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I am trying to set up the forge modding environment exactly as the readme states. I copied the files from the MDK 1.16.5 - 36.1.6 to a folder on my pc. Then I ran the command gradlew genIntellijRuns but then I got all of these errors:

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Then in the readme I read about gradlew --refresh-dependencies and gradlew clean but they didn't solve it too.

This is the first time that I try to setup a modding environment and I can't get rid of those errors. I didn't change anything on any file. Could somebody help me further with this?

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How to fix your gradle build
An internal bug with Gradle may cause you to have issues with dependencies not resolving at https://files.minecraftforge.net/maven. Please run gradlew --refresh-dependencies in a terminal inside the project to force upgrade to the latest ForgeGradle version, which fixes this issue and uses the new maven endpoint at https://maven.minecraftforge.net. It is also highly recommended to change any links in your build.gradle to use this new endpoint as well.

 

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