In order for this to work, you MUST have Java 8 installed!
Once you have downloaded and placed Geyser into its own folder, you will need to create a startup script; similar to how you’d run a Bukkit server.
- Create a new text file in the same location as the Geyser jar file, and call it
run.bat. Open this with a text editor (preferably Notepad++), and insert the text below:
@echo off java -Xms1024M -jar Geyser.jar pause
- Double-click the run.bat, and Geyser should start up. Geyser will generate all the needed files.
- Create a text file called run.command, and open it with a text editor such as TextEdit or TextMate. Type the text below into the run.command file:
#!/bin/bash cd "$( dirname "$0" )" java -Xms1024M -jar Geyser.jar
- Open Terminal, and type in
chmod a+x(Do NOT press return!), and drag your run.command file into the Terminal.
- Press return on your keyboard, and Geyser will start up. Geyser will generate all the needed files.
- Create a file called run.sh, and open it with a text editor. Type the text below into your
#!/bin/sh cd "$( dirname "$0" )" java -Xms1024M -jar Geyser.jar
- In your default terminal application, make the file executable by running
chmod +x ~(dir)/run.shwhere
diris the name of the folder Geyser is in, or by changing the file permissions;
- Open your default terminal application, and type
./run.shto run Geyser. Geyser will generate all the needed files.
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