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Hosting Servers

Using Online Mode / Verify Names

Online-mode for old servers has been abandoned by Mojang, and has been broken until now. Online-Mode is a great way to keep your servers secure, the way Mojang used to do it. There are modded servers out there capable of running in online-mode, these are compatible with Mine Online.

The easiest way to host a server in online-mode is to host it through Mine Online using this command: java -jar MineOnline.jar (server.jar) [launch arguments]
It's that simple, when you host a server through Mine Online, you can set online-mode or verify-names in the sever.properties file to true, and players using Mine Online or online-mode mods will be able to join.

Listing your Server

There are a few ways to add a server to the list. All of them add live player lists. In all cases, servers can be named using "server-name" in the server.properties file.
You can also list a specific ip, port or domain name using the "serverlist-ip" and "serverlist-port" properties.

  1. Using Mine Online
  2. If you host any server through mine online, from c0.0.15a to release 1.16 (or whatever the latest version is 😛), by default it will be added to the server list.
    You can opt-out of this by setting public to false in the server properties file.

  3. Using the hMod Plugin
  4. If you'd prefer not to host your server using Mine Online, and are running hMod, a plugin is available to list your server.
    Download

  5. Using the Bukkit Plugin
  6. If you'd prefer not to host your server using Mine Online, and are running Bukkit, a plugin is available to list your server.
    Download
    To tell Mine Online what version you're running, you'll need to specify the "version-md5" inside your server.properties file.
    The MD5s for various servers can be found here . In the case where there are multiple versions, any one will work.
    For example, a beta 1.7.3 server would use "version-md5=40F36C4EB86E8AC71D965EB0677D4A6F".