When starting a server running Minecraft 1.7.10 or later, you may see this message in your console:
You need to agree to the EULA in order to run the server. Go to eula.txt for more info.
The latest Minecraft server now requires users to agree to the Minecraft EULA before the server will start.
The EULA specifically forbids charging players in exchange for game altering or behavior changing items or mechanics that gives them advantage over others who don’t pay or may pay different amounts. Charging for cosmetic items is okay, but giving extra resources isn’t. A detailed discussion from Mojang is at Let’s talk server monetisation! and Follow-up Q+A. The EULA affects all Minecraft servers and clients, including prior versions, CraftBukkit servers, and Forge-based servers like Tekkit and Feed the Beast. Although users don’t have to specifically accept an EULA for older versions of Minecraft server, they implicitly have to. Servers must conform to the new EULA by August 1, 2014.
eula.txtto open it.
eula.txtand then you should now be able to start your server.
craftbukkit...jar(not on all servers),
eula.txtto open it. If you’re on Windows, it should open in
eula.txt. Launch the server the way you did before, and your server should start.
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