• Andy says:

    Sorry but this is honestly the worst way to set up a minecraft server

    • geekguy8 says:

      The video was made for absolute beginners so they could run a vanilla Minecraft server, if he wanted to, he could’ve taught how to use Bukkit or Canary/hmod.

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  • steve says:

    i cant access my server and how do u port forward if u have a router

  • jonstar7 says:

    Are you going to list th eip for your server (if you have one) ZOMBIE!!!

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  • Gr72 says:

    Thanks, but don’t you have to buy the game in order to actually play it. So a copy would be obsolete wouldn’t it be? any way, I’ve played Minecraft and it is beast. also, thank you for all of your videos, they have helped me learn loads of things. Thank You!!

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    then type
    ipconfig/all
    find your default getaway ip and type it to your browser from here you iil find how to port forward is your isp page

  • Joshua says:

    Hi,
    Love the new website design. But on this page here (Minecraft Server) the video is about print servers!!! Thought i might just let you know. Keep up the good work

  • karl johan says:

    I play lots of minecraft and I like games like this

  • himasterthewolf says:

    What do you do AFTER you edited everything? And if you leave the white list blank, what will happen?

    • geekguy8 says:

      The whitelist is a function if you want your server to be private. If you want to, add names of people you want to play in the .txt file and enable whitelisting in server.properties, the console, or in-game. :)

  • John says:

    So to start – I am a mac user and also a minecraft fan. As I wanted to setup a minecraft server on mac I just couldn’t find a proper info on the subject. Until I came upon this site: http://minsrv.com – clearly writen, with some print screens – all neat and understandable :)

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  • MARTIN says:

    Guys minecraft updates once in a month so if u run a server u need to update it:) Which is impossible and if you want to run a big server u need lot of RAM!!! :))) :D

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  • Kevin says:

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    There is no video there.

  • Anbla says:

    how do you make the green window? and how do you get the ip??

  • King Telasword says:

    @MARTIN, RAM? Hmph…wouldn’t be a problem for CaptainSparklez on Youtube. He’s got…like 24 GB of RAM and 2 TB of HDD space.

    @yogi, You can’t. You’ll have to wait for someone to find out how to. For now, just play the game on your PS3.

  • Cman85234 says:

    Hi tinkernut im one of your subscribers on youtube and i had a few questions about the minecraft servers. My parents wont let me have a server because it uses their ip address. i need to register my domain name for my website and be able to host it ( learned from your video) is their any way to make the server run through my website when i get it running.

    Thanks
    Caleb