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How To Make A Minecraft Server

The Minecraft server is a piece of software that is used to control the multiplayer mode of Minecraft. Only a few games allow users to create and host their own games. ARK: Survival Evolved is one of these. Counter-Strike is another.

Servers can either be set up to host gaming sessions between friends or they can be dedicated servers. Servers that are dedicated to a specific group, such as families or children, are called dedicated servers. It takes a lot to set up a dedicated server, and it is expensive. Those responsible for maintaining dedicated servers also have to put in a lot.

Most of the servers are set up for multiplayer Minecraft gaming with friends. While anyone can set up a Minecraft server to host a gaming session with friends, it is quite technical. Hosting your own server gives the user some control over the game's settings, including NPCs, hostile elements, difficulty levels, and other parameters. Moreover, servers give you control over who plays the game.

This guide will teach you how to create a Minecraft server. These instructions cover both Windows and macOS server creation.

How to create a Minecraft server on macOS

Let's build a server for macOS.

First, Java must be installed. Type the following command into the terminal:

If the output indicates the version number, then Java is already installed. If not, you can download it from this link.

Next, download it from here

Download Server

Give the folder a name. I am naming it "Minecraft Server", and then place the server file in it.

Make sure that the file name contains "server.jar". Double-click the "server.jar", then it will ask for security permissions.

Allow it from "Security & Privacy":

You will download a few more files after double-clicking it:

Now, open "eula.txt", in text edit, and modify it as shown on the image below.

After you have made "eula=true", close your file and save it.

Open the terminal and type to give a command to run the server. Make sure you're in the same directory that the "server.jar” file is located.

You can run a server without GUI by simply omitting "nogui" in the above command. That's it! The server is now running.

Now, launch the game by clicking on the "Multiplayer" option:

Click on the "Add Server” button:

Assign the desired name to your server and type the server address as "localhost":

To find the IP of your computer, go to "System Preferences" and click on "Network":

Please note the IP address

To play with other players on the same network, stop the server by typing "stop" in the terminal. Open "server properties", search for "server-ip=". Type your IP address here, as shown in below image:

If anyone would join your server, they need the IP address of your server.

How to create a Minecraft server on Windows

It is quite easy to create a Minecraft server using Windows.

Step 1:

Check if Java is installed or not by using the command provided below in the command prompt:

If it's not there, you can download it and then install it from here.

Step 2

Download the server from Minecraft's website.

Step 3:

Create a folder and place the downloaded server (server.jar) file in it.

Step 4

Double-click "server.jar" and allow it to open if the firewall asks you for permissions.

Step 5:

Edit the file "eula.txt".

Step 6

To start the server open a Terminal and run this command.

Ensure that you are in the folder where the "server.jar" file is placed. In this example, the directory is C:\Users\shahr\Desktop\MinecraftServer.

Open Minecraft and click on "Multiplayer". Then click "Add Server", and enter your IP address or "localhost" to start your server:

"Server options" is another important file that the server generates. Open it in any text editor. This file comes with many options to control and configure local multiplayer games as shown in the image below:

Single-player Minecraft is great fun, regardless of whether it's in survival mode (or creative mode). Playing it with friends increases the enjoyment and amusement. Setting up a Minecraft server is a bit technical but not as complicated as it appears. This article explains how to set up a server using Windows and macOS. Having your own server allows you to manage your multiplayer game with a lot more configuration options and control. You can enable and disable various elements of your game, such as the number of players, difficulty, spawning, and game mode. Yurock Port mapping is necessary to allow you to expand your server to include players from all corners of the globe. However, it comes with some security risks.

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