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Fellowsman2

Minecraft Server

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u can get a linux server and download the .jar file and downloading the neccesary packages and starting the server 

get atleast 1gb (for server that has 10 players of less)and dont give the java file all your ram because it might crash that way also if u want to add plugins remember that plugins use alot of ram

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I used an app called TTServer Maker and it makes easy work of setting up a Minecraft server.

 

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Depending on what you want to do it's fairly simple. If you just want to make a server for you and your friends it's incredibly simple. There are many YouTube tutorials online that are easy to follow, but if you'd prefer to have one typed out here I'd be more than happy to do that.

As far as computer specs go, you don't need much to run a server if it's just vanilla and only a few friends (5 or less) are joining. If fact, even the Minecraft Wiki doesn't specify a minimum CPU spec for Windows servers. As long as it has a core it can run a small Minecraft server.

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