Are you a fan of RuneScape, and wish to host your own server? RSPS may have all types of custom principles, places, creatures, and much more. When it may have a very long time to learn all of the intricacies of producing a truly custom server, you might have a simple server for you and your friends up and running in moments. See Step 1 below to get started.
1 Download the most recent edition of Java. RuneScape runs in Java, which means you’ll require the most recent version before you produce your server. You may download Java for free from the Java website. This guide has more information on installing Java.
2 Install the JDK (Java Development Kit). To be able to produce the server, you’ll have to compile a Java code (it is easier than it seems!) . To do it, you’ll require the most recent JDK, also available for free. Stop by the Oracle site and browse to the Java SE section. Select “Java For Developers” and then download the latest version of the JDK. This guide has more information and links for downloading the JDK.
3 Download the RuneScape server and customer files. There are a whole lot of different places on the internet which you could download custom server and client files from. For first-time server operators, it’s strongly recommended that you download the Starter Bundle from RuneLocus. This includes a simple server and client which you are able to have up and running in a couple of minutes.
You can locate the Starter Bundle on the RuneLocus Site.
Configuring the Server
1 Compile your server.When you unzip the Starter Pack, you may find two folders: “Server” and “Client”. Open the “Server” folder to get your RSPS ready to go.
Open the “run.bat” (Windows) or “run.sh” (bothMac and Linux) program)
Watch for the Starter Bundle Panel to appear. This will take a few moments. If you get errors, you probably haven’t installed the JDK. Enter a interface. Common interfaces for RuneScape private servers are 43594, 43595, and 5555.
Click Save & Compile.
Click on Run Server. Your RuneScape private server is currently up and operating.