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When creating the Minecraft server, there are plenty of possibilities. This guide covers how to create an Survival Multiplayer Server with no mods. We will be adding more guides to help you set up a server that has mods in the future. Create a Vanilla Survival Multiplayer Server (MSP) Follow these steps and you'll have a public Minecraft Java server up in no time. 1. Download and install Java Oracle offers the most recent Java version to download. 2. Download the offical Minecraft Server This is's download page. 3. Create a folder for your minecraft server The folder can be named and positioned anywhere you'd like. I suggest creating something simple and easy to locate. I like calling the folder minecraft-server and placing it in my home/User folder. 4. Install your minecraft server folder Transfer the server.jar file you downloaded to your minecraft folder On Windows Create the file run.bat. Windows Create a batch file (.bat). On MacOS / Linux: create a new file named Edit the file you just created and set the text to be 5. Generate your server and accept the EULA Let's get started with the server now that you have your run file. Windows Double-click your run.bat folder On MacOS / Linux you can open the terminal to your Minecraft server folder, and run bash ./ The command line should display some logs, and your Minecraft server folder will be filled with new files and folders. Open the file eual.txt and replace eula=false with eula=true. 6. Connect to your server by running the following command Once you have been approved by the eula, you can restart your server. Then launch Minecraft and connect using Make sure your server is working If you're unable to connect. If everything is fine and you're unsure of the reason you aren't able to connect and you're not sure why, you can seek assistance on our discord. 7. Make your server public You can now connect to your server locally. Now let's make it public so friends can join. What’s The Worst That Could Happen Visit the interactive guide.