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Is it possible to turn a Minecraft single player map into multi-player server?
How do I copy a Minecraft multi-player (SMP) map to single-player?

Is it possible to have a map in single player and port it into your server for SMP and vice versa ?

If so how ?

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marked as duplicate by Raven Dreamer Sep 2 '11 at 3:23

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Yeah could be a dupe :S But it only ask from SMP to SP and I was wondering if you could make a map in single player a upload it into the SMP server too. –  Warface Sep 2 '11 at 2:51
    
Damn Raven you're truly on my case tonite. I voted for you :( –  Warface Sep 2 '11 at 3:25
    
:( It's not personal! I'm on chat if you want to talk about it, though. –  Raven Dreamer Sep 2 '11 at 3:36
    
Don't forget, you can still accept an answer. ;) –  John the Green Sep 2 '11 at 15:26
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From the "Mods and Texture Packs" menu inside MineCraft, click on "Open Texture Pack Folder". Go up one folder and down into the "saves" folder. That is where all your saved SP worlds are. Each world is one folder.

On a server, it generates a folder with the world data which is (effectively) identical to any of your saved games. This folder it stores in the directory it runs from.

Simply copy and paste.

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I will try to copy / paste and check if it's working. If so... + 15 for you, if not, look behind you :D –  Warface Sep 2 '11 at 3:18
    
I do it on my own server all the time to troubleshoot problems in SP. I'm fairly confidant that it will work. :) Like anything though, it you put stuff in the wrong places, it won't work. –  John the Green Sep 2 '11 at 3:21
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