Vanilla Minecraft can get boring at times. Even though we have many ways to customize the experience, sometimes it is still not enough. We have already looked over how to install Resource Packs, Plugins, and Data Packs in other tutorials on our website. In this tutorial, we will go over the more complicated, however more rewarding, process of installing a Minecraft Modpack to your server.
Modpacks are additional content compilations made by independent programmers. They come in many shapes and forms, therefore there is seriously no limit to how modified your game can become. The process of installing such a pack is a bit more complex, but we have simplified it into a few simple steps.
Q: I uploaded the server and it still won't start.
A: Check if the server has enough RAM. We recommend having 3-5GB of RAM for a server with modifications.
Q: The On / Off / Restart buttons do not work.
A: Some modpacks do not pass on their status information, so the site does not receive this information. If that’s the case, you should follow the console.
Q: I don't have a start.bat file, how do I run a modpack?
A: If your modpack is older, then you need to download the Forge installer file with your required version for the modpack. Upload the file to a folder created for the modpack. Run the uploaded file and select the server-side option, and select the save location, which should be the folder that contains the modpack files. After installation, run the forge universal or forge file. In the white window that opens this time, continue from step 6.
Still have questions or problems with the installation of a Modpack? Give us a message to our Live support or firstname.lastname@example.org with a modpack you want and we will be add it to the installation tab ASAP.
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