How to install Behavior Packs on your Bedrock server Print

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Note To install an addon/Behavior Pack on NEW worlds, use the first tutorial. To install Behavior Packs on EXISTING worlds, use the second tutorial.

Note You will need to have either 7-Zip or WinRar installed on your desktop to complete the following tutorials.
               7-Zip - https://www.7-zip.org/
              WinRar - https://www.win-rar.com/start.html?&L=0

How to install Behavior Packs on NEW worlds:
1. 
Log in to your BisectHosting games control panel.

2. Download the desired behavior pack on your desktop. (It will be in a .mcpack or .mcaddon format)


3. In the control panel, click File Manager.


4.
Open the behavior_packs folder.


5. Click Upload, then select the .mcpack/.mcaddon file you downloaded on step 2.


6. Click Console, then Restart your server.



How to install Behavior Packs on EXISTING worlds:
1. 
Log in to your BisectHosting games control panel.

2. Stop your server.


3. Download the desired behavior pack on your desktop. (It will be in a .mcpack or .mcaddon format)


4. Right-click the mc addon and extract it to an empty folder. (7-Zip: 7Zip>Extract Here)

Note There should be two separate folders that are extracted. These include <pack_name>_r AND <pack_name>_b.




5. On the control panel, click File Manager, then open the behavior_packs folder. Upload the <pack_name>_b folder you extracted from step 4.




6. Using the same method as step 5, upload the <pack_name>_r folder to the resource_packs folder in the root directory.



7. Restart your server to apply those changes.


8. Return to your desktop where you have the two folders saved. Open the <pack_name>_b folder and Edit the manifest.json file. 

Note We recommend using Notepad++ or you can just edit using basic notepad.




9. On the control panel, go to the desired world save directory and click New File. Name the file world_behavior_packs.json.



10.
Paste the following text into the empty file:

Note Replace the pack-id with the UUID from the manifest.json file in <pack_name>_b. (Ex: "8c3fa9e4-3407-11eb-adc1-0242ac120002")

Note Replace the version with the numbers from the manifest.json file in <pack_name>_b (Ex: [1, 0, 0])

{
{
"pack-id": "Paste UUID from manifest.json file"
"version": [Paste version numbers from manifest.json file]
}
}


11. 
Click Create File.


12. Repeat steps 8-11 for the <pack_name>_r folder/resource_packs folder

13. Restart your server.


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