This article explains how to build your own Minecraft server, using the same code base that you use to run Minecraft on your desktop.
You will need to have an internet connection and a few hours to set up your Minecraft server.
This tutorial is designed for experienced Minecraft players, and you may want to take some time to learn how to set it up before diving in.
The Minecraft server is built around the Minecraft Forge.
MinecraftForge is a Minecraft client application.
It is a Java library that allows you to control Minecraft server software and data.
This Minecraft server includes all the software required to run a Minecraft game.
You can run it on a Raspberry Pi, Raspberry Pi 2, or a Linux or Windows PC.
MinecraftServer is available for download at the following URL: http://www.rockstargames.com/games/minecraft/server/download/server.zip The MinecraftServer file is divided into two files: server.properties and server.json.
The server.xml file contains the Minecraft server configuration.
You should also make sure that you have Java installed.
For this tutorial, we are using the version of Java that is included with Java 7.
JavaServer class is a subclass of JavaServer.
The JavaServer object has the following methods: SetLocalVersion() Sets the version number of Java to use in your Minecraft servers.
The default version is 7u14.
GetVersion() Returns the Java version of the MinecraftServer instance.
GetString() Returns a string representation of the JavaServer instance instance.
Logger) Sets the logger that is used to log information to the server.
Timeout) Sets how long to wait for Minecraft to finish processing before sending an error message.
GetServer() Returns an instance of the server object.
GetClient() Returns one or more clients to connect to the Minecraft Server.
SetConnectionTimeout(int) Sets a timeout that is in milliseconds to wait before connecting to the connection.
GetMinecraftServer() Return the Minecraft MinecraftServer object.
If you are running on Windows, this method returns null.
If it returns null, then MinecraftServer will not be available for you to connect with.
GetJavaServer() returns the Java MinecraftServer instances.
If the Java server is available on Windows and JavaServer is not available on the server, this returns null instead.
You also need to know the server version number.
The Server.version method returns the current version number for JavaServer and JavaClient.
GetJSON() Returns JSON representation of MinecraftServer and the MinecraftClient object.
This method returns a JSON object with the server name, server version, and Java version information.
GetLogger() Returns information about the MinecraftLogger.
GetTime() Returns time in milliseconds for the connection to complete.
GetStatus() Returns status of the connection, including the connection timeout.
GetError() Returns error information.