Video Tutorial

If you are having issues with the tutorial. This video made by me can help!

Text Tutorial

If you are having issues with the video tutorial. Maybe below can assist you!

Step 1

Login to your Multicraft Panel.

Step 2

 On the left side of the server screen, select Files > FTP File Access.

Step 3

Record the details listed here.  This will be used for the FTP part.
Host = FTP Address
Username = YourUsername.ServerID
Password = Your Multicraft Password

Step 4

Use a third party FTP software like FileZilla to upload your server jar. If you don't have it downloaded click the button below to download it.

Filezilla Download

Step 5

While you download FileZilla. Rename your custom server jar to custom.jar
This will help us in the future and also the panel boot with your server.

Step 6

Once FileZilla is installed. On the top left you will see the area to place the details you recorded. Once you have done so, hit quick connect to login to your servers FTP.



Step 7

Once you're connected you will be shown an interface similar to this. The left side is your computer files, the right side is your server files. Drag and drop your custom.jar over to the right side, not on top of any folders. Once completed, your jar file has been uploaded. Once uploaded rename the jar file to custom.jar.



Step 8

After you uploaded the jar. Navigate to your panel where the server is located. Scroll down to advanced settings and click it.

 A list of advanced settings will appear up. Scroll down to the jar selection.

Change the server jar to what you prefer below.

Daemon JAR Directory | The server you are using will search for jars that are hosted by us. You really don't want to select this as you are trying to upload your own.

Server JAR Directory* | The server you are using will search for jars that are hosted in your servers jar directory. If in your FTP you have a folder named jar and you uploaded it in the folder. The jar will be located at /jar/(example.jar).

Server base directory* | The server you are using will search for jars that are hosted on your servers main directory. If in your FTP you have just uploaded it to the server, its located in the base directory. We recommend you select this option. The jar will be located at /(example.jar).

Step 9

Once you have selected an option. Click save. You should have been returned back to the top. Go down to the JAR File section and replace vanilla-1.10.2.jar exactly with the jar name you have uploaded which should be custom.jar.

Step 10

Hit save again and restart your server. Once that has completed, wait for your server to boot up with the new jar!
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