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  1. Have you tried Forge option to disable spawn fuzz at all?
  2. It is well over 20 years that I do not follow "use that" advices blindly. I did see that "MultiMC" and I do not like it a single bit. Though, I said that already. Case closed. Thanks for participation.
  3. You know, this is not helping? If you just tried to make a joke, it fell flat on its face.
  4. In other words, I need a custom launch wrapper? Thanks.
  5. So, I've got a little further, but not by much. MC now proptly crashes with Mods loaded: 1 ModLoader 1.2.5 Minecraft has crashed! ---------------------- Minecraft has stopped running because it encountered a problem. --- BEGIN ERROR REPORT 9f578458 -------- Generated 08.03.16 0:23 Minecraft: Minecraft 1.2.5 OS: Windows 7 (amd64) version 6.1 Java: 1.8.0_45, Oracle Corporation VM: Java HotSpot(TM) 64-Bit Server VM (mixed mode), Oracle Corporation LWJGL: 2.9.0 OpenGL: GeForce GT 640/PCIe/SSE2 version 4.5.0 NVIDIA 353.62, NVIDIA Corporation java.lang.IllegalArgu
  6. Great suggestion. Indeed. But it doesn't answer my question.
  7. Hi there. I'm trying to pull my old game up into native launcher for easier access. But I'm having little success. The game starts fine, if I use old launcher or start the Jar anonimously. What I've done so far: 1. I've installed vanilla 1.2.5 in native launcher. 2. I've created a new directory in <versions>, named 1.2.5-Forge-3.2.3.108-plus 3. I've copied vanilla 1.2.5.json into a newly created directory and named it "1.2.5-Forge-3.2.3.108-plus.json", also placed a modded client JAR with equivalent name there. 4. I've changed "id": "1.2.5-Forge-3.2.3.108-pl
  8. Thanks for clarification. Speaking of "modding", I'm not "modding" anything. I'm hosting a server. Putting up analogy, let's take Apache HTTPd as an example. It is an open-source web server, with a bunch of accompanying modules. But when I want to start or configure it, I'm not digging its source code. There's a --help screen listing most often used switches. It is enough in most cases. In cases it isn't enough, there's documentation available online or (more scarcely) in the form of comments in config files. Yes, I do have some programming knowledge. I can read the crash lo
  9. Except it does. Things like commandline equivalents of "/fml confirm|cancel" for instance. Also, I will assume your "look at the main class" a joke. Out of respect to your achievement. Please keep in mind that not everyone happens to be a Java programmer.
  10. I come across certain startup parameters now and then, but there seems to be no definite source of documentation on them. And Forge itself doesn't react to --help either.
  11. Have it died before producing an offspring? Half a year without a single bugfix. Author is unreachable, not replying to emails and not checking forums.
  12. @SanAndreasP, with all due respect, this is a Java modification to a Java application community forum. I sincerely believe, that an average person visiting these parts of internet could add 2 to 2 and get the answer, that, indeed, I'm looking for memory usage of the application itself, not VM. As it is apparent that under Linux, VM always claim entire -Xmx region without a hesitation. I'll take a look into that app you linked, thank you.
  13. If there's no other way around it… I just see that Windows verion of the server do have its own memory usage counter. But I'm failing to see, if the same information is availabe in console.
  14. How does that help seeing Java VM memory usage? Useful answers, please.
  15. Is there a console command to see server memory usage? The server is running in a Linux box, console only, no GUI.
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