A package to allow you to run a Minecraft server on your Synology NAS
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Note that Spigot is named 1.12.20 because in the last version I called it 1.12.10 and the way it's set up it has to be >.10 for Synology to update properly.  Should be able to just live with it until next major MC update.  Other option seems to require people to uninstall Spigot.
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Synology-Install-Package-for-Minecraft-and-Craftbukkit

A package to allow you to run a Minecraft server on your Synology NAS

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I wanted to set up a private Minecraft server for my son. I found work by patters at:

http://pcloadletter.co.uk/2012/01/11/minecraft-package-for-synology/

Unfortunately it hadn't been updated in about 2 years, but from the comments it was apparent that people were still using it and manually updating the files. Well, BLECH! I decided to try to clean it up because, well, I'm a glutton for punishment.

You can find more information on my blog at:

http://blog.heatdfw.com/p/synology-minecraft-server-setup.html

You can install the package from my repository at: http://www.hildinger.us/sspks/index.php

I've started discussion threads at:

http://forum.synology.com/enu/viewtopic.php?f=190&t=100311 http://www.minecraftforum.net/forums/support/server-support/server-administration/2460654-synology-nas-minecraft-server-install-package

Compatitibility, Java, etc.

Honestly, any Synology machine that has the power should be OK, and I'm not able to tell you if yours is one of them -- they have a bunch of machines with a wide range of power. As of now, I'm using a RS814+ with DSM 5.2 (previously 5.1) and the Java VM published by Synology. patters also has Java packages at:

http://packages.pcloadletter.co.uk/

I won't pretend to know what's right for you.