How to install GeyserMC Print

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In this article, we will explain how to install and configure GeyserMC on your Minecraft Server.

What is GeyserMC?
GeyserMC is a plugin which allows players to join your Minecraft Server on both Bedrock and Java edition. Before GeyserMC, users could not play cross-platform with both Java and Bedrock edition, however this is now possible!

Steps
1. Load your server with a JAR capable enough to run Spigot/Bukkit plugins. We recommend either PaperSpigot, Spigot or CraftBukkit.

  1. Visit GeyserMC's website https://geysermc.org/and select "Download" from the navigation bar at the top.

  1. You should now be taken to Jenkins, where you can select which JAR file you would like to use under "Branch Master". In this tutorial, we will be using Geyser-Spigot.jar

  1. Once you have clicked the file, a download should start. Make sure this is kept somewhere easily accessible as we will require it later.
  2. From the breadcrumbs at the top, select GeyserMC, which will take you to a list of repositories in GeyserMC

  1. Click Floodgate from the list, then click Master
  2. Now select `floodgate-bukkit.jar` from the list, and wait for the file to download.
  3. Head over to your server dashboard, and connect to your server using either our Web FTP of using an FTP Client.
  4. Locate the `plugins` directory, and upload both of the downloaded JAR files in to that folder.
  5. Restart your Minecraft Server.
  6. You should see Geyser and Floodgate enable in the console upon restarting

  1. Head back into your plugins directory, then select "Geyser-Spigot". From there edit your `config.yml` file.
  2. Under Bedrock
    - Set `port` to your servers port.
    - Set the address under remote to `127.0.0.1`
    - Set the port under remote to your servers port.
    - Set the auth-type to `floodgate`

You can also edit "server-name" and "motd1/motd2" to add more customisation if you wish.

  1. Save the file and restart your server.

Your server should now work on Bedrock and Java edition

 


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