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Discussion in 'BungeeCord Discussion' started by fdsfd, Apr 17, 2019 at 12:45 AM.
The title says it all. I don't understand step 4.
4. Create a new startup script to launch the the JAR:
You need to create a start(.bat for windows, .sh for linux) file with the contents specified in the wiki.
How do I create a bash?
You create it by saving a file as start.cmd using notepad. (Disable the option that auto-adds .txt to the end)
bungee cord is dificult u should use paper spigot its gooder than spigot
What? Bungeecord does a different thing than PaperSpigot.
And also, it isn't 100% better than spigot.
As for the OP, You need to create a bat file.
Here is an example:
Create a new .txt file inside your Bungeecord folder.
Copy this into it and replace stuff as you want.
(Note: the @ and echo shouldn't have a space between them, I put one to not @ someone on the site.
remove the space between them, or you can just remove echo off since it is not required)
@ echo off
java -Xms512M -Xmx512M -jar BungeeCord.jar
Save the txt.
Rename the txt and change the txt part to bat.
If you can't, follow this guide I just found online and try again.
If a warning pops up, just click yes.
And now, when you open the bat file, it should start Bungeecord!
You can stop it if you type "end".
get it right
i would hate to discourage you, but it appears you could be a little inexperienced; perhaps a Bungee network is a bit above your expertise for now. start with figuring out spigot a bit more in depth and then play around with integrating Bungee.
otherwise you just launch the .jar as you would any other server, for example, using a start.bat or start.sh, depending if you're windows or unix respectively.
if multicraft, you may need to setup a "custom jar". your host should be able to help if you can't figure that part out.
make sure you follow the firewall guide and/or prevent players joining the servers using a plugin (at the very least)
What do you mean by "what say"?
U can also write java -jar JAR_NAME.jar through terminal to run BungeeCord
You should be adding minimum & maximum memory parameters.
If you wish so, you can add these parameters.
But still, you can start bungee with java -jar jar_name.jar:
It is possible, yes, but you shouldn't do it.
Just as a side note, if you don't understand the tutorial, how do you plan to make a network using said BungeeCord.
If you can't get a start script with the information clearly there, it would be interesting to see the Spigot side of things.
I think that this thread has just about been exhuasted.
Should have been a 'start.bat' for Windows and 'start.sh' for Linux (without complicating matters).