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Last modified on May 13, 2020 in Control Panel
Modpacks are an excellent way to bring excitement to your Minecraft Server which is why we host a wide variety of modpacks for our one-click installation in the control panel. However, frequently there are new updates and patches released for these modpacks. We know how important it is to stay up to date on these packs and you may want to update to these new versions that are released. This is not done automatically when we push the updates, but we will teach you how you can manually update the pack to our latest version.
Checking for an update
To do this you must first check if there is a new update available. You can check this from our Version Checker.
The Version Checker has all of our game versions and modpacks listed. You will see two parts on each modpack, latest dev and Apex current. Apex current is what we currently have it updated to, we try to keep the pack always updated to the latest dev however if it is not updated and you don’t want to wait, you will have to manually install the modpack. You can find a guide on doing this here.
Updating the modpack
Server stuck on starting
If the server seems to be stuck on starting, it is highly likely that you need to type the `/fml confirm` command into the console in order to start the server fully. When changes are made to the mods or Forge, it may require this command.
Server still not updated
If you have followed these steps and it’s still not updated, make sure that we have it updated on our side from our Version Checker. If you confirm this, stop the server and try to delete the entire jar folder from your FTP File Access. If you are still experiencing issues, feel free to contact our support to assist with this further.