If you want to run a multiplayer server for Minecraft, start by downloading the Minecraft Bedrock Dedicated Server (1.20.70, 1.20.61). Similar to what has been available for players of Minecraft: Java Edition, dedicated Minecraft: Bedrock Edition servers enable players to set up their own servers at home on Windows and Linux computers, or host their server using a cloud-based service. Dedicated servers are hosted by individuals and are not partnered with Minecraft. By contrast, Partner Servers specifically work with Minecraft. Minecraft: Java Edition and Minecraft: Bedrock Edition versions both have dedicated servers, but only Minecraft: Bedrock Edition has Partner servers. A dedicated Minecraft: Bedrock Edition server gives you the creative power to configure your world to whatever Minecraft experience you want. You could tinker with all of the settings, modes, server life cycle, whitelisting, or anything else.

How to install:

For Linux:

Unzip the container file into an empty folder. Start the server with the following command:

LD_LIBRARY_PATH=../bedrock_server

For Windows:

Unzip the container file into an empty folder. Start the server by running the bedrock_server.exe file.

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