Setup Geyser on Spigot
*This list can be followed easily enough, but if you need more words and video keep reading
1. download geyser-spigot and floodgate-spigot.
2. stop server
3. copy them to the /plugins folder
4. start the server and let it load, then stop server
5. go to the home entry, and find your IP address, copy it.
6. edit the file /plugins/geyser/config.yml
7. change the IP from 0.0.0.0 in that file, to your IP address
8. change the “auth type” to “floodgate” down lower in the file
9. start the server.
- You will need two plugins:
— Make sure to download floodgate-spigot.jar
— Make sure to download Geyser-Spigot.jar
You should have the spigot server ready to go, so you are instructed to stop it. However, if you do not have one running, we recommend you start one so that you can stop it. The reasoning is that the necessary folders and base files are already in place.
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In your Multicraft Control Panel for your server, there is an entry on the menu called “File Manager”, please click on it.
Then you will see an entry called “plugins” with a tiny folder icon next to it. Click on that folder icon now.
Click on the upload button.
Then click on the right side panel and select the jar files that you downloaded in Section 1.
Once both are fully processed, click on “close” to return from the upload manager.
So far so good, and yes, you are almost done. Now start your server again and let it load completely. I strongly recommend you start it from the “console” so you can visually see that it has loaded, and you can also be made aware of any errors that might happen.
Once you see that is done and reporting “Done”.
Stop the server.
On the left side menu, click on “home” and then scroll down to where it shows your server’s IP and port.
Simply copy the part in front of the semicolon for this instructional list.