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    Running server no matter what.
    hello, i was wondering if theres anyway to run a minecraft server on a mac no matter what so it would be up all the time even when locked and turned off/logged off.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DJdude97 View Post
    hello, i was wondering if theres anyway to run a minecraft server on a mac no matter what so it would be up all the time even when locked and turned off/logged off.
    Doesn't:

    - "Turned off" mean no electricity?
    - No electricity means no computer running?
    - No computer running means no server?
    - No server means no Minecraft?

    Maybe I'm missing something.

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    The server will work as long as the machine is turned on, it being locked wont affect the server from running.
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