Install and Run Minecraft Server on Ubuntu 16.04
Learn how to set up a Minecraft server on a Cloud Server running Linux. Minecraft is one of the world's most popular video games, with over 100 million registered users. Setting up your own Minecraft server lets you share the same map with other players, and doing it on a Cloud Server means that your game can continue to run after you log out.
Manage a Minecraft Server
After you get your Minecraft server up and running on a Cloud Server with Linux, there are many ongoing tasks to perform and changes you can make. Learn how to perform management and administrative tasks on a Minecraft server, including how to start and stop the Minecraft server, change the map seed, and use console commands.
Update the Minecraft Server to the Latest Version
Learn how to update the version of Minecraft Server running on your Linux server, without losing any data or overwriting your world file. When Mojang issues a Minecraft update, Minecraft server administrators need to manually update the version of Minecraft running on their servers.