This article will show you how to install a modpack on your server.


πŸ’‘ Overview πŸ’‘

To understand better let's have a look at a modpack, Rougelike Adventures and Dungeons (RAD) for example:



A modpack usually comes with it's own forge.jar as you can see on the image above on this particular modpack it's named "forge-1.12.2-14.23.5.2838-universal".

βœ”οΈ We recommend to install files with Filezilla.


πŸ› οΈ Forge.jar installation πŸ› οΈ

πŸ‘·To have less files when you start installing it's better to perform a clean install to forge. After that, the server should look something like this:



It's easier with Filezilla because on the left side you have the modpack, on right side, the server files. Then just drag and drop them.

Stop the server and delete everything inside the "jar" folder:



Place inside jar folder, the modpack files: forge.jar, libraries folder and minecraft_server.jar In this case forge-1.12.2-14.23.5.2838-universal.jar, minecraft_server.1.12.2.jar and libraries folder.



Rename the forge.jar as you wish, after that rename the server type from your Multicraft Panel then click on save, for example:



If you don't see Forge and Minecraft server jars in the modpack, you'll need to use the Multicraft Panel to install Forge (select Forge <version> from the list), or to install it manually. See here


πŸ› οΈ Mods intallation πŸ› οΈ

Mods usually comes with their config files, scripts, structures, to install, just drag and drop them on the server:

Overwrite the server.properties if needed.



Make sure to not drop them over a folder. It will place them in that folder.

πŸ‘ Done, now start your server.


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