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- Note: In this guide we refer to the server file as craftbukkit.jar but the file you download may be named differently. The file name used in your start script must match the name of the file you download.
- Note: Unless you have a multi-homed machine and know what this means/requires, server-ip= in server.properties MUST remain unchanged from default and be blank.
- Note: When running a server for the first time, errors will show up. Do not worry as this is normal; the server is generating files and folders needed to run as they do not exist yet.
- Note: The Bukkit server is intended as a complete replacement for the official Minecraft Server downloaded from Minecraft.net and is not normally ran at the same time on a single computer. It is possible however, to copy your 'World' data files previously created within a Minecraft Server into your Bukkit folders to continue use of your previous game. As always, backup your data and configuration prior to migrating to Bukkit.
- 1. Get CraftBukkit's latest recommended build: CraftBukkit - Where can I get it?
- 2. Put the .jar file in the directory you'd like the server to run from
- 3. Open a text editor such as Notepad and type:
- 4. Save the document as run.bat (not as a .txt) in the same directory as craftbukkit.jar.
- Note: With some programs such as Notepad, it may try saving as run.bat.txt. When saving to a file name, put the name in quotes: "run.bat"
- 5. Double click run.bat and you're away!
- 6. To shut down, issue the "stop" command in console.
- If you see "'Java' is not recognized as an internal or external command, operable program or batch file." then you need to reinstall Java. Still get this error? Follow this guide to adding Java to your system path.
- 1. Get CraftBukkit's latest build: CraftBukkit - Where can I get it?
- 2. Put the .jar in a folder, for this example we'll use a generic one: ~/craftbukkit
- 3. Move to the above directory in terminal with 'cd ~/craftbukkit'
- 4. Create a new file in the minecraft folder and name it craftbukkit.sh
- 5. Edit the file and paste this into it:
- 6. Make the file executable, either by running "chmod +x ~/craftbukkit/craftbukkit.sh" in a terminal, or by changing the permissions in the file's properties.
- 7. Then, in terminal, type '~/craftbukkit/craftbukkit.sh' to run to start the server.
- 8. When you're done playing around, issue the "stop" command in console.
If you plan to run the server more permanently an init script like this one (recommended) 
If you want to run your server with screen, you can use a script like this one (recommended) ABM
Mac OS X
- Install Java
- Since OS X 10.7 Java does not come packaged with OS X. You will need to install java from the Apple's website http://support.apple.com/kb/DL1421
- Obtaining the Server Files
- To run a server you will need the server jars, i.e. the server files. We will need a place to put the files.
- Create a New Folder
- Open up finder, and create a new folder in your Home folder named CraftBukkit
- Download the File
- Download the server files. You can download the latest builds from the front page of the wiki.
- Note: Download the stable build if you are not chasing the cutting edge in the development build
- Move the File
- Move the file from the Downloads folder to the CraftBukkit folder you created.
- Obtaining startup script
- To easily start the server you will need a startup script. The following is a basic server script to start your server.
- Open up TextEdit set it to plain text mode under format and paste the following in #!/bin/bash cd "$( dirname "$0" )" java -Xmx1024M -jar craftbukkit.jar -o true
- Save the file
- Save it in your CraftBukkit folder as start_server.command
- Allow the script to run
- Open up Terminal.app
- Type into Terminal.app
- chmod a+x
Warning: Do not hit return
- drag the start_server.command into Terminal.app
- hit return
- Starting the server
- From this point on you can start the server by double-clicking start_server.command.
- You will need to run the server once for it to generate some configuration files.
Warning: To stop the server, do not close the terminal/command prompt window. Instead, type 'stop' into the console. Closing the terminal window without stopping the server could lead to corruption of the save files.
ALTERNATE METHOD [Only for Advanced Users]:
Open Terminal (Found in Application/Utilities) and paste:
The server is installed on your Desktop, in "Bukkit Server". To start it double click "LaunchServer.command".
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Introduction: Minecraft Bukkit Server
This is an Instructable designed to show you how to set up a Minecraft Bukkit server. CraftBukkit differs from the server program you download from minecraft.net in that it is expandable. Instead of being limited to standard gameplay and commands, you are able to modify a ton of aspects on how the game behaves. For example, in regular Minecraft multiplayer, you can't lock chests. If you download Bukkit and install the "Lockette" plugin, you can lock chests that only you can open. So enugh of the blabber. Let's get it done!
Step 1: Download CraftBukkit
CraftBukkit is the backbone of the Minecraft server. It will run the server, and also load the plugins you install. You can download the latest version of CraftBukkit at http://dl.bukkit.org/ They are usually a bit delayed for releasing CraftBukkit for the latest version of Minecraft, but you can often find Beta builds to suit your needs. You will download the "craftbukkit.jar" file, and once it's downloaded, you have to put it in its own folder; it creates files and folders that it needs when you run it.
Step 2: Running CraftBukkit
You will now need to run CraftBukkit.jar to generate the files needed by the server. This is a bit complicated, but don't worry; we can get through it! Okay, first off, we need to rename the .jar file to "craftbukkit.jar". When you download it, it will hve the version name in the filename; we don't need that.
Regrdless of your OS, you will need to make sure that Java is installed. Go to http:/java.com/ to download it.
WINDOWS: First, we need to create a batch file to run the .jar file and to allocate memory for it to run. To do this, create a new text file in the folder that contains "CraftBukkit.jar". Then, open it in Notepad, WordPad, Notepad++, or your favorite text editor. Type the following into the text file:
java -Xms1024M -Xmx1024M -jar craftbukkit.jar -o true
The "java -Xms1024M -Xmx 1024M" is telling the computer to allocate 1024 MB (1 GB) of RAM Memory to run the server.
The "-jar craftbukkit.jar -o true" is telling the computer to run craftbukkit.jar under Java with the above amount of memory.
The "PAUSE" is to tell the computer to not do anything else after the server has been launched, so you can see how it's running.
Go to File>Save As. Then make sure you choose "All Files" under "Save as file type". Name it "run.bat", making sure that you add the .bat to the end. You can run the server by double clicking on "run.bat"
MAC OS: First off, open up TextEdit, and type this in:
cd "$( dirname "$0" )"
java -Xms1024M -Xmx1024M -jar craftbukkit.jar -o true
It is doing basically the same thing as in the Windows file.
After that, you will save the file as "start_server.command". After it is saved, open "Terminal.app" and type "chmod a+x". Do not press enter after you type it. Drag "start_server.command" into Terminal.app, then hit enter. After that, you can run the server by double clicking on "start_server.command".
Open a terminal windows and go to the directory where you put "craftbukkit.jar". Use the "cd ~/[foldername]" command to do that.
Create a new file in the server folder and name it "craftbukkit.sh". Edit the file and put this into it:
BINDIR=$(dirname "$(readlink -fn "$0")")
java -Xms1024M -Xmx1024M -jar craftbukkit.jar -o true
Again, it's doing pretty much the same thing as in Windows and Mac. Run the command "chmod +x ~/craftbukkit/craftbukkit.sh" to make the file executable. To start the server, open a terminal window and type: "~/[foldername]/craftbukkit.sh"
Step 3: Install Plugins
In order to take full advantage of your new Bukkit server, you will need to download and install plugins. You can find them at http://plugins.bukkit.org/
Some useful plugins are:
Lockette - Lets you lock chests
Essentials - Adds a ton of commands.
DynMap - Lets you see a map of the world in an internet browser.
WorldGuard - Lets you claim areas of land.
To install plugins, download them from the above web address. They come as .jar files. Under your server folder, there should be a folder named "plugins". Put the .jar file into the "plugins" folder. Reload or restart the server.
Step 4: Port Forwarding
If you want your server to be accessible over the Internet, you will need to port forward. What that means, is that when you try to connect to your server from somewhere else, the router will take that connection, and direct it to the server computer. Go to your router's configuration page. you can get to it from your internet browser. I'll list some of the more common addresses for the configuration page
It depends on your router as to where the Port Forwarding configuration can be found. Once you are there, you will want to forward port 25565 to the server computer's IP address. Set the protocol to Both UDP and TCP. Aplpy the changes
To connect to your server over the internet, you will use the external ip address of where the server computer is. To find this, get on your server computer and Google "external ip". You will see it near the top of the page. If you are connecting to the server using another computer in your house, you will use the internal ip of the server computer.
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