Talk:Tutorials/Setting up a server
|Please do not ask for help regarding setting up a server here. This discussion page is for issues regarding the wiki. If you are having problems setting up a server, ask for help at the Minecraft Forums|
 A stronger mention of custom servers
Added --ⓜⓐⓣⓣⓗⓔⓦⓒⓒⓐⓡⓣⓔⓡ 14:04, 25 August 2013 (UTC)
I think that this page should be edit-protected, as someone could plant misinformation to wreck your computer here. Mokiki 02:01, 6 September 2013 (UTC)
- Only registered users can edit the page, I don't see a need for that, either. ExtremeHeat11 (talk) 00:14, 22 November 2013 (UTC)
What about the server .exe? --188.8.131.52 23:54, 17 October 2013 (UTC)
 How to post a world file on a server
Seriously, I made a supercool world in the idea I could post it, but I can't figure out how.
Most of the things mentioned in the article are still valid, for the most part, however, some parts are not. Specifically, the FAQs are old, and don't apply with the latest version of the game, and it seems that there's really no need for them to be there any more either. It's also a bad idea using manual Java PATHs on Windows, as it should work with just "java" and also works reguardless of whether they are using 32bit/64bit/different-installation-paths. ExtremeHeat11 (talk) 00:24, 22 November 2013 (UTC)
 Linux Tutorial Needs Editing for clarity
I managed to install a minecraft server on my ubuntu OS but only after I realized the errors I had made while reading the guide. Specifically the part about starting the server. Something should be said about the specifics of the terminal commands like whether or not to include nogui because I rather like a gui. There's also the matter of the wording the guide uses when it says substitute the words "minecraft server." On a side note I'd say that noob linux users like myself should be reminded that they should type the whole name of the .jar file ie. Minecraftserver.1.7.4.jar.