How to get your Minecraft server up and running on the Internet using an IRC bot
The following instructions apply to any server software running on a server using IRC, such as a Minecraft server or Minecraft server software.
If your server software is running on an IRC client or a chat server, follow the instructions in the following section instead of following these instructions.
Install Minecraft server and Minecraft client software on a Windows PC.
You can get Minecraft server running by downloading the Minecraft client from the Minecraft website, or you can install it by downloading Minecraft server for Windows and then installing it.
If you are using the Minecraft server client, you can download it from here.
You’ll also need the Minecraft Server for Windows update package (also available for Mac and Linux).
If you’re using a chat client, install it as follows: Open Minecraft client Select the “Applications” menu Select “Services” Choose “Minecraft server software” Choose the “Update” tab Click “Apply” Once the update is applied, you should now be able to access your server by going to the “Server” tab on the Minecraft console.
If the Minecraft chat client is not running, you’ll need to open the Minecraft window in a different tab and type “Minecraft chat client” into the chatbox to run the Minecraft servers.
Install server software on an Android phone or tablet.
To get Minecraft running on your Android phone, follow these instructions: Open the Minecraft launcher (or the Minecraft Console) Go to “Settings” Scroll down to “About” Tap on “About This Computer” Tap “Settings…”
Scroll down again to “System” Tap the “System Configuration” tab Tap the “+” button Tap “Add” Once you add the server software, go to the settings screen, and then tap “Connect” When you are done with the connection, you will be able open the server from the browser, as described in the section below on how to get Minecraft to run on an iOS device.
Install IRC software on your Linux PC.
Open the IRC client (or a chat application) Go into the IRC app Select the chat app, and tap “Add to favorites” Once it’s added, you may see a “Favorite IRC” menu option at the bottom of the chat window.
If it’s not there, tap “Send to…” on the menu option and then enter your IRC username.
If this is the first time you’ve opened up the IRC software, you might need to restart the server by clicking the “Restart Server” button in the settings window.
Once the server is running, go into the settings page and then “Advanced” to change the “Client Port” to the port you want to connect to the IRC server.
If everything is working properly, you now have a working IRC server running on Linux.
If not, restart the IRC service and try again.
Install chat software on the Android phone.
Open up the Android launcher (and the Minecraft Launcher) Go in the Settings menu Scroll down and tap on “More” Tap at least one of the “Options” sections (you’ll need it to be visible in the Minecraft application) Choose “Chat” Tap in the menu bar, and select the “IRC” tab.
Tap “Start Chat” to start chatting with another player.
Once you are connected to another player, go back to the chat screen, press the “Connect to IRC” button and then type “IRC Server Software” in the chat box.
When you’re done with that, you need to go back into the Settings page and tap the “Chat Software” tab again.
Install the Minecraft software on Windows.
Open a command prompt on your computer (or if you’re a developer, a command line prompt if you don’t have a command-line prompt) Type “C:\Program Files (x86)\Minecraft\minecraft” and then hit Enter.
Type “c:\program files (x64)\minecraft\minecraft.exe” and hit Enter again.
You should see a prompt like this: [C:\Users\[username]\AppData\Roaming\Minecraft\ Minecraft\minecraft]\bin\minecraft This will take you to the Minecraft directory.
In here, you’re going to find the Minecraft executable file for the Minecraft program.
You’re going do this by typing the full path to the file, including all the trailing slash characters.
For example, if you want the Minecraft install to install to C:\Program files\Minecraft, type “C:\\Program Files\\Minecraft\\minecraft.app\\minecraft” (without the quotes).
You’ll then see the Minecraft app installed.
If things are not working properly and you see this prompt, you have two options.
First, try downloading the latest Minecraft client update package for Windows, or the Minecraft Client for Mac, and run it.
This will install Minecraft client and Minecraft server in your Minecraft application.
If all goes well, you don’s have to reboot your Minecraft console every now and