HERE IS DECISION for a clean server: Instruction Was Created for "Ubuntu 16" But It Works on "Ubuntu 18" I am not sure whether it will work on version lower than 16 or even on another OS To Connect to the Hosting Console I used PuTTy To Copy Commands to the console, press "Ctrl + C" and "RMB" [Ctrl + V in the console does not work!] Remember Always when asked, “Do you want to Continue?” Press 'Y'
Installing MultiCraft: 1.wget http://www.multicraft.org/download/linux64?version=preview -O multicraft.tar.gz 2. tar xvzf multicraft.tar.gz 3.cd multicraft 4. ./setup.sh [Doing so: | Y | Skipping | Y | Skipping | Skipping | Skipping | Y | Skipping | Skipping | Skipping | Y | Skipping | Y |] 5. apt-get install nano 7.cd / etc / apache2 8.nano apache2.conf 6. Find the directory:
<Directory / var / www /> Options Indexes FollowSymLinks AllowOverride None Require all granted </Directory>
and replace None with All, so that would be like this:
<Directory / var / www /> Options Indexes FollowSymLinks AllowOverride All Require all granted </Directory>
7. /etc/init.d/apache2 restart
Checking What Mysqld Works [Must-Do] 1. mysqld --verbose --help 2. mysqld --no-defaults --verbose --help
Login to sites 1. <ip> /multicraft/install.php 2. <ip> / phpmyadmin [Login = root | Password = Password that you entered when installing phpmyadmin]
Installation No. 1 Database 1: PANEL 1. Choose MySQL 2. Add the database "multicraft_panel" to phpmyadmin 3. Where "Database Username" write "root" Where "Database Password" write the password that you entered when installing MySQL 4. Click Save and Continue.
Database 2: DAEMON " 1. Choose MySQL 2. Add the database "multicraft_daemon" to phpmyadmin 3. Where "Database Username" write "root" Where "Database Password" write the password that you entered when installing MySQL 4. Click Save and Continue.
Mini Setting 1. Where "Administrator contact Email" We write your email 2. Where "Enable the Multicraft API" Set to "True" 3. We don’t touch anything else
Installation No. 2 1. Next, go to the Console. Write 2. nano / home / <username that was created when installing multicraft> /multicraft/multicraft.conf 3. And then we search and change the lines that multicraft wrote to you (Daemon configuration) 4. We write the command to start Daemon "/ home / minecraft / multicraft / bin / multicraft start" 5. Click "Refresh" and then Continue there. 6. Done! Delete the file "install.php" from "var / www / multicraft" and rejoice that everything turned out)