How to Update Your Minecraft Server Version (Non-Modded)





Step 1: Check to see if the version in brackets beside your jar selection name on a Multicraft is a higher version than your server is currently. You can check your current Bukkit version for example by typing /version in game. If so, go on to step 2.

Step 2: Look at the jar name below the jar dropdown menu on Multicraft. After doing so, go to Files -> FTP File Access -> Login -> Look for the jar name you saw earlier, tick the box beside it and hit 'delete' at the top. Confirm, once finished go back to your server page and start/restart your server.

Step 3: That's it! Your server should now be updated to the Minecraft version shown in the brackets beside the selected jar.

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