Server. SET BINDIR=%dp0 CD /D '%BINDIR%' java -Xms1024M -Xmx4096M -jar craftbukkit.jar goto run Save the text document as 'Startup.bat' or “Server Sratup.bat” anything that will make you to remember this file; Now Run Your Bat File Once it’s open and fully loaded, enter ' stop' into the console and press ENTER. Next, Open your “MC Folder” and go to the file called ' server.properties' and edit that to whatever you want, but DO NOT!! Put anything in ' Server IP.' Step 3 Now here comes the hard part: port forwarding.
If you already know how to port forward, you can skip this portion of the tutorial. To begin, go to, select your router, and skip the advertisement.
You'll come to a web-page that looks like this one: Scroll down until you see a listing called 'Minecraft Server.' There it will show you step-by-step how to port forward for your router for a Minecraft server. Also, when port forwarding make sure to put your internal IP address Eg(10.1.1.10, 192.168.1.31.etc) in the place where it says 'IP Address.'