Minecraft Java Server Installer optimized for Raspberry Pi, PINE64 and Other SBCs or Virtual Machines.
Pinecraft Installer simplifies the installation and setup of a Minecraft Java Server.
If you have already installed this, running it again will allow you to upgrade.
The installer will setup a “Normal” difficulty server and allow you to select between a Survival world complete with mobs, nether and more, or a Creative world to hone your skills as a master builder.
The installer attempts to detect things like how much RAM you have (and available), and adjusts the server settings based on what it finds.
Looking For Help? Pinecraft Installer installs Minecraft Java servers. If your question has to do with something other than installing a Minecraft server with Pinecraft Installer, the question likely is not for us. Questions surrounding gameplay, how to use a Minecraft server, etc., should be directed to the Minecraft documentation. Once your Minecraft server is installed, Pinecraft’s job is done.
I appreciate each and every Patron who supports Pinecraft on Patreon. The following have chipped in a little extra and get their names in the docs:
Become a Patron for additional perks and to support this project
Join the Category5 TV Discord to chat with other Pinecraft users and viewers of the show
Tell everyone you know about Pinecraft Installer, blog about it, screencast on your YouTube channel, talk about it on your podcast. Spread the word.
Patron Multi-Player Server
Those who support Pinecraft Installer on Patreon receive access to our exclusive high-performance Minecraft server.
Contribute to Documentation
Source Code: https://github.com/cat5tv/pinecraft-docs/
A Product Of
Pinecraft is developed by Robbie Ferguson for The Category5 TV Network.
While we appreciate each and every patron, some opt to have their name included in this list. Big thanks to the following patrons for their ongoing support of the Pinecraft Installer project:
Pinecraft Installer and the code written specifically for it are licensed under GNU AGPLv3: https://www.gnu.org/licenses/agpl-3.0.en.html
Third-party products or features included within Pinecraft Installer may have their own license. Please review their project pages for more information.