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    How to Install Minecraft Server onto Mac mini

    There are many places a person can go to rent a temporary Minecraft server — but in renting a server your often face the following:

    • A companies limited hours of support/access
    • Limitations to which mods and server configurations available
    • Shared server resources (often, you’re just renting a virtual machine not a TRUE dedicated server!)
    • Difficulty with access to IP due to NAT, as well as limited/restricted port options
    • Throttled bandwidth for client connections

    By using MacStadium to host your owned/rented Mac Mini you gain the following options:

    • Dedicated Servers starting at $50/month with no contracts!
    • 24/7/365 access to your Minecraft servers for tweaks/adjustments/etc
    • Absolutely NO limits and restrictions to the mods/server configs you desire to run
    • Public IP address and no port blocking
    • Full 100mb/s access to the internet with NO throttling
    • A 100% dedicated server of your very own to host AS MANY Minecraft servers as you please
    • The option to even rent to your friends/customers a private/dedicated Minecraft server off your machine
    • The ability to use your Mac Mini as a Minecraft server, web server, FTP, voice chat, remote database(s) and  a seemingly endless list of other applications!
    • Excellent customer support (24/7 available!) from the MacStadium support team via our unique ticketing system and Live Chat opportunities

    Installing a Minecraft server on a Mac is slightly more involved than on a Windows machine as there is no available executable installer. However, the process is very simple when following our step-by-step guided video below!

     

    Watch our step-by-step walk-through on installing and configuring your Minecraft server on your Remote MacStadium Mac Mini!

    There are hundreds if not thousands of great resources online to gain more information and ideas for your Minecraft servers. Several great options are the following links:


    Support/Forums/How-Tos:
    Server Mods/Configurations:
    -Chris

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    1. [...] or so, going through a few different ways to make use of a connected mini for yourself. You could install a remote Minecraft server on it, for example, creating a world that you and your friends can log into anytime. Or you could set up [...]

    2. [...] or so, going through a few different ways to make use of a connected mini for yourself. You could install a remote Minecraft server on it, for example, creating a world that you and your friends can log into anytime. Or you could set up [...]

    3. [...] or so, going through a few different ways to make use of a connected mini for yourself. You could install a remote Minecraft server on it, for example, creating a world that you and your friends can log into anytime. Or you could set up [...]

    4. [...] or so, going through a few different ways to make use of a connected mini for yourself. You could install a remote Minecraft server on it, for example, creating a world that you and your friends can log into anytime. Or you could set up [...]

    5. [...] or so, going through a few different ways to make use of a connected mini for yourself. You could install a remote Minecraft server on it, for example, creating a world that you and your friends can log into anytime. Or you could set up [...]

    6. [...] or so, going through a few different ways to make use of a connected mini for yourself. You could install a remote Minecraft server on it, for example, creating a world that you and your friends can log into anytime. Or you could set up [...]

      • Cennet says:

        Thank you so very much for the tutorial. I’ve been deliang with lag from minecraft ever sence I started playing, and I could never use texture packs because it would nearly crash my computer, but now I can. Thank you so very much. I will be looking for more of your videos from now on.

    7. [...] or so, going through a few different ways to make use of a connected mini for yourself. You could install a remote Minecraft server on it, for example, creating a world that you and your friends can log into anytime. Or you could set up [...]

      • Fatma says:

        I Paul, my name is Re9mi and I’m from France. I’ve been watching your ttairoul videos from the beginning. Thanks for showing me Minecraft, the french LP’s are crap, they don’t explain anything.I wanted to know if I could be part of your cosy server.

    8. [...] or so, going through a few different ways to make use of a connected mini for yourself. You could install a remote Minecraft server on it, for example, creating a world that you and your friends can log into anytime. Or you could set up [...]

    9. [...] of a connected mini for yourself. You could install a remote Minecraft server on it, for example, creating a world that you [...]

    10. [...] or so, going through a few different ways to make use of a connected mini for yourself. You could install a remote Minecraft server on it, for example, creating a world that you and your friends can log into anytime. Or you could set up [...]

    11. [...] or so, going through a few different ways to make use of a connected mini for yourself. You could install a remote Minecraft server on it, for example, creating a world that you and your friends can log into anytime. Or you could set up [...]

    12. [...] or so, going through a few different ways to make use of a connected mini for yourself. You could install a remote Minecraft server on it, for example, creating a world that you and your friends can log into anytime. Or you could set up [...]

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