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All the guides to help you setup your minecraft server
How to Op Yourself on your Minecraft Server
Learn how to Op yourself on your Minecraft Server.
How to Allow Cracked Players to Join your Server
How to Allow Cracked Players to Join your Server Go to your Skynode panel page: https://panel.skynode.pro Navigate to the Configuration tab on the left hand side of your server's settings. Right under the tab, you will see the server.properties button. Once there, scroll down until you see online mode - It will be located on the bottom right of the page.
What are Dedicated IPs
What are Dedicated IP's A Dedicated IP means your server uses the default port for Minecraft (25565) This means you do not need to include the port at the end of the IP when connecting. The only change with a Dedicated IP is the server address entered when connecting to your server. For Example: no.dedicated.ip:12345 / yes.dedicated.ip We offer Dedicated IPs for $3 per month as an add-on to all services - simply click Yes for a Dedicated IP in
How To Create a Free Minecraft Java Server
How to Create A Free Minecraft Java Server First register your account here: https://panel.skynode.pro/auth/register Check your email to verify and finish finish the competition of your account. Example: On the Skynode game panel click the button Claim a Free Server
How to setup Tebex/Buycraft
How to setup your Tebex / Buycraft Store Tebex, formerly known as Buycraft, is the primary webstore application used across thousands of servers to make money by selling various in-game perks such as donator ranks or cosmetic items. This guide will show you how to get your server set up with Tebex and start monetizing your server. Getting Started Go to the official Tebex website: https://www.tebex.io To start, go ahead and enter your email address in the box and click `CREATE MY WE
Changing View Distance on Your Minecraft Server
Changing View Distance on Your Minecraft Server View Distance is a configuration option for Minecraft servers that sets the number of chunks that are visible on all directions around a player. The View Distance option is one of the many ways to reduce lag for your server so it runs more smoothly and properly for you and your players. This option can be found in the server.properties file located in the files tab of your Skynode server. Go to your Skynode panel page: https://panel.skyno
How to upgrade from Minecraft 1.15.x to 1.16.x
Upgrade server version The new Nether Update is out and this is how you can go ahead and update your server from 1.15 to 1.16! This is only for Vanilla server there is no plugin support for 1.16 yet! Step 1: Stop your current Minecraft server. Step 2: Delete the current server.jar in the Files section of the server. Step 3: For Spigot/ bukkit servers delete the file world_nether if you just want to res
How to upload a custom world
How to upload a custom world STEP 1: Download the world you want and save it somewhere accessible. STEP 2: Make sure the world is in a ZIP archive. This can be done by using a program such as WinRar. When zipping it do not zip all the files inside, zip the folder or it will not work. If you do not want to zip the file, there is an alternative. You can upload it using SFTP.
Installing Forge STEP 1: Download the forge Installer for the version of forge you would like. STEP 2: Create a folder called "Server" on your desktop. STEP 3: Run the installer you downloaded and select "Install Server". Press the 3 dots at the bottom of the installer and find the folder you created on your desktop. Then, select open.
Setting up a domain
Setting up a domain There will be 2 parts to this tutorial, first setting up the main domain and then adding subdomains so play.skynode.pro
Diagnosing Issues Today we will be learning how to diagnose issues with your server. This is meant for Spigot/Bukkit servers so please do not use this guide for modded servers, there will be a separate guide for that. This guide will specifically cover: Plugin Issues Server Lagging Server Crashing Server Lagging To begin with, we will start with your server lagging. Spigot is very good with diagnosing lag issues as there is a built-in thing known as timings. This will show you exa
How to set your server icon
How to set your server icon Step 1: First of all you'll need an image the size of 64x64 pixels. This will be the image that shows before your server in the server list.
Setting a custom resource pack
Setting a custom resource pack Step 1: Find the resource pack you would like to download for users on your server. Step 2: When you are on a resource pack site find the button that activates the download, right click it and select "Copy Link Address". Step 3: Login to your panel and select the server you want your resource pack to be installed for. Step 4: Go to 'File Management' in the sidebar, and open the file named 'server.properties' Step 5: Find the line that say
How to install a modpack
Installing a modpack Step 1: First of all you need to download the server pack from any given mod client like Twitch, FTB, Tekkit or Curse. Step 2: Once you have the server pack downloaded from the given client locate the file. If you have a start.bat or install.bat file or anything named similair to this make sure to run these first. If you do not have these proceed to step 3. **Ste
Installing a Magma jar file
Installing a Magma jar file Step 1: head to https://github.com/magmafoundation/Magma/releases to download the latest server.jar released jar file(save it as "server.jar").
How to optimize your Minecraft server
Video explaining how you can optimize your minecraft server to run better and faster.
How to use server whitelists
Video explaining how to use server whitelists as well as the plugin AuthMe for offline servers.
How to use RCON (Remote Console)
Video explaining how you can use RCON to allow you to setup a remote connection to your console.
Setting a server MOTD
Video explaining how you can setup your server MOTD. This stands for Message of the Day, and is the text shown under the name on the multiplayer page.