The between the BE (integrated version) servers of Minecraft were officially distributed before i knew it (although it's an alpha version).
If this is the case, there is no monthly fee (I feel that the server fee takes more than that) so I decided to put it immediately because it seems not to worry about the number limit.
There seems to be a WINDOWS version and UBUNTU version apparently.
I decided to use ubuntu version because I have to think about the licensing when it comes to setting up a server in THE WINDOWS version.
I will contract the server with the VPS of the usual Sakura immediately.
|Storage||SSD 30 GB|
I have no idea how many specs there are, so I'll start with low specs for the time being.
Sakura VPS can opt Ubuntu 16.04 amd64 from the standard OS installation, but installed Ubuntu 19.04 amd64 from custom OS because it is old.
Once the installation is complete, just create a suitable installation directory with the appropriate user (my one-to-server) and download and unzip it.
I needed to install unzip, libcurl4-openssl-dev.
Sudo apt install unzip sudo apt install libcurl4-openssl-dev from <a0></a0>mkdir to /server from cd to /server the stip https://minecraft.azureedge.net/bin-linux/bedrock-server-220.127.116.11.zipend unzip bedrock-server-18.104.22.168.zip
This is the end of the installation.
If you want to change the settings from the default, modify the contents of server.properties.
Descriptions of each setting, for example, can be found in bedrock_server_how_to .html.
I moved very easily with the feeling, but I feel that it is likely to become a little troublesome in the version of the library when it is an older version of CentOS or Ubuntu.
To run the server in <a0>, run the server in the extracted directory with the following command:</a0>
the LD_LIBRARY_PATH. ./bedrock_server A