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On 5/17/2021 at 9:18 PM, IFP said:

I've tried both methods and I got unknown errors both times. Is a 129k KB zip file too large or something?

That size should work fine. Make sure it is a valid world and is a .zip file.

 

3 hours ago, Narco00 said:

is it not letting me upload my server file

i need help. it says on the panel an error accured

 

 

How large is the world you are uploading? If it is larger than 50mb, you need to use the command method to upload instead. 

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On 1/11/2021 at 6:42 PM, Minehut said:

You have to delete the current nether and end, then upload the worlds (as world_nether and world_the_end), then restart the server.

I tried doing this (manually deleting my nether/end, then reuploading my files) in 2 different ways, through in-game commands and minehut file manager.

However, the uploaded world still has the ul_ prefix in front of it, and when I try to teleport to "ul_world_the_end," it turns out to be a normal overworld.

And whenever I go to the nether/end, the game generates a new default nether/end. How do I completely replace the default nether/end with my custom files?

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I upload my world, it doesn't say there is any problems, but it just isn't in my world, every time I do /world ul_kalzwrld ("kalzwrld" is the file name) it just says, that world doesnt exist.

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On 6/15/2020 at 9:21 PM, muelr said:

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 Staff Team
 

To travel to this world, type /world ul_<filename>

Where I will find filename?

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On 6/16/2020 at 9:21 AM, muelr said:

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 Staff Team
 

I am trying to upload a world.  I have tried to upload using the panel.  The upload reaches 100%, but then nothing happens.  When I run the /world ul_<filename> command in game, I am told that my world does not exist.

<filename> is the name of the world, correct?  So, when I upload "trial1.zip" my file name is: <trial1> ?

 

I have also tried to upload in game.  I have uploaded a zip file to my dropbox, and. like a saw below, changed the "=0" to "=1".  I then run the command: /ul world <name> <link> with name = trial1 & link = https://www.dropbox.com/s/d1tx5qjdmwfndym/Trial1.zip?dl=1

I am told that the upload failed! No Protocol.

 

Please offer a little advice.  Your help is appreciated.

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