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  1. For anyone who find this on Google. Turning Mipmap Levels to Off seems to stop the flickering.
  2. I am very new to minecraft modding so forgive me if this an obvious question. I have been moding vanilla minecraft for a few days and I just started with forge today. So the question is, how can I mod with NEI installed?
  3. So try downloading a newer forge... And can you tell me what version of python you have (python --version)? I have been using forges latest's sucessful build, hot off the jenkins build system. I am using python 2.7.3 Ah. that forge build is for 1.4.1pre. If deving on 1.3.2, you need build 318: http://jenkins.minecraftforge.net/job/forge/318/ Ahh, that explains why forge thought my jars were modified... Thanks for the help. On a side note, how would I go about determining what version of minecraft a build of forge it? (besides looking through the commits one by one)
  4. So try downloading a newer forge... And can you tell me what version of python you have (python --version)? I have been using forges latest's sucessful build, hot off the jenkins build system. I am using python 2.7.3
  5. Edit:Yes Don't mind me, I just replied super fast
  6. Each time I tried it I did. Here were my steps. [*]Delete MPC folder [*]Re-extract MCP [*]Force update minecraft [*]Re-extract forge and move it to my MCP folder. [*]Copy new minecraft client and server files to the jars folder [*]Run forges install.sh It failed every time.
  7. I am having trouble setting up minecraft forge, I follow all the right steps but when I run the install.sh, it thinks both my server and client are modified. The problem is, they are not. I have tried 10+ times. Here is the full log. [hide] $ ./install.sh ================ Forge ModLoader Setup Start =================== Setting up MCP > Backing up commands.py patching file commands.py Commands patch applied successfully Copying FML conf Fixing MCP Workspace Downloaded argo-2.25.jar successfully Downloaded guava-12.0.1.jar successfully Downloaded guava-12.0.1-sources.jar successfully Downloaded asm-all-4.0.jar successfully Downloaded asm-all-4.0-source.jar successfully Warning, Modified Client jar detected Continuing with decompile may produce unpredictable results If you continue, do not come to the FML or Forge team with decompile issues. If you really want to continue, enter "Yes" Yes Warning, Modified Server jar detected Continuing with decompile may produce unpredictable results If you continue, do not come to the FML or Forge team with decompile issues. If you really want to continue, enter "Yes" Yes Traceback (most recent call last): File "install.py", line 40, in <module> main() File "install.py", line 19, in main setup_fml(fml_dir, mcp_dir) File "/home/giodamelio/Downloads/mcp72/forge/fml/fml.py", line 253, in setup_fml decompile(None, False, False, True, True, False, True, False, False, False, False, False, False) TypeError: decompile() takes exactly 11 arguments (13 given) [/hide] So then I thought, maybe the file are being modified in some way I didn't think about. So I checked the hashes, and nope, the file is intact. $ cat md5s #md5 hashes for downloaded files #Tue Oct 23 16:56:13 PDT 2012 lwjgl.jar=7a07c4285fa9a6b204ba59f011f1cd77 jinput.jar=a7835a73a130656aba23e34147a55367 lwjgl_util.jar=f00470751cfc093ba760ca3cf10a512c linux_natives.jar.lzma=ffc02d3cc741ed24f719eca16d1a9a85 minecraft.jar=969699f13e5bbe7f12e40ac4f32b7d9a $ md5sum minecraft.jar 969699f13e5bbe7f12e40ac4f32b7d9a minecraft.jar I know in the past it has been said that if forge says its modified then it is(here, here, here), but I think that something is going on here. What else could I do since I know that the client has not been modified?
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