This article will help you update any of the modpack we provide.

Please note that we suggest you start the process by downloading your world in case there any corruption after. Here is our guide for downloading your world.

Also, here you can find the list of modpacks we provide.

Also, please note that you can update the modpack either using our Multicraft build-in feature, either manually. The guide will explain both approaches.


💻 Update the Modpack via Multicraft 💻

If your modpack got a new update and you want to update your server too, all you have to do is:

Log in to your Multicraft panel here and stop your server.


Click on the Update Modpack button.




Tick the Confirmation box only if you have a backup of your world, fill your password and then click on Update Modpack.



If you do not have a copy or a backup of your world we please you to do one as our guide is telling here before starting the modpack update process!


Check the Multicraft console for the moment when it says that the process is complete.






Start your server.

Done! You just updated your modpack using the Multicraft build-in feature.


🔨 Update the Modpack Manually 🔨

To update your modpack manually you will have to:

Delete some of the old modpack files.

Set up the new ones instead of them.


💠 Deleting the Old Files

We have to start the process by deleting some of the old files. You will have to do the following:

Log in to your Multicraft panel here and stop your server.


Connect via FileZilla to your server.

Here is our guide for using FileZilla.


Delete the following directories:

jar
mods
config
scripts

NOTE: Depending on the Modpack that your server is running, you must delete some more directories to get everything updated. If you find one of the following folders in your server files, you must delete them too: Flans, llibrary.



Please do not start your server yet!

Now you just deleted your old files. Now let's install the new ones.


💠 Installing the New Files

After removing the old files all you have to do is:

Go back to your main Multicraft page and click on Files, then on Setup.




Select the desired modpack in the Template box, then click on Save.



NOTE: Do not tick the box for Delete Server Files.


Go back to your main Multicraft page and start your server, the setup process will start right after the first server start.

Done! You just updated your modpack manually.


If you find any issues updating one of the modpack we provide, please contact us on live chat or via the ticket system.


❕ Useful Links ❕

- How to Access Your Minecraft Server Files Via FTP
- How to Set Up and Use Biomes O' Plenty Mod
- How to Install Mods Into Your Client
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