I created a minecraft server from scratch without paper or spigot. I need to add geyser, but I don't know how. I've installed geyser.jar. Please tell me how to add Geyser to my Server. Also I need to add Floodgate

  • What progress ? – JRBros Apr 26 at 11:44
  • Are you on bedrock or java? The tags are very confusing. – Deer492 Apr 26 at 11:54
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    @Deer492 geyser allows you to connect to java servers with bedrock, and so his tags are correct. – RyugaGod Apr 26 at 13:49
  • @JRBros nvm I got confused – RyugaGod Apr 26 at 13:49

As you said you downloaded the Geyser.jar file, first of all, you will not be able to add geyser to the your as you did not make a spigot server, and geyser is a spigot plugin.

First make a spigot server, if you don't know how to do that then look it up on youtube, it is pretty easy (except for the port-forwarding part).

Once you have installed a spigot server, run it once, then let all the folders generate. Then stop the server. Now where the server files are located, there you will be able to see a plugins folder. Simply put the geyser.jar file in the plugins folder. Run your server again, and It should work.

See this for more in detail clarity of the server installation

  • I have geyser standalone. Also I want to add floodgate. – JRBros Apr 26 at 15:15
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    @JRBros I will see that, but I forgot to include that please download geyser-spigot.jar, if you will create a spigot server – RyugaGod Apr 26 at 15:51
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    @JRBros try following this if it helps :youtube.com/watch?v=K0y0VgoiFAs Actually, I never personally tried geysermc, so I can't sugest in detail, but I hope this tutorial might help you, sorry for the delay and inconvinience. – RyugaGod Apr 27 at 15:33
  • Thank you for the video. It was so helpful :) – JRBros May 4 at 4:23
  • Your welcome, glad to help! – RyugaGod May 5 at 3:25

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