Basic Minecraft Server Commands

Aug 3, 2012   PC Gaming   Nick Vogt   Comments (7)
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Here is a list of basic Minecraft server commands that you should know to operate a Minecraft server. For a more complete list, see the Minecraft Wiki.

You can enter these commands directly into the server command prompt window or proceed them with a slash (/) in the chat window in-game (as long as you have operator permission).

ban <player-name>Bans the indicated player and adds their name to "banned-players.txt"
ban-ip <ip-address>Bans the indicated player's IP address and adds it to "banned-ips.txt"
deop <player-name>Removes the indicated player from "ops.txt" if present
kick <player-name>Kicks the indicated player (they can rejoin)
op <player-name>Gives the indicated player operator permission by adding name to "ops.txt"
pardon <player-name>Removes the indicated player's name from "banned-players.txt" if present
pardon-ip <ip-address>Removes the indicated IP address from "banned-ips.txt" if present
save-allSaves the world
sayBroadcasts a message to all players on the server
stopSaves the world and shuts down the server
tp <player-name> Teleports one player to another player's location
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flynyrdskynyrd   Nov 27, 2018
How do you change your seed and name of server?
dragonchomper   Jul 28, 2018
if it is in your house, type ipconfig in command prompt and the ipv4 address in command prompt is what you are gonna want to type in minecraft.
minecrafter_69   May 26, 2018
what is the ip address that other friends need to use to join the server?
dank   Jan 03, 2018
type to join your own server on your pc
junior2006   Dec 28, 2017
coopm510   Nov 26, 2017
how do i join my server
hih   Nov 02, 2017
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