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    posted a message on Minecraft Server Won't Launch

    The command will only work if you are in the same directory as the jar file is located. After opening the command prompt you must change it to the location of the file first. This can be done using the command


    cd <filepath>

    I have a backup of my network saved in my documents folder so as an example I would run:


    cd C:\Users\adams\Documents\MCSERVBACKUP


    and then run the java command.


    As Tails has pointed out, it is always best practice to have a .bat file as in the event of a server crash you can automatically start the server back up by adding the script to your server configuration. It is also just easier in general.

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    posted a message on I want to run a small multimode server.

    Your best bit is to go for a plugin like https://dev.bukkit.org/projects/multiverse-core which allows you to have numerous different worlds within a server. After doing so you are going to have quite a lengthy process in making sure that certain plugins only function on the specific worlds that the game mode is on.


    You could use a plugin like world guard (https://dev.bukkit.org/projects/worldguard) to block commands and change gamemodes of players based on the world they are on. This would be done by defining region flags for each world. There are plenty Youtube videos explaining this.


    Good luck with your server,

    Adam.


    (If you can, a bungeecord network with multiple servers is a lot more recommended. You could start off with one gamemode and work it up with multiple servers.)

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    posted a message on Server lags with 3 people even though I have sufficient hardware and connection.

    Although your software is good, your connection may be what is limiting it.


    Since you are playing on the same rig that you play Minecraft on, you may be taking up a lot of the allocated bandwidth to your computer meaning the server doesn't have a fast or strong enough connection.


    Try running a test of server performance with just the server running on your network. Nothing else (no tv, no games console). See if the lag persists.

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    posted a message on Issues accessing server console with screen in linux

    I'll show you another way of doing it.


    In command line type out

    screen -R mc

    Click enter when it says new screen and start your server in this screen.

    After the server has stated up do the normal Cntl + A + D keybind to deattach and you should be able to log off from terminal. If you want to access it again, do


    screen -list

    and look for the deattached screen. After you have found it simply do

    screen -R (nameofthescreen)

    The name of the deattached screen should be something along the lines of something-.something.mc

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    posted a message on Minecraft Server Won't Launch

    Are you running the java command in the same directory as the jar file is located.


    For example if you stored it in your desktop are you changing the command prompt directory to that location and then running the command?

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