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i was sitting arround and I decided to I wanted to run a Minecraft Dedicated server for my friends and I. I read some tutorials , but im totally lost on how to do it, the PC on ganna use has a Fresh installl of windows 7 on it so its go nothin on it, could someone gimme a hand? maybe explain a tutorial Better? one of them mentioned using Putty , but i dont know how to set it up..
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go to the website and download the server.jar thing. then use a batch file to launch it using the commands to setup the memory usage, and the nogui part too. If you launch the jar file it will tell you how to launch it, just use that in a batch file.
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go to the website and download the server.jar thing. then use a batch file to launch it using the commands to setup the memory usage, and the nogui part too. If you launch the jar file it will tell you how to launch it, just use that in a batch file.
Yea, other than downloading it, no idea how to use a batch file to launch it.
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You have to use the batch file to launch it so that it doesn't use a GUI and allows the software to access more memory.

PM me your email and I will send you the folder with everything in it.
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