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I get an error when I try to connect to the server to play with a friend. I read that it is because of conflicting mods. Tried everything, maybe I missed something. Please write conflicting mods1678825622_(194).thumb.png.d6efd51595c2e2fcb205dd261373017b.png

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Please read the EAQ and provide the appropiate log(s).

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7 minutes ago, diesieben07 said:

I asked for a very specific file, it's called debug.log. Not debug-1.log.gz. There cannot be multiple of this file. 

I can't send it, it's too big 14.8 mb

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