How to install mods

In this article we will explain to you on how to install a 7 days to die mod onto your server.

After you have picked the mods you would like to install on your server, you will first need to go to the site (page) that contains the mod and click download and install the mod onto your computer first.

After it has finished it will appear on the bottom of your browser. Click the arrow and select open (show) in folder.

When the file explorer pops up, there will be two different folders with the same name. You will need to right click on the one that says FILE FOLDER and not the one that says COMPRESSED. After you have right clicked it, select the option that says EXTRACT ALL...

After you have finished this you will need to log into your control panel so that you can FTP the files over to the server.

To use FTP with TCAdmin you need to use a FTP client. We suggest to use Filezilla

ocate your FTP IP and port in the TCAdmin control panel on the main control page. You'll see "FTP:" directly under "connection info". Make sure to use the IP and port provided for FTP (NOT CONNECTION INFO).

To login:
After you have used the IP and port provided, use your TCAdmin control panel user name and password for the ftp user name and password. 

To upload or download files, simply find the directory you wish to upload or download to and click and drag. 

Once connected to FTP you will need to drag and drop the mod files from your pc to the server. To figure out where the files need to go you must read the mod page for this.

After the files are on the server, you'll need to install the mod on your local pc as well so that you can connect to the server.

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