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Installing A Pack

This Tutorial Will show every step there is to setting up a pack on your server, from Connecting to Uploading and more.

 

So to start, let's go to our Multicraft Control Panel which you should know how to get to, if not go back and read the email, we sent it for a reason.

 

Here we have our Control Panel:

The Control Panel
Next, we want to load up Filezilla and Connect to our server: (You can download Filezilla here: https://filezilla-project.org/download.php?type=client)
Here our login info is found on the Files -> FTP File Access page

Host: 192.99.47.148
Username: OwnageHostingMichael.57
Password: ****** (It's the same password as your Multicraft Control Panel)
Port: 21 (Don't have to add it, 21 is the default)

Filezilla and our Pack
You will also see our Example Pack here, which has 3 folders; A jar folder to hold the server jar and it's dependincies, a mods folder to hold all of the mods, and a configs folder to hold the mods configs.
Here we can take a closer look inside the folders, so you know exactly what they should look like.

Inside the Pack

 

So first thing we want to do is rename the server jar, for simplicity, lets call it "custom" 

Renamed the Server Jar

Easy stuff, but really important and easy to forget!
Now Lets Upload it all!


Drag and Drop

and wait for it to upload (it can be slow, just have patience)

Done Uploading!



Now we need to tell the Multicraft Control Panel what jar to run by selecting Custom

Select Custom

Then start the server.
But this was a 1.7.10 pack, so we need to accept the Minecraft EULA!

Woops, forgot the EULA
 
Now that the server has run once, the EULA should have been generated, lets go to the configs and Accept it, then try again!
(Guide to Accepting the EULA: http://ownagehosting.com/billing/knowledgebase.php?action=displayarticle&id=14)
 
Now our server is running Forge 1.7.10, with our mods!!!!
All Done!
 
Now we can launch our Minecraft Clients with the same mods installed, and connect!
 
If you have any issues, feel free to contact support by making a Support Ticket in your Client Area.
 
 

 

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