How to Run Minecraft with a Native Server
When you want to run a game on Windows Server 2012, Minecraft is an obvious choice.
But what if you don’t want to spend your weekends sitting in front of your computer and waiting for it to start?
That’s where NativeServer comes in.
NativeServer is a Linux-based Linux server, so you can install it on Windows and run it on Linux too.
Here’s how to do it.
Native Server Linux Setup and Install¶ First, you’ll need to install a Linux distribution.
Linux distros can be found on Amazon, eBay, and other online retailers.
If you’re in the U.S., you can also buy them from Amazon, Walmart, and Best Buy.
Native server is a package for Debian GNU/Linux.
Debian GNU is one of the Linux distributions that’s often installed in schools, but you can use it for your own home or office.
You can use Debian GNU to run any version of Minecraft on Linux.
If your computer is older than Windows Server 2008, you can’t run Minecraft.
You’ll need Windows 7 or Windows 8.1 to run Minecraft with Native Server.
If that’s not possible for you, you will need to use the official Minecraft client, which is free for Windows and OS X users.
If it’s not yet available, you may also need to buy a Linux server license.
Linux Server Installation¶ To install the server, you must first install a server package for Linux.
You need to have a Debian GNU Linux distribution installed.
There are also some other Linux distro options for Linux server install, like the Arch Linux or Fedora Linux distributions.
To install a Debian Linux server package, go to the Debian website and search for Server.
Then, select your Linux distribution from the list.
The next screen asks for the name of the server package you want.
You should choose a Linux Server installer.
When you click Next, you’re asked for a Linux version number, which you can choose either Ubuntu 12.04 or Ubuntu 13.04.
The server is now installed.
You’re now ready to install Minecraft on it.
You will also need an Internet connection to install it.
After you install Minecraft, you should see a list of server versions.
You may have to select a server version that you like.
For example, if you like Ubuntu 12 and you want Minecraft to work on Linux, you would click on the Ubuntu 12 server package.
If not, you could choose any of the available Ubuntu 12 servers.
Then you can click Next.
You now have to choose a language to run your server in.
If the server is in the Windows category, you might want to use Microsoft Windows.
For instance, you probably want to install Ubuntu 13 and install Minecraft in English.
Next, click Next to install the Minecraft server.
You have to configure it.
Once the server has been configured, you just need to click Next again to start it.
If everything went well, the server should now be running.
You just need a network connection to run the server.
When the server starts up, you have to set up your Minecraft world.
Here are the steps to configure the Minecraft world for a Minecraft server: Open a command prompt or terminal and navigate to the folder where you have installed Minecraft.
Select the server folder.
In the command prompt, type the following commands: cd /Users/joey/Desktop/minecraft/server Install Minecraft.mksi Install Minecraft-core.mbs In the next step, you are going to select the language to use for Minecraft.
If Windows users choose English, the Minecraft game should run in English, but if Windows users chose German or Japanese, the game should work in German.
Then follow the same procedure for Windows users.
After that, you need to configure Minecraft’s networking settings.
You don’t need to worry about Minecraft’s DNS setting, but the server will need a static IP address.
If Minecraft is running on your network, you’d probably want it to use a static network IP address, which will make it harder to detect if someone is trying to access your server.
Here is how you configure Minecraft to use your static IP: [Server] Address=192.168.0.2:255.255.0:10.0 Type=Static Add the static IP to your network settings: ncp ncp-lan-ip static.static.static You’ll be prompted to create a static DNS record for your server on the DNS servers.
If a server name already exists on the network, it won’t be recognized.
Here, you type in your server’s name and click Next: [Configure Minecraft] Name=minecraft Set your Minecraft server’s IP address to your static DNS server’s address: ncs-192.172.0,10.10.192 Type=Manage IP Add the Minecraft client to your configuration file.
It’s not necessary to have the Minecraft installer installed for this step.
[Configures Minecraft] Options=JavaVersion