To change your server settings you will need to edit the
file, this is found in your top level server folder.
You can edit the following in the server properties file:
- Allow Flying
- Whitelist on/off
- Spawn monsters
- Spawn animals
- Enable command blocks
- Set the message of the day
- Set the level seed
- Set online mode
- Turn PVP on or off
There are many other options to choose from. This link will take you to the reference guide for all the server properties on the Minecraft wiki .
- How to Edit the Server Properties Config File
- What if?
- Further Reading & External Links
- StickyPiston Support
How to Edit the Server Properties Config File
To edit the file you can use FTP or use the Multicraft config editor to edit
- Log into the Multicraft control panel
Edit Server Configuration. From here you can see all the configuration options and what options they accept. This will modify the file for you so that you don't need to worry about making any mistakes while customizing your server .
Once you have modified the settings, click on the
Savebutton at the bottom of the page.
- Restart your server and the changes will take effect.
These Are Not The Options You Are Looking For
If the options you are looking for are not in the
file, it is likely that they are for either a plugin or mod. Plugin and mod
configurations can be found in the
The Option You Want Isn't in The Server Properties File
Sometimes a server option is not in the config file and you need to manually
add it. If it does not appear in the file, it means that Minecraft will load
use the default setting.
You can use the
menu in Multicraft to edit the file directly and add the extra config lines
in. If you are unsure of how to add lines to your
please don't hesitate to
open a support ticket.
I Already Have The Config File
If you already have a
file that you would like to upload to your server, you can do so using FTP
through Multicraft or an FTP client. Learn how to use the Multicraft FTP in
How to Download and Upload Files using FTP
Further Reading & External Links
Whether you own a server with StickyPiston or don’t, we are always
happy to help
any and all issues
you may be having. Open a
with our team and we will be in touch.
Open Support Ticket