So, having given up my Shockbyte server earlier this month and moved our Minecraft world to a local single player instance, I have now created our own local Minecraft server using AMP (Application Management Panel) from CubeCoders.
Here’s how I did it…
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Over the last year, my children and I have been enjoying playing together on a 6GB Minecraft server from Shockbyte.
The service has been superb from Shockbyte, the interface is clear and being able to connect to the server via FTP has been very helpful.
But over the last few months, I have been the only one playing on the server while my children have either been working on their own single player worlds or servers run by their friends.
So, I have decided to shut down our server and move the world from the online server to a local single player game. This is how to do it…
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