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Currently running ona DO droplet, runs pretty smoothly
Well I ran some minecraft servers with my friends, and tried a few hosting platforms, I would suggest McProHosting and ShockByte.
MCPH I found to be easier to mange and more automated, but more costly
SB I found to be cheaper, still good tho
For modpacks, I think 2-3GB would be enough(5$-7.5$ SB, 15$-20$ MCPH), you can always start with minimum(like 1GB) and then if the server is too slow, upgrade.
webketje91633dDigitalOcean droplets are good value for money and can be scaled as required. You need to set up everything from scratch though, unless perhaps there is a minecraft docker container around that automates some part
rutee071613633dGCP compute engine with $300 free credits. :D
I'm a peasant, yes.
Demolishun951832dI ended up using bisecthosting. About $15 a month to run the modpack I wanted to run. Everything up an running (including configuring via their interface) in about an hour. Everything works as expected.
Gregozor212137There is. My latest creation. A 8bit microcontroler made in minecraft. Features: (1.0 version without control ...
frogstair14Building a 100% logical Minecraft computer. Just finished with the ROM
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