It is possible to upload modpacks yourself without having to ask us. Here's a rough step by step guide to installing an ATL Modpack server. It assumes that you have already cleared out your server folder:
Part 1 : Download the server files on your computer
- Open AT Launcher
- Go to 'Packs' and find the modpack you want
- Click 'Create Server'
- Choose the version of the modpack you want, you may also be prompted to choose which optional mods you want
- AT Launcher will now download the files and assemble the modpack server. You may have to manually download some mods manually, just follow the on-screen instructions
Part 2 : Zip up your modpack and upload it
- In AT Launcher, click the 'Open Folder' button at the bottom
- Go into servers, here you will see a folder for each server you have downloaded
- Go into the folder for your chosen modpack
- Select all the files and send them to a zip file, re-name that zip file to the name of the modpack
- Upload that zip file to your server folder using FTP : https://stickypiston.co/account/knowledgebase.php?action=displayarticle&id=8
Part 3 : Un-pack the modpack
- In the Multicraft Control Panel, go to Files>Backup>Restore
- You should see your modpack zip file there, click on the 'Restore' link next to it
- You will be asked if you really want to restore it
- Use FTP to rename the Forge server jar file (or Cauldron or MCPC+) to whatever Multicraft is expecting to find such as:
- Cauldron 1.6.4 "cauldron-1.6.4.jar"
- Cauldron 1.7.2 "cauldron-1.7.2.jar"
- Cauldron 1.7.10 "cauldron-1.7.10.jar"
- Forge 1.6.4 "forge-1.6.4.jar"
- Forge 1.7.2 "forge-1.7.2.jar"
- Forge 1.7.10 "forge-1.7.10.jar"
- Forge 1.8 "forge-1.8.jar"
Congratulations, you've installed an ATL modserver
Part 4 : Updating a modpack to a newer version
Same as above but first stop the server and use FTP to delete the following:
- 'config' folder
- 'mods' folder
- 'scripts' folder
If you made any config changes in the previous version, you will have to redo them.