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Minecraft server
Minecraft servers allow several players to build on the same world at the same time, see each other in the world and interact with one another. Basic information on creating a server is provided here, a list of the types of servers is presented and it is explained how you can play on a server.



Minecraft Server General information 

  • Installing a server on Windows, Mac OS or Linux - Find the instruction here.
  • Running a server and playing Minecraft on the same computer at the same time does not work smoothly or not at all on very slow computers.
  • Netbooks, ultrabooks and weak notebooks are not suitable for good or powerful servers. They typically have slower hardware than a desktop computer (gaming notebooks are the exception here).
  • A server on which there are many players should be connected by cable to a local network and not be connected via a wireless network.
  • If you want to keep your server running continuously, it is best to rent a server.

 

Minecraft System requirements 

  • It is recommended that you have at least 4 GB of RAM. The more memory you have, the more players can be online at the same time and the larger worlds can be rendered.
  • The official Minecraft server version also supports multiple processor cores.
  • The computer on which the server is running should not be running too many other programs so that it can generate enough performance for the game.

 

Here is a simple, non-mandatory list of system requirements:

  • Operating a server in Windows: 2.8 GHz dual-core processor, 3GB RAM (for XP) or 4 + GB RAM (for Vista / 7/8 / 8.1 / 10), 10MBp / s + internet connection
  • Operating a server on a Unix-based system (Linux, Mac OS X): 2.2 GHz single core processor, 2GB RAM, 10MBp / s + internet connection

 

Minecraft Server systems 
There are various options available to operate a server. It is advisable to always equip the server with the current Minecraft version, as the launcher automatically uses the current Minecraft version if you do not set it differently. If the server does not match the version of the player, either an "Outdate Client" (the player is an older version than the server) or an "Outdate Server" error message (the server is an older version than the player).

  • The official server software from Mojang can be found here. For instructions for all three operating systems is here to find. A description of the Mojang server console can be found here.
  • There is now a large number of server software that was not developed by Mojang. This often offers the advantage that plugins can be integrated into the game. The diversity of these plugins enables an extended gaming experience.

 

Minecraft Server commands 
Under " Command " there is a list of all commands that can be used as a user or operator on a server.


Minecraft Server types 
Here is a list of some of the server types. It should show what you can do on a single server. Of course, there are also servers that contain several of the types listed below.

  1. Survival: Standard server (in survival mode ) with regular maps, allows players to build or destroy whatever they want. Often griefing is not allowed.
  2. Creative Server: Players can build and destroy whatever they want, with the focus more on creating objects. These servers often try to simulate settlements in a foreign country or the like, and require the gathering of resources in order to erect buildings.
  3. PvP: Players fight against other players (on a PvP server P layer v ersus P layer). Stealing items is often allowed. Some servers don't offer PvP.
  4. PvP mini-games: Most servers offer PvP mini-games. The best known modes are Hungergames, Spleef, Survivalgames, Skywars and UHC (Ultrahardcore).
  5. Clan PvP: Some servers have a plugin that can be used to create clans. Players can join the clans. Most of the time these clans fight each other and have a base and their own land.
  6. Extreme PvP: There is typically no wilderness on Prisonserver and players have to earn money to advance on the server. There are servers that allow the player freedom if one has reached a certain rank in the prison. On other servers the player can escape and thereby free himself. PvP is allowed on some of these servers.
  7. Challenge: On this type of server you have a task to perform while playing. For example, you live underwater, on an island or in the sky (sky block ). At the beginning you often have little or nothing available that could help you master the task.
  8. Economy: Economy servers have a server-internal currency system. This allows players to set up their own shops and to buy and sell blocks and other items. On some business servers you can even buy land. This type of server can be very close to real life. There are professions, businesses, and sometimes more than one settlement. You can almost build your own Minecraft online life on such a server. Mostly the city and survival server types are used. You can often find nice company on this type of server. Such servers usually have a Teamspeak server.
  9. City: On city servers, you are often given a plot of land in a city-like region on which you can build your own house. iConomy is a typical plug-in used on such servers.
  10. Others: With more plugins there are also more server types.
  11. Combined: These are servers on which several game modes can be played simultaneously on one Minecraft server.
  12. Battle Royale: 100 players fight against each other like in Pvp, only you choose where you spawn.

 

Minecraft Server ranks 
Vanilla servers only have normal players and operators. Operators have all rights, while the normal player has commands etc. assigned to him.

Modified servers such as minigame networks mostly use Bukkit or Spigot and extend their functions with plugins. Due to the large number of players and the different administrative tasks, this also includes rights management with more ranks. The usual distinctions are:

  1. Guest: Guests refer to players who only look but cannot change anything. This prevents willful destruction. By recognizing the respective, individual server rules, you turn from guest to player. You can't change the world on mini-game servers, so guest rank is usually not necessary there.
  2. Buyable ranks: Most servers have an online shop in which ranks can be bought for money. In order to comply with the guidelines for commercial use, a buyable rank may only bring cosmetic benefits on the respective server. That is, "Pay to Win" is illegal.
  3. Server team: Some ranks are part of the server team, others are not part of the server team. The server team consists of the owner of the server, who finances it and takes legal responsibility, and his employees who manage and expand the server on his behalf. Members of the server team can make server-changing decisions or decisions about excluding players.

 

Minecraft Configure server 
Once a server is installed, it must be configured by an operator. This includes setting the server properties, the basic settings of a server. These define, for example, which game mode is used or which IP the server is operated on.

Users of third-party server software providers often have to install plugins as well. These are only optional, but allow more fun. You can find out more on the official homepages of the developers.

 

Convert world
With each new version of Minecraft, there are small or large changes to the saved game data. If a world was created with an old version, the new version could no longer read it. To make this possible anyway, the data must be converted before or during reading, ie converted into the new format. There are two ways to do this:

  • By the way: Each chunk is only converted when it is entered by a player and thus loaded.
  • Completely in advance: All chunks in the world are converted before the server is started. To do this, the server is started with the addition --forceUpgrade. This cannot be reversed, so you should make a backup of the world beforehand.

 

Play Minecraft along on a server 

Find a suitable minecraft server 
A list of various speaking servers can be found on Minecraft-Server.eu.

Rent Minecraft server 
Installing a Minecraft server is basically not difficult, but you use it to set up public access on your computer, which you have to secure accordingly. If you don't want to deal with the administration and maintenance of a server, you can also rent a Minecraft server. You can find many providers on the Internet if you search for "Rent Minecraft Server" or "Rent Minecraft Gameserver".

The offers usually go beyond pure server access and also include regular data backups of the world, an online map of the world, the import of new Minecraft updates and above all: many useful plugins and popular mods that you don't have to worry about installing. After registering with the landlord and paying a fee, you get access to a server address with a freshly generated Minecraft world. The fee depends on the rental period (e.g. three months) and the number of players who can play on the server at the same time. As a tenant you have administrator rights in the server world and can use the appropriate use commands.

Minecraft join server 

  1. To join a server that runs on your own computer, click on Multiplayer in the menu and wait until the server is automatically recognized in the local network. Alternatively, you can also enter it (only on the computer on which the server is running) or as an IP address.localhost: 127.0.0.1
  2. To join a server that is running on a computer in the local area network (LAN), you wait until it is found automatically or you enter the network address of the relevant computer.
  3. To join a server that is running anywhere in the world, one has to enter the external IP address of that computer.
  4. Some servers are protected by a guest list so that only users registered by an administrator can join the game. In this case you have to contact an administrator beforehand so that you can be put on the guest list.

If you do not know the IP address of a server, you should contact the owner of the server.

 

Minecraft Server folder 
The server folder is the folder in which the server's jar file is located. When the server is started for the first time, it automatically creates some empty files and subfolders.

  1. Server folder name: All data on a server. Different servers should be in different server folders with their respective data.
  2. crash-reports: log files that aregenerated inthe event of aserver crash.
  3. generated: The standard output folder for thedata generator. For details seedata generator # output folder.
  4. Input folder name: The input folder for thedata generator. The--inputfolder is specifiedwith the data generator parameter.
  5. log: All log files that the server automatically generates.
  6. latest.log: The current log file as a normal text file.
  7. Date no. Log.gz: Archived log files. As soon as another log file is added, the current current log file is automatically compressed and given a new name with date and consecutive number.
  8. world: Standard world folder (for content seeworld folder). The name isspecifiedin theserver.propertiesunderlevel-name.
  9. banned-ips.json: Banned IP addresses as normal text files (seebanned-ips.json). The first time the server is started, an empty file is created.
  10. banned-players.json: Banned players as a normal text file (seebanned-players.json). When the server is started for the first time, an empty file is created.
  11. eula.txt: Confirmation of the Minecraft license conditions as a normal text file (seeeula.txt). When the server is started for the first time, a file is created with no confirmation.
  12. minecraft_server.jar: The server consists of a large number of Java classes, libraries and information that are summarized in a Java archive (jar file).
  13. ops.json: Server operators as normal text file (seeops.json). The first time the server is started, an empty file is created.
  14. server.properties: Configuration data of the server as a normal text file (seeserver.properties). When the server is started for the first time, a file with default values is created.
  15. server-icon.png: Optionally, the image thatis displayedin theserver list(seeserver icon). The file must have this name.
  16. usercache.json: All players who have entered the world as a normal text file (seeusercache.json). The first time the server is started, an empty file is created.
  17. whitelist.json: Guest list as a normal text file (seewhitelist.json). The first time the server is started, an empty file is created.
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Create Minecraft Server
If you no longer want to play Minecraft in single player mode, but want to stack blocks with your friends, you need a server. You can quickly create a Minecraft server.


Create Minecraft Server - Minecraft Server Data
For the Minecraft server to work properly, you need at least Java version 6. Check here whether Java is up to date or download the latest Java version.

  1. Download the Minecraft Server file and run it
  2. An .exe file is unpacked, which you can start directly or, depending on your needs, first drag it into a program folder and execute it from there.


Creating the Minecraft server
After you have started the .exe file, the server starts automatically. From time to time, status reports on server operation and events in the game world are displayed in the open window.

  1. The server can now be accessed in the local network, you and friends can reach the server with the Minecraft game at the IP address of your computer.
  2. If you don't know your computer's IP address to find it out there is a lot of tutorial you can find.


Further adaptation of the server
The server can be further adapted for setting subtleties in the game world.

  • To do this, first stop the server by closing the window.
  • In addition to the .exe file, there should be another file with the name "server.properties", which you can open with the editor by right-clicking and clicking on "Open with ...".
  • In addition to various other settings, the maximum number of players can be changed with "max-players", with "pvp" it is possible to adjust whether players can injure each other and with "spawn-animals" you can switch animals in your game world on and off.

Tip: In order to also play with friends on the Internet, the local network can be expanded virtually with hamachi.

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Minecraft server
Minecraft servers allow several players to build on the same world at the same time, see each other in the world and interact with one another. Basic information on creating a server is provided here, a list of the types of servers is presented and it is explained how you can play on a server.



Minecraft Server General information 

  • Installing a server on Windows, Mac OS or Linux - Find the instruction here.
  • Running a server and playing Minecraft on the same computer at the same time does not work smoothly or not at all on very slow computers.
  • Netbooks, ultrabooks and weak notebooks are not suitable for good or powerful servers. They typically have slower hardware than a desktop computer (gaming notebooks are the exception here).
  • A server on which there are many players should be connected by cable to a local network and not be connected via a wireless network.
  • If you want to keep your server running continuously, it is best to rent a server.

 

Minecraft System requirements 

  • It is recommended that you have at least 4 GB of RAM. The more memory you have, the more players can be online at the same time and the larger worlds can be rendered.
  • The official Minecraft server version also supports multiple processor cores.
  • The computer on which the server is running should not be running too many other programs so that it can generate enough performance for the game.

 

Here is a simple, non-mandatory list of system requirements:

  • Operating a server in Windows: 2.8 GHz dual-core processor, 3GB RAM (for XP) or 4 + GB RAM (for Vista / 7/8 / 8.1 / 10), 10MBp / s + internet connection
  • Operating a server on a Unix-based system (Linux, Mac OS X): 2.2 GHz single core processor, 2GB RAM, 10MBp / s + internet connection

 

Minecraft Server systems 
There are various options available to operate a server. It is advisable to always equip the server with the current Minecraft version, as the launcher automatically uses the current Minecraft version if you do not set it differently. If the server does not match the version of the player, either an "Outdate Client" (the player is an older version than the server) or an "Outdate Server" error message (the server is an older version than the player).

  • The official server software from Mojang can be found here. For instructions for all three operating systems is here to find. A description of the Mojang server console can be found here.
  • There is now a large number of server software that was not developed by Mojang. This often offers the advantage that plugins can be integrated into the game. The diversity of these plugins enables an extended gaming experience.

 

Minecraft Server commands 
Under " Command " there is a list of all commands that can be used as a user or operator on a server.


Minecraft Server types 
Here is a list of some of the server types. It should show what you can do on a single server. Of course, there are also servers that contain several of the types listed below.

  1. Survival: Standard server (in survival mode ) with regular maps, allows players to build or destroy whatever they want. Often griefing is not allowed.
  2. Creative Server: Players can build and destroy whatever they want, with the focus more on creating objects. These servers often try to simulate settlements in a foreign country or the like, and require the gathering of resources in order to erect buildings.
  3. PvP: Players fight against other players (on a PvP server P layer v ersus P layer). Stealing items is often allowed. Some servers don't offer PvP.
  4. PvP mini-games: Most servers offer PvP mini-games. The best known modes are Hungergames, Spleef, Survivalgames, Skywars and UHC (Ultrahardcore).
  5. Clan PvP: Some servers have a plugin that can be used to create clans. Players can join the clans. Most of the time these clans fight each other and have a base and their own land.
  6. Extreme PvP: There is typically no wilderness on Prisonserver and players have to earn money to advance on the server. There are servers that allow the player freedom if one has reached a certain rank in the prison. On other servers the player can escape and thereby free himself. PvP is allowed on some of these servers.
  7. Challenge: On this type of server you have a task to perform while playing. For example, you live underwater, on an island or in the sky (sky block ). At the beginning you often have little or nothing available that could help you master the task.
  8. Economy: Economy servers have a server-internal currency system. This allows players to set up their own shops and to buy and sell blocks and other items. On some business servers you can even buy land. This type of server can be very close to real life. There are professions, businesses, and sometimes more than one settlement. You can almost build your own Minecraft online life on such a server. Mostly the city and survival server types are used. You can often find nice company on this type of server. Such servers usually have a Teamspeak server.
  9. City: On city servers, you are often given a plot of land in a city-like region on which you can build your own house. iConomy is a typical plug-in used on such servers.
  10. Others: With more plugins there are also more server types.
  11. Combined: These are servers on which several game modes can be played simultaneously on one Minecraft server.
  12. Battle Royale: 100 players fight against each other like in Pvp, only you choose where you spawn.

 

Minecraft Server ranks 
Vanilla servers only have normal players and operators. Operators have all rights, while the normal player has commands etc. assigned to him.

Modified servers such as minigame networks mostly use Bukkit or Spigot and extend their functions with plugins. Due to the large number of players and the different administrative tasks, this also includes rights management with more ranks. The usual distinctions are:

  1. Guest: Guests refer to players who only look but cannot change anything. This prevents willful destruction. By recognizing the respective, individual server rules, you turn from guest to player. You can't change the world on mini-game servers, so guest rank is usually not necessary there.
  2. Buyable ranks: Most servers have an online shop in which ranks can be bought for money. In order to comply with the guidelines for commercial use, a buyable rank may only bring cosmetic benefits on the respective server. That is, "Pay to Win" is illegal.
  3. Server team: Some ranks are part of the server team, others are not part of the server team. The server team consists of the owner of the server, who finances it and takes legal responsibility, and his employees who manage and expand the server on his behalf. Members of the server team can make server-changing decisions or decisions about excluding players.

 

Minecraft Configure server 
Once a server is installed, it must be configured by an operator. This includes setting the server properties, the basic settings of a server. These define, for example, which game mode is used or which IP the server is operated on.

Users of third-party server software providers often have to install plugins as well. These are only optional, but allow more fun. You can find out more on the official homepages of the developers.

 

Convert world
With each new version of Minecraft, there are small or large changes to the saved game data. If a world was created with an old version, the new version could no longer read it. To make this possible anyway, the data must be converted before or during reading, ie converted into the new format. There are two ways to do this:

  • By the way: Each chunk is only converted when it is entered by a player and thus loaded.
  • Completely in advance: All chunks in the world are converted before the server is started. To do this, the server is started with the addition --forceUpgrade. This cannot be reversed, so you should make a backup of the world beforehand.

 

Play Minecraft along on a server 

Find a suitable minecraft server 
A list of various speaking servers can be found on Minecraft-Server.eu.

Rent Minecraft server 
Installing a Minecraft server is basically not difficult, but you use it to set up public access on your computer, which you have to secure accordingly. If you don't want to deal with the administration and maintenance of a server, you can also rent a Minecraft server. You can find many providers on the Internet if you search for "Rent Minecraft Server" or "Rent Minecraft Gameserver".

The offers usually go beyond pure server access and also include regular data backups of the world, an online map of the world, the import of new Minecraft updates and above all: many useful plugins and popular mods that you don't have to worry about installing. After registering with the landlord and paying a fee, you get access to a server address with a freshly generated Minecraft world. The fee depends on the rental period (e.g. three months) and the number of players who can play on the server at the same time. As a tenant you have administrator rights in the server world and can use the appropriate use commands.

Minecraft join server 

  1. To join a server that runs on your own computer, click on Multiplayer in the menu and wait until the server is automatically recognized in the local network. Alternatively, you can also enter it (only on the computer on which the server is running) or as an IP address.localhost: 127.0.0.1
  2. To join a server that is running on a computer in the local area network (LAN), you wait until it is found automatically or you enter the network address of the relevant computer.
  3. To join a server that is running anywhere in the world, one has to enter the external IP address of that computer.
  4. Some servers are protected by a guest list so that only users registered by an administrator can join the game. In this case you have to contact an administrator beforehand so that you can be put on the guest list.

If you do not know the IP address of a server, you should contact the owner of the server.

 

Minecraft Server folder 
The server folder is the folder in which the server's jar file is located. When the server is started for the first time, it automatically creates some empty files and subfolders.

  1. Server folder name: All data on a server. Different servers should be in different server folders with their respective data.
  2. crash-reports: log files that aregenerated inthe event of aserver crash.
  3. generated: The standard output folder for thedata generator. For details seedata generator # output folder.
  4. Input folder name: The input folder for thedata generator. The--inputfolder is specifiedwith the data generator parameter.
  5. log: All log files that the server automatically generates.
  6. latest.log: The current log file as a normal text file.
  7. Date no. Log.gz: Archived log files. As soon as another log file is added, the current current log file is automatically compressed and given a new name with date and consecutive number.
  8. world: Standard world folder (for content seeworld folder). The name isspecifiedin theserver.propertiesunderlevel-name.
  9. banned-ips.json: Banned IP addresses as normal text files (seebanned-ips.json). The first time the server is started, an empty file is created.
  10. banned-players.json: Banned players as a normal text file (seebanned-players.json). When the server is started for the first time, an empty file is created.
  11. eula.txt: Confirmation of the Minecraft license conditions as a normal text file (seeeula.txt). When the server is started for the first time, a file is created with no confirmation.
  12. minecraft_server.jar: The server consists of a large number of Java classes, libraries and information that are summarized in a Java archive (jar file).
  13. ops.json: Server operators as normal text file (seeops.json). The first time the server is started, an empty file is created.
  14. server.properties: Configuration data of the server as a normal text file (seeserver.properties). When the server is started for the first time, a file with default values is created.
  15. server-icon.png: Optionally, the image thatis displayedin theserver list(seeserver icon). The file must have this name.
  16. usercache.json: All players who have entered the world as a normal text file (seeusercache.json). The first time the server is started, an empty file is created.
  17. whitelist.json: Guest list as a normal text file (seewhitelist.json). The first time the server is started, an empty file is created.

Thank you. A really complete tutorial to build minecraft server.

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