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About 989onan

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  1. For anyone else who has run into the same problem, I have not yet been able to resolve the issue. My best advice which I might follow, is to reinstall everything, since I can't figure out a better solution.
  2. I used the add/remove programs in windows and used the Uninstaller for the AdoptOpenJDK hospot and J9, and I Uninstalled Oracle JDK and JRE before restarting. Then deleted the references towards them in my paths, reinstalled with the options to add them to my paths enabled, and then restarted again. Which restates the steps I did in an earlier post, just with a little more elaboration on what I did that time. Could it be that I need to clear some folder storing JDK's certificates for the gradle because its trying to use an old one? I'm not sure how gradle works.
  3. yes. I uninstalled all versions of Java that I had, and only reinstalled "OpenJDK8U-jdk_x64_windows_hotspot_8u292b10" after I uninstalled all versions of Java on my system and had removed the refrences towards them in my system path.
  4. I might have misunderstood you. Here is the website certificate:
  5. After I click "Cancel" on the sign in prompt, it gives me this view shown in the image.
  6. Okay, I followed these steps: uninstalled adopt open JDK hotspot and openJ9, uninstalled java JDK and JRE restarted removed "JAVA_HOME" and java varibles under "PATH" restarted again installed just AdoptOpenJDK Hotspot "OpenJDK8U-jdk_x64_windows_hotspot_8u292b10" to be exact. Selected option to set "JAVA_HOME" path restarted again looked at "PATH" and "JAVA_HOME" path. They were valid. Ran "gradlew genEclipseRuns 1> myoutput.txt 2>&1" in a batch file under the project. encountered same error. Detailed as follows: To honour
  7. I don't know much about Gradle settup, but I have previously been able to install Gradle on multiple projects. I couldn't find a fix to my problem, so I decided to open a thread. Minecraft Version: 1.16.5 I have so far: 1. deleted my .gradle under my user 2. deleted my entire workspace and remade it 3. redownloaded latest and recommended versions of forge 4. had a go at giving Gradle more access through my firewall 5. I verified that "C:\Program Files\AdoptOpenJDK\jdk-" exists 6. I also used the default Forge project without changing the build.gradle
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