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Tuesday, December 4th 2012, 6:01pm

MineForge Problem

Hello,
i already used the search function but cant find a thread about this problem.
So my problem is, how can i install MineForge ? I cant find a working Download link or a tutorial for it.
Would be nice if somone can help me to solve the problem.

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Tuesday, December 4th 2012, 7:59pm

What is MineFroge?
Or do you mean MinecraftForge?
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Tuesday, December 4th 2012, 8:22pm

You could maybe try at www.minecraftforge.net?
It's the official forum for MCForge.
EDIT: Let me google that for you, if it is so hard.
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Tuesday, December 4th 2012, 8:50pm

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Tuesday, December 4th 2012, 10:01pm

it isn't for me - strange...

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Wednesday, December 5th 2012, 2:36am

Can you get to http://files.minecraftforge.net/?

That's the direct download listing.

To install just download the "universal" .zip from that list (I'm using the latest [411])
Create a copy of your minecraft.jar in case you need to roll back to the default for some reason
Open up your minecraft.jar in WinZip or 7Zip (I recommend 7Zip)
Delete META-INF from minecraft.jar
Open the forge .zip you just downloaded also in WinZip or 7Zip and copy EVERYTHING from the forge .zip to the minecraft.jar
Close both WinZip or 7Zip windows and run Minecraft as normal

An easier way would be to use a launcher like MultiMC which can handle downloading and installing Forge for you (though I don't use it so you'd have to google that one)

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Wednesday, December 5th 2012, 6:45am

I want to install it on my Server not on my Client....

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Wednesday, December 5th 2012, 6:51am

On the server it's even simpler -- put the minecraftforge-universal zip in the same directory as minecraft_server.jar and run it instead of the jar. No need to mess around with 7zip at all.

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Wednesday, December 5th 2012, 7:09am

On the server it's even simpler -- put the minecraftforge-universal zip in the same directory as minecraft_server.jar and run it instead of the jar. No need to mess around with 7zip at all.
I'm not an expert of Serverhosting, but didnt you forget to rename the "zip"-ending to "jar", before you can execute it?
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Wednesday, December 5th 2012, 8:02am

No. java -jar minecraftforge.zip works just fine. One does not run jars directly anyway, so I didn't think that needed saying.

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Wednesday, December 5th 2012, 8:37am

The server start but i get this error :

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Wednesday, December 5th 2012, 8:49am

That's not an error, that's a screenshot. Errors have text. Screenshots are pictures. Go to http://pastebin.com/ and put your ForgeModLoader-server-0.log there, and post the link here.

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Wednesday, December 5th 2012, 8:53am

There is no file with this Name

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Wednesday, December 5th 2012, 9:03am

Did you forget to have minecraft_server.jar in the same folder as the forge jar? Are you running the wrong thing? I really don't have the information to help you here.

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Wednesday, December 5th 2012, 9:11am

I use craftbukkit
And there iss no forge jar

Last time i set up a Server with IC² it worked fine with modloader and Bukkit

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Wednesday, December 5th 2012, 10:21am

Ah, well, that would've been back in... 1.2.5? Maybe before that? You're talking several months ago, at least. A lot has changed since, among them the fact that CraftBukkit doesn't seem to be keeping up too well. Forge and vanilla have instead taken some steps towards becoming more useful by themselves -- you can judge for yourself how much so given that there's still nothing like LogBlock that I know of, but I think a large part of what bukkit addons could do have Forge equivalents.

Jar and zip are mostly interchangeable terms around Minecraft, since a jar is literally just a zip with a little bit of meta-data tacked on that Java knows how to look for.

I doubt anyone in this forum will be able to help you with bukkit, we don't really speak it and it's not officially supported by IC2 proper.

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Wednesday, December 5th 2012, 12:10pm

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Wednesday, December 5th 2012, 5:18pm

Ah, well, that would've been back in... 1.2.5? Maybe before that? You're talking several months ago, at least. A lot has changed since, among them the fact that CraftBukkit doesn't seem to be keeping up too well. Forge and vanilla have instead taken some steps towards becoming more useful by themselves -- you can judge for yourself how much so given that there's still nothing like LogBlock that I know of, but I think a large part of what bukkit addons could do have Forge equivalents.

Jar and zip are mostly interchangeable terms around Minecraft, since a jar is literally just a zip with a little bit of meta-data tacked on that Java knows how to look for.

I doubt anyone in this forum will be able to help you with bukkit, we don't really speak it and it's not officially supported by IC2 proper.
Oh ok, i doesnt noticed that vanilla got so many changes. I'll try it.
Where can i get the Vanilla Plugins like the Bukkit Plugins ?

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Wednesday, December 5th 2012, 10:00pm

You know, there's a difference between "support" and "do my work for me". There's this wonderful tool called Google. Go have fun with it.

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Wednesday, December 5th 2012, 10:45pm

Ah, well, that would've been back in... 1.2.5? Maybe before that? You're talking several months ago, at least. A lot has changed since, among them the fact that CraftBukkit doesn't seem to be keeping up too well. Forge and vanilla have instead taken some steps towards becoming more useful by themselves -- you can judge for yourself how much so given that there's still nothing like LogBlock that I know of, but I think a large part of what bukkit addons could do have Forge equivalents.

Jar and zip are mostly interchangeable terms around Minecraft, since a jar is literally just a zip with a little bit of meta-data tacked on that Java knows how to look for.

I doubt anyone in this forum will be able to help you with bukkit, we don't really speak it and it's not officially supported by IC2 proper.
Oh ok, i doesnt noticed that vanilla got so many changes. I'll try it.
Where can i get the Vanilla Plugins like the Bukkit Plugins ?
Ask RichardG. He said he wanna do something like that.
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