How to upload and set up your own JAR file

Here at Host Havoc, we provide our Minecraft server hosting clients with the ability to upload and set their own JAR files.

To upload/set your own JAR file, follow these steps:
Step 1: Set up an FTP client to manage the server's files: https://hosthavoc.com/billing/knowledgebase.php?action=displayarticle&id=35
Step 2: Download the JAR file that you'd like to run on your service
Step 3: Upload the JAR to the server's main (base) directory
Step 4: Navigate to the Multicraft control panel and find the setting labeled 'JAR File'
Step 5: Enter the name of the JAR file, exactly how it is spelled - file extension included. If you uploaded a JAR named myjarfile123.jar, you'll want to set the setting in the panel to myjarfile123.jar
Step 6: Save the changes and restart the server

If you are uploading your own JAR, ignore the dropdown selection above the text field where you enter the JAR file name. It is irrelevant and will always switch back to "Default" if you are using your own.
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