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For 2 weeks now I have been trying to start a server with mods. During the first week, errors related to the lack of certain libraries were flying out, now there are no errors when installing the kernel, but the kernel itself produces an error that you will see in the screenshot. I will ask for an exact answer to this question, because after combing the entire forum I did not find an answer, but I cannot climb into Java itself because of banal ignorance in such a vast plan (I myself can find such a library and put it in the BIOS through tambourines with a dance as it should)wtJ2pq9.jpg

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Try using a Java version 8 - 15; I do not believe Java 16 is supported. I would use Java 8, since that is what ships with Minecraft.

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