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    posted a message on How to make a server version of my pack.
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    In reply to BInarydragonisminecrafting:

     I think you would setup a server, (that works) and give em the dl link. You MIGHT be able to get away with dragging all your mods to the serverside. 
     I appreciate that you're trying to help but I need to know how to make a server pack the proper way, there has to be a step by step guide somewhere. I want to host that file on curse forge and I know they only except the file if it's correct. 'Might', 'maybe' or 'if you try' are not helpful in this instance because I need to do it the right way. 

    Also, I mentioned in the first post that I have a server running already, but again: I uploaded everything manually. 

    I need to know how to make a server .zip file, so that I can host it along side the client version of the Pack I've created.
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    posted a message on How to make a server version of my pack.

    I'm still unsure of what needs to be in the server file. Is it the mods, do I use a list file or something, do I have to supply the forge install too?

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    posted a message on How to make a server version of my pack.
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    Just take your files from the modded server, and give them a Download link to it, now I am sure Curseforge has a auto-download server thing for a pack if it is supplied. 

     Which files? That's what I'm stuck on.
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    posted a message on How to make a server version of my pack.

    So I've built a modpack and I want to put together the files so others can make their own servers. Does anyone have a link or a guide on how to do that?

    The pack is Commonwealth Craft on curse forge if anyone notices anything I have to keep an eye out for, I should mention I have a working server running but I uploaded all the mods and configs manually.

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