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How to set a custom seed on your Minecraft Server

Unique, case-sensitive values known as "seeds" specify the exact type of world to load into the game. There are a lot of possible seeds because the landscape in Minecraft is generated at random, which means there are an equal number of different worlds to discover. You can obtain world seed from your own world using the “/seed” command, from a friend, or online from discussion boards and YouTube videos.

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How to set a custom seed on your Minecraft Server

Make sure your server is not running. If it is running, stop the server

Go to the File Manager tab, and delete the “world” folder if there is one.

Open the file in the File Manager and look for the “level-seed” option (or add it, in case the option does not exist), then enter the seed that you wanted and save the file.

Go to the Console Tab, start the server and wait for your new world to generate using the seed.

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Created By: Alecz R.

Updated on: 24/11/2023

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