ModPack for 1.3.2

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  • #6010
    maboughey
    Keymaster

    @FuzzyWuzzie wrote:

    Oohhhhh kay. It should DEFINITELY be fixed now. (At least for people running at least java 1.6). I even checked the class file versions manually by hand using a hex editor. Try the new download link. Also, mabs, you’re running java 1.6, not 1.7 btw 😛

    I have java 1.7 on chrome 🙂 thats what the java website picked up.

    #6011
    Tense
    Participant

    Yes! I have been waiting with baited breath. I <3 you!

    #6012
    FuzzyWuzzie
    Moderator

    @Kwinno, @Mab, @Faux, mod version is in the mod section now

    #6013
    hiamsam
    Participant

    Thanks Fuzzy! 🙂

    ALSO: I’m having trouble installing this modpack on Mac OS X 10.7.4
    I tried using Stagen’s help guide on the MCNSA modpack thread. It worked on the past versions, but not now. Any ideas?

    #6014
    FuzzyWuzzie
    Moderator

    What is the issue? What are you doing? What is it saying?

    #6015
    PeebleTheory
    Member

    The updated version worked fine without error for me 🙂

    #6016
    hiamsam
    Participant

    Went into Terminal
    Typed

    cd /Users/samuelcutting/Desktop/MCNSAModPack (4) 2 

    Pressed enter then typed,

    sh modpack.sh

    Hit enter, get this message

    sh: modpack.sh: No such file or directory

    The file on my Desktop says “MCNSAModPack (4) 2”.

    #6017
    PeebleTheory
    Member

    @hiamsam wrote:

    Went into Terminal
    Typed

    cd /Users/samuelcutting/Desktop/MCNSAModPack (4) 2 

    Pressed enter then typed,

    sh modpack.sh

    Hit enter, get this message

    sh: modpack.sh: No such file or directory

    The file on my Desktop says “MCNSAModPack (4) 2”.

    Read the OP!

    If you’re on mac, open up your terminal (in the “Utilities” part of your Apps menu), navigate to the unzipped .jar, and type “java -jar MCNSAModPack.jar”.

    Also, is there any way to move the thing that displays the biome, fps, coords, etc? It’s annoying with it being in the middle of the screen.

    #6018
    hiamsam
    Participant

    “cannot execute binary file” I did this
    Dragged MCNSAModPack.jar -> desktop
    Dragged the .jar into the terminal window then typed “java -jar MCNSAModPack.jar”

    #6019
    PeebleTheory
    Member

    @hiamsam wrote:

    “cannot execute binary file” I did this
    Dragged MCNSAModPack.jar -> desktop
    Dragged the .jar into the terminal window then typed “java -jar MCNSAModPack.jar”

    Keep it in the modpack directory, not on the desktop.

    Type “cd ” then drag the modpack folder into terminal. Press enter.

    After you do that, then type “java -jar MCNSAModPack.jar”. Press enter.

    #6020
    hiamsam
    Participant

    @PeebleTheory wrote:

    @hiamsam wrote:

    “cannot execute binary file” I did this
    Dragged MCNSAModPack.jar -> desktop
    Dragged the .jar into the terminal window then typed “java -jar MCNSAModPack.jar”

    Keep it in the modpack directory, not on the desktop.

    Type “cd ” then drag the modpack folder into terminal. Press enter.

    After you do that, then type “java -jar MCNSAModPack.jar”. Press enter.

    Worked! thanks! 🙂

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