This article will guide you on how to install a Minecraft server on #Ubuntu 20.04 and set up a daily backup. You can now launch the Minecraft client, connect to the server and start Minecraft adventure.
Setting up a #Minecraft server on #Linux (Ubuntu 12.04) is a fairly easy task on the command line.
Of the previously given ports, the only one I want you to memorize is 25565, because that is Minecraft's default port number. What we want to do is forward inbound traffic on port 25565 to our Minecraft server that's located on the private internal network.
Process of Setting up Minecraft Server on Ubuntu:
1. Create New Minecraft User. Add the new “minecraftuser” to the “sudo” group.
2. Add Minecraft User To Sudo Group.
3. Switch To Minecraft User.
4. Install wget Package.
5. Install Java OpenJDK package.
6. Check Installed Java Version.
7. Install Screen Package.
8. Create A Minecraft Directory.
To Install #Steam from Ubuntu package repository :
i. Confirm that the multiverse Ubuntu repository is enabled: $ sudo add-apt-repository multiverse $ sudo apt update.
ii. Install Steam package: $ sudo apt install steam.
iii. Use your desktop menu to start Steam or alternatively execute the following command: $ steam.