Hello, I am wondering how to set up a startup script for my server. I know a bit of bash but obviously not enough. Currently, I run my server in a screen for easy access from SSH. Here is the script to start the screen and the server, called "run-screen-spigot": Code (Text): #!/bin/bash screen -m -d -S minecraft ./run-spigot And here is "run-spigot", my startup script: Code (Text): #!/bin/bash java -Xmx1024M -Xms1024M -jar spigot.jar Neither are ".sh" files (unneeded) but both scripts have execute permissions. I tried pointing Spigot to "run-screen-spigot" but nothing happened. A screen wasn't generated and the server did not start. My question is: How would I set up a restart script to use Spigot's /restart command with my current setup? (Shutting down the server and then starting it inside of a screen again). I'm not really a fan of those scripts that never allow you to shutdown the server without doing Ctrl-C and I would like to be able to choose between /stop and /restart if possible. Thanks.