❓ What is Nukkit ❓
This type executes a .jar file to generate all necessary data to start a Bedrock Server.
Coming a few years after PocketMine-Mp release, NukkitX (or commonly called Nukkit), provides much more constant updates compared to PocketMine-MP, and of course, a gigantic plugins variety (also with constant updates).
A point, however, causes users to opt for other software rather than Nukkit, which are all the features it brings.
All of these features make this innovative software much heavier than other competitors like PocketMine-MP but's always a good alternative.
If you're looking to create a public server, with many professional plugins, setup and configurations, NukkitX is a good option.
There's no way to use command blocks.
🧵 Possible Connections:
Minecraft Pocket Edition - MCPE - (Android and IOS)
Minecraft Windows 10 Edition - Win10 - (From Microsoft Store)
🔗 Useful NukkitX Links:
🔩 How Do I Change My Server to Nukkit 🔩
In order to change your server to Nukkit, you will have to do a clean install of the template called the same. Here is our guide for doing so, but the steps below explain the same thing.
So to change to Nukkit do the following:
Open the Multicraft panel and log in
Click on Files, then on Setup.
Select Nukkit as Template and check just the box titled Delete All Server Files. Do not check the box for Run Setup on every server start.
Restart your server and after doing so, Nukkit will start to install.
After the installation you will have to set a language for the server to be able to start. For English type just eng in the console as you see below.
⚠ NOTE ⚠: This process will delete all your server files. Please backup first what you need to your PC using Filezilla. Here is our guide for using Filezilla.
Now you just changed your server to Nukkit.
🎛️ Server Settings 🎛️
Check out the next box. This is an example of a Nukkit server.properties file.
motd=Nukkit Server For Minecraft: PE
What does each option do?
motd: Can be seen on Minecraft.
server-port: Sets a server port.
server-ip: Sets a server IP Address.
view-distance: Sets a players view distance.
white-list: Add a white list to server.
announce-player-achievements: If player is logged on XBOX him can get announce about achievements.
spawn-protection: Set the Spawn Protection size.
max-players: Sets a max player count.
allow-flight: Allows flight.
spawn-animals: Allows to spawn animals.
spawn-mobs: Allow to spawn mobs.
gamemode: Sets the server game mode.
force-gamemode: Forge a game mode on the server.
hardcore: Enable hardcore.
difficulty: Sets the server difficulty.
level-name: Sets the actual level name.
level-seed: Sets the actual level seed.
level-type: Sets the actual level type.
rcon.password: Sets the rcon password.
📀 How Do I Get Admin Privileges on My Server 📀
In order to get admin privileges on your server and be able to use all commands you need to:
Log into your Multicraft Control Panel here.
Make sure you’re on your servers page. On the left-hand side of your Control Panel click ‘Console’.
In the text box above the console, type op <username>, then either click on Send, either press the Enter key.
⚠ NOTE ⚠: You need to replace <username> with your actual username.
Should you make changes to who has OP permissions on your server, please use the /deop <username> command. This command can be executed by any OP player in-game and it can also be executed via the console to remove the OP privileges from a player.
⌨ Nukkit Commands ⌨
Prevents the specified player from using this server.
Prevents the specified IP address from using this server.
View all players banned from this server.
Uploads server information to Hastebin
Set the default game mode.
Takes the specified player's operator status.
Sets the game difficulty.
Adds/Removes effects on players
Adds enchantments on items.
Changes the player to a specific game mode.
Sets or queries a game rule value
Fires garbage collection tasks.
Gives the specified player a certain amount of items.
Shows the help menu.
Removes the specified player from the server.
Commit suicide or kill other players.
Lists all online players.
Performs the specified action in chat.
Gives the specified player operator status.
Allows the specified player to use this server.
Allows the specified IP address to use this server.
Adds particles to a world.
Gets a list of plugins running on the server.
Reloads the server configuration and plugins.
Saves the server to disk.
Disables server autosaving.
Enables server autosaving.
Broadcasts the given message as the sender.
Shows the world seed.
✔️ Setting Up a Whitelist ✔️
The whitelist is as its name suggests a list of players that are allowed to join. Any other player that tries to join and is not on the list will be disconnected.
⚠ NOTE ⚠: The actual whitelist is saved in your server files inside the white-list.txt file, but we do not recommend to edit that file manually, but to use the following commands. Modifying that file can make the server crash at the first start!
To manage your whitelist on your Nukkit server you will use the following commands:
/whitelist <on - off>
Enable or disable the whitelist.
Disable the whitelist.
/whitelist <add - remove> <playername>
Add or remove a specific player from the whitelist.
/whitelist add player1
Will add the player1 to our whitelist.
Will show all players from your whitelist.
Will reload your whitelist according to your white-list.txt file.
🔌 How to Install Plugins 🔌
First, please note that PocketMine is not working with Bukkit/ Spigot plugins, it needs specifically PocketMine plugins, which are .phar files and which can be found here.
After downloading the plugins you want, just use Filezilla to upload them to your plugins folder of the server and restart it.
⚠ NOTE ⚠: Here is our guide for using Filezilla.
We please you to also take a look here at our guide for recommended plugins for PocketMine. You will find there recommended plugins for anything from essentials commands to anti-cheat and minigames plugins.
👹 How to Get Mobs on Your Server 👹
To get mobs working on Nukkit, you'll need to set up MobPlugin plugin which can be found here.
Just download it and drop it into your server plugins folder using Filezilla, then restart the server.
⚠ NOTE ⚠: Here is our guide for using Filezilla.
🔒 Setting Up Permissions 🔒
For managing permissions better on the Nukkit server we suggest you use a permission plugin, like LuckPerms, the Nukkit version. Here you can find it.
Here is our guide for setting up and configuring LuckPerms, please take a look.
🗺️ Setting Up Your Custom World 🗺️
Please note that Nukkit has his unique world type, so you can upload to a Nukkit server just a world that was generated previously with Nukkit.
⚠ NOTE ⚠: You cannot upload your single player world to your Nukkit because it was not generated with Nukkit but with the Vanilla version of the Bedrock game. Also, you cannot upload a world generated previously with the Bedrock Dedicated server type to a Nukkit server.
So if you have a world that was generated previously via Nukkit you can upload it to your server files as our guide explains here.
If you find any issues setting up and using Nukkit please feel free to contact us on live chat or via the ticket system here.
- Why Is My Nukkit Server Not Launching?
- Nukkit Recommended Plugins
- How to Upload Your Custom World on a Bedrock Server
Updated on: 11 / 13 / 2020