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Minetestserver is a command line tool for running your own Minetest multiplayer server. Minetest is an open-source game engine that allows users to create and explore virtual worlds. By running minetestserver, you can host and manage your own multiplayer server, allowing multiple players to connect and play together. The tool provides several command line options for configuring the server, such as setting the port, enabling different game modes, and specifying server settings. You can customize various aspects of the game, including the world generation, player privileges, and environmental variables. Minetestserver supports both local network and internet multiplayer, enabling players from all over the world to connect and play. The tool also includes features for managing player accounts, banning or kicking players, and setting up server rules. It can generate a log file to keep track of server activities, errors, and player actions. Minetestserver is cross-platform, running on Windows, macOS, and Linux, making it accessible to a wide range of users. The tool is regularly updated and supported by active developers and a dedicated community, ensuring stability, security, and ongoing improvements to the server experience.

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