How to Install Cardboard on Your Minecraft Server

Cardboard is a Fabric mod that allows you to run Spigot/Paper plugins alongside mods.

Warning: Not all Fabric mods and Spigot/Paper plugins will be compatible with each other. Always back up your server before installing new mods or plugins. Cardboard is still in development and is likely to have bugs! If you experience any issues, please don’t hesitate to report any errors and crashes on their issue reporting page.

Installation Instructions

  1. If you haven't already, install Fabric on your server.
  2. Download the appropriate version of Cardboard and the iCommonLib for your Minecraft and Fabric version from CurseForge.


  3. Upload the Cardboard and iCommonLib jar files into the mods folder of your server. 
    1. You can find our guide on installing Fabric mods here: How to install Fabric Mods on your Minecraft Server.
  4. Restart your server to complete the installation of Cardboard.

With Cardboard installed, you can now install plugins on your server. You can check out our tutorial on this here: How to Install Plugins on your Minecraft Server.

If you require any further assistance, please contact our support at: https://shockbyte.com/billing/submitticket.php

Mitchell Smith

Managing Director @ Shockbyte

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