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3) Open the launcher and find it in the list of Forge versions (it is responsible for most mods) version is the same as the mod, in our case 1.10.2. Click on the "Install" button, wait for the install and first run.
5) In it we find the folder "mods" (which is created automatically after you install any version of Forge) and go into it. Take the downloaded mod (which has the extension .jar or .zip and copy into the open mods folder.
6) Run the launcher and enter the version of Minecraft Forge menu, click on the button "Mods", there we find a set of modes. This means that now the mod should work. Play and enjoy! Really our way to install mods in Minecraft easiest? We thought: Yes!
Note: If you spent a lot of time messing with Optifine after our last lesson and you want to immediately copy your hard-tested settings over from your standard Minecraft install to your MultiMC instance, you can simply copy the optionsof.txt from your /.minecraft/ folder to your /MultiMC/instances/Modded 1.7.10/minecraft/ folder. Change the instance name accordingly if you named your instance something different.
Then copy the world directories for each of the worlds from the old Minecraft installation, e.g. /.minecraft/saves/[all the folders here you want to transfer], to the new folder /MultiMC/My Old 1.6.4 Worlds/minecraft/saves.
When CurseForge announced that an official api was coming for third parties to use, there was a caveat. Projects on CurseForge would have the ability to decide if third parties are able to download their projects. This meant that any mod on CurseForge can choose to turn off distribution of their mods to all third party clients. This change has taken effect as of today and will mean some changes for the way you download modpacks from CurseForge. Any modpacks which include mods that have disabled third parties from downloading them will require extra steps to manually download those mods via your browser in order to complete the installation process. A similar process will be involved for any mods added to instances from CurseForge also. If you see any issues downloading CurseForge modpacks or mods, please reach out in our Discord.
For more details on installing mods, as well as a guide on how to install resource/texture packs (a different type of mod), check out our article, "How to install Minecraft mods and resource packs to completely reinvent your game."
While it is possible to use two mods at once, mods get installed in the order in which they are listed in Slipstream. Therefore, if two mods write over the same files, they will never be able to work together successfully.
The following are fan made mods which change the language of the text presented in FTL. They can be installed like any other mod using the steps described above. We cannot guarantee their accuracy or content. If you encounter any questionable content or know of any additional mods we should add to this list, please let us know.
The Minecraft client can be installed via the minecraft-launcherAUR package. It provides the official game launcher, a script to launch it and a .desktop file. The package is officially recommended by Mojang on their website.
In the installation process, the minecraft user and group is introduced. Establishing a Minecraft-specific user is recommended for security reasons. By running Minecraft under an unprivileged user account, anyone who successfully exploits your Minecraft server will only get access to that user account, and not yours.However, you may safely add your user to the minecraft group and add group write permission to the directory /srv/minecraft (default) to modify Minecraft server settings. Make sure that all files in the /srv/minecraft directory are either owned by the minecraft user, or that the user has by other means read and write permissions. The server will error out if it is unable to access certain files and might even have insufficient rights to write an according error message to the log.
In order to run the Minecraft server, you must accept the EULA. This only needs to happen once after installation. The EULA file resides under /srv/minecraft/eula.txt after being created by the package. You will need to edit this file to state that you have agreed to the contract in order to run the server. All you need to do is change:
Spigot is the most widely-used modded Minecraft server in the world. It can be installed as spigotAUR via the AUR. The spigot PKGBUILD builds on top of the files from the minecraft-serverAUR package. This means that the spigot server provides its own systemd unit files, spigot script and corresponding script configuration file. The binary is called spigot and is capable of fulfilling the same commands as minecraftd. The configuration file resides under /etc/conf.d/spigot.
The Cuberite Minecraft server can be installed as a cuberiteAUR package, which provides a simple web interface by default at port 8080 with which most server operations can easily be done through the browser. The cuberite PKGBUILD builds on top of the files from the minecraft-serverAUR package. This means that the cuberite server provides its own systemd unit files, cuberite script and corresponding script configuration file. The binary is called cuberite and is capable of fulfilling the same commands as minecraftd. The configuration file resides under /etc/conf.d/cuberite.
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