You can find more information about this method here:

You need BukkitGUI or higher in order for this to work.

Note: This method isn't recommended. If possible, use JSONAPI instead.

Using RemoteBukkit with BukkitGUI

  1. [gui] Download the latest RemoteBukkitConsole from the remoteBukkit page, and drop it in the same folder as the GUI
  2. [gui] Set the server type to "Generic java"
  3. [gui] Set minimum RAM to 8Mb, Maximum RAM to 64MB
  4. [gui] in the .jar textbox, point to your remotebukkitconsole.jar
  5. [server] Put the latest RemoteBukkitPlugin in the plugins folder of your server, and configure it.
  6. [gui] in the custom arguments textbox, write this [hostname:port] [user] [pass]
  7. replace hostname and port with the actual hostname and port, replace user with the actual username and [pass] with the actual password, write without [], and separate host:port / user / pass with one space
  8. Press launch to connect.

Important: Don't forget to forward the RemoteBukkit port. The port number is set in the configuration

Example of a working configuration (I used the default settings) RemoteBukkit Example


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