Create a New Folder Open up finder, and create a new folder in your Home folder named CraftBukkit Download the File Download the server files.
Create a new file in the minecraft folder and name it 5.
The file name used in your start script must match the name of the file you download.
Jar in a folder, for this example we'll use a generic one: craftbukkit 3.
Move to the above directory in terminal with 'cd craftbukkit' 4.
Make the file executable, either by running "chmod x " in a terminal, or by changing the permissions in the file's properties.
When saving to a file name, put the name in"s: "" 5.
Preliminary notes Note: In this guide we refer to the server file as but the file you download may be named differently.
If you see "'Java' is not recognized as an internal or external command, operable program or batch file.
You will need to install java from the Apple's website Obtaining the Server Files To run a server you will need the server jars, i.
Closing the terminal window without stopping the server could lead to corruption of the save files.
Then, in terminal, type ' ' to run to start the server.
Warning: To stop the server, do not close the terminalcommand prompt window.
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When you're done playing around, issue the "stop" command in console.
You can download the latest builds from the front page of the wiki.