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  1. Has the error from the installer changed at all on the subsequent tries?
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  2. Some zip managers like to take control of the .jar file extension away from Java. Make sure you have Java installed and try running Jarfix once, then try the installer again.
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  3. Please use one of the pastes sites in my signature below for providing logs, Google Docs is meant for documents, not raw text files and the extra formatting makes logs unreadable
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  4. Can you provide the full log since this one seems cut out? And also, quick note about your title, you have to be patient. Someone will eventually help you out.
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  5. After testing a lot i found a solution for the problem, for people how have the same error i will explain here how the Layer System from vanilla works in 1.17 itrm: i the run method (of the transformer) this was a bug in my code but I just had to ignore the y value in BiomeSource#getNoiseBiome AreaTransformer0: can be used as base biome "layer", the parameters are: the LazyAreaContext, x pos in the area, y (z) pos in the area AreaTransformer1: transformer to add a biome "layer" to an existing AreaFactory, the parameters are: the LazyAreaContext, the Area which is create from the AreaFactory itrm the x pos in the area, y (z) pos in the area AreaTransformer2: transformer to combine two AreaFactory for example the current BiomeLayer and a ClimateLayer, the parameters are: the LazyAreaContext, the Area which in create from the first AreaFactory itrm, the Area which is create from the second AreaFactory itrm, the x pos in the area, y (z) pos in the area BishopTransformer: transformer to add a biome "layer" to an existing AreaFactory with a bit more logic, the parameters are: the LazyAreaContext, the biome id north west from the AreaFactory itrm, the biome id north east from the AreaFactory itrm, the biome id south east from the AreaFactory itrm, the biome id south west from the AreaFactory itrm, the center biome id from the AreaFactory itrm C0Transformer: can also be used as base biome "layer", the parameters are: the LazyAreaContext, biome id of the x and y (z) pos in the area with offset 0 C1Transformer: can also be used as base biome "layer", the parameters are: the LazyAreaContext, biome id of the x and y (z) pos in the area with offset 1 in x+/y+ CastleTransformer: transformer to add a biome "layer" to an existing AreaFactory with a bit more logic, the parameters are: the LazyAreaContext, the biome id north from the AreaFactory itrm, the biome id east from the AreaFactory itrm, the biome id south from the AreaFactory itrm, the biome id west from the AreaFactory itrm, the center biome id from the AreaFactory itrm very simple zooms the Area so biomes are larger this was an error in my Layer, because i used the wrong transformer, and i used BigContext#nextRandom to get the biome is a simple long value, you can choose a random one or you use scheme like 1, 2, 3, 4, ... note if you use a value twice it could lead problems (particularly if you used the same Layer) vanilla has only the system which is explained above and forge has unfortunately nothing I hope my explanation was helpful, if something is wrong let me know this and i will edit the post i will create soon a Example Mod about the Biome generation and the different Layers and possible implementations, when the mod is finished i will edit this post and add the link to the repo
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  6. You installed the server to your system directory, this is a MASSIVE no no
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