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  1. Hey, please use the Help section of forums when asking questions related to Minehut services, thanks!

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  2. On 8/6/2019 at 4:22 PM, Javier said:

    Why?? 😞 😞 

     

    From what I know, if we were to support mods we would need to make sure servers can support the mods, this would also include keeping multiple versions of the mods up to date as well as keeping all plugins stored for that particular version. Sorry for this 😞 

  3. Please use the plugins section of forums when requesting plugins to be added or updated. Also, please include a link to the plugin as it makes the developers jobs easier 🙂 

    ➡️ Moved to Plugin Suggestions

  4. As mentioned above, Minehut does support Bedrock clients on MCPE & Win10 devices. There has been some issues with Bedrock users being able to connect but we're aware and working on getting it back to normal.

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  5. M I N E H U T  C O M M U N I T Y  F A Q

    HOW TO GET LOGS

    DIFFICULTY: EASY

    What are logs and why do we need them?

    Retrieving server logs is often important in order to figure out what the issue is with your server. They show all recent activities on the server and provide error and warning messages which can show you the issue. Logs show commands that users are entering, certain events such as deaths and if there are any plugin issues.

    How do I retrieve logs?

    Logs can be retrieved through 2 methods, in-game and through the panel. We recommend you always get logs from the panel because in some instances you may not be able to connect to your server and will not be able get them through this method.

    Method One (Through the panel):

    • Getting logs is easy, first head over to your server panel and start up the server you want to get the logs of. 
    • Once the server has started up, head over to the file manager section of the panel and all your server files will appear.
    • You need to go into the logs folder, then into the latest.logs file and you will find the logs.

    Method Two (In-game):

    • Logs are easier to obtain in-game, simply type /dl logs and wait a couple of seconds.
    • The server will return you a link to a site with the logs, just download them onto your device.

    If you’re unsure about the logs and need community support:

    • Head over to a site like Pastebin or Hastebin and copy and paste your logs into the site and upload them.
    • Copy the link to your Pastebin or Hastebin and go to our Discord or forums and ask for help, include the logs so people will be able to help you as soon as possible.

    Want to go more advanced?

    Learn to read logs! A helpful member of our community made a post explaining how to read them, check it out here.
     
    Require further assistance?

    If you need extra assistance on this topic, leave a comment, someone will be able to help! Additionally, join our Discord, found here, or head over to the help category of forums, found here!
    📎 How to read logs

    Compiled by the Minehut Support Team

     

     

  6. On 6/24/2020 at 11:11 PM, JailBird said:

    Is there any way to make my uploaded world be the default world?

    Yes! In order to set a default world, you must first head over to the panel and start up your server. Once your server has started, you can click the settings tab and go to level name and type in the new world that you want to become the default world. Any new users that join your server will spawn in the world that you have typed here.

  7. M I N E H U T  C O M M U N I T Y  F A Q
    HOW TO UPLOAD/DOWNLOAD WORLDS
    DIFFICULTY: EASY

     

    Instruction to uploading a world:

    Minehut allows you to easily upload worlds from your computer to your server. This means that you can upload one you find online or your favourite survival world so you can share it with your friends.

    What is uploading a world?

    Uploading a world is simple. You have a couple of methods to choose from. You can either upload the world in-game or upload it via the panel. Please note that you can upload files up to 500mb in-game, however only smaller files can be uploaded using the panel as you have a 50mb limit.

    Method one in-game:

    • To upload a world to your server in-game, you must first upload it to a site such as file.io, however you can use dropbox or mediafire instead.
    • Once you have the link to your file, you can head in-game and type /ul world <name> <link>.
    • This will create a world with the name ul_<name>. To travel to this world, type /world ul_<name>.

    Make sure you have OP permissions!

    Method two panel:

    • Using the navbar (the set of tabs at the top of the panel), select World.
    • From there, click Select a zip file under Upload World.
    • Select the file, hit upload and restart the server.
    • To travel to this world, type /world ul_<filename>

    Again, make sure you have OP permissions!

    Introduction to downloading worlds:

    Downloading your world allows you to save a copy of it to your computer and upload it later on if you choose to. This is mainly helpful for saving ‘backups’ of your world in case anything goes wrong. 

    So, how do you download your world?

    • Downloading a world is simple, go to the world you want to download using the command /worlds.
    • Then click on the world you want to download.
    • Once you’ve been teleported to that world, simply enter the command /dl world.
    • This will compress the world into a file and return a file.io link in chat.
    • When you click the link it’ll start downloading it, save the file wherever you want to keep the world and you’re done!

    There's also another way to download your world:

    • Another way of downloading a world is by using the same command but specifying the world name.
    • You can do this by typing in-game /dl world (name).
    • If you wish to download an uploaded world then you will need to include the “ul_” (eg. ul_Map) however we suggest using the first method for minimal errors.

    NOTE: You can only use the file.io link once. If you would like to get another copy of the world then you will have to follow these steps again.

    Require further assistance?

    If you need extra assistance on this topic, leave a comment, someone will be able to help! Additionally, join our Discord, found here, or head over to the help category of forums, found here!


    📎 Tutorial on how to upload a world & Tutorial on how to download a world


    Compiled by the Minehut Support Team
     

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  8. so, throughout the years Minehut has had a lot of server trends, most recently being Miningpvp 🤢, but what gamemodes/servers do you actually like?
    comment below what servers you like currently, or servers you would like to see in the future.

    ill start this off, i'd love to see a splatoon/paintball server 😳

    hopefully this can act as a point of inspiration for server creators 😆

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