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Mac Fix For Launcher On Mac (Minecraft Crashes Immediately)
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It is understood that the mac launcher doesn't work, minecraft crashes on launch.
You'll be able to obtain an app file to do this for you
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The full course of for launching correctly is
1. Save the launcher jar on the Desktop in a folder called ftb
2. Open terminal and kind
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Samuel Fielder
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Thank you A lot!!!!
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natchu96
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IT LIVES!!!!!
Googled it. came up with Automator workflows saved as utility format. Effectively, that was simple O_0
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natchu96 stated:
IT LIVES!!!!!
Thanks! Now if only there was a way to do that without copy-pasting your post into the terminal every time.
Googled it. came up with Automator workflows saved as application format. Well, that was straightforward O_zero
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There's a plan (I'm fairly sure) to release the launcher in application format for mac that may do that. (Will be linked changing the crossed out space on the primary submit). Nonetheless, good answer.
Slydsooz
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thanks a lot!!! It solved Every little thing for me
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thanks!!!
Sir_Squ
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Sticky?
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emcginnis
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Identical to with Vanilla server you can make a launch.command file
Heres a one I threw collectively based on the code above
Simply unzip and drop it into the same folder you've gotten the FTB.jar in and double click.
When you get an error saying it doesn't have permission, open a brand new terminal window sort in without the quotes "sudo chmod +x (drag launch.command here)" then hit enter.
Make certain you have a space between the "+x" and the file path.
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Have any of you tried simply starting it with this:
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cd ~/Desktop/ftb/ java -jar FTB_Launcher.jar
This has worked for me. I find it weird though that the game can not run with out starting it this fashion. Especially because it doesn't throw any errors, but simply closes...
Have anybody investigated the trigger for the odd conduct when launching the jar by double clicking it, or is it still a mystery why it acts the way in which it does?
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Komoden said:
Have any of you tried simply starting it with this:
Code:
cd ~/Desktop/ftb/ java -jar FTB_Launcher.jar
This has worked for me. I find it weird although that the sport can not run without starting it this fashion. Especially because it doesn't throw any errors, however merely closes...
Have anyone investigated the trigger for the odd habits when launching the jar by double clicking it, or is it still a mystery why it acts the way in which it does?
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If you have java 7 installed it is not going to work on OS X. If you have an interest, read http://lwjgl.org/discussion board/index.php?subject=4711.0 .
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Komoden
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I've Java 7 put in... and it really works high-quality for me.. at the very least im 98% certain i've Java 7, must examine when i get back house..
I do know of the issues with LWJGL, have been following the event of that thread for a while.. wanna get the brand new model. The one which ships with Minecraft has a nasty memoryleak with regards to age-changing in Mystcraft (presumably also Nether/End, but unsure)
Dravarden
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emcginnis mentioned:
Just like with Vanilla server you can also make a launch.command file
Heres a one I threw collectively based on the code above
http://dl.dropbox.com/u/16704552/launch.command.zip
Simply unzip and drop it into the identical folder you will have the FTB.jar in and double click on.
For those who get an error saying it does not have permission, open a brand new terminal window sort in without the quotes "sudo chmod +x (drag launch.command here)" then hit enter.
Be certain that you've got an area between the "+x" and the file path.
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This one works the very best, thanks!
Also, you can do an alias and put it wherever you need, and rename it however you want
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DarklingGX
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- Nov 15, 2012
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Hallelujah! It exists!
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Ashzification
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You can download an app file to do that for you
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Do you mind if I embody this fix on my CP&S document?
That is what I might put:
# Mac crash errors and Login issues: check out this thread here: the OP
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portablejim said:
It is understood that the mac launcher does not work, minecraft crashes on launch.
To repair it run
Code:
export JAVA_House=/System/Library/Frameworks/JavaVM.framework/Versions/1.6/Dwelling
in terminal simply earlier than launching the launcher from terminal.
I had the identical downside however how can I begin minacraft?? the place is the folder java frameworks? the code I must insert it into the terminal of mac
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Snickerdoodlz
- Nov 20, 2012
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It works! Thank you pic
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longboarderpbc
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what do you mean by open the terminal
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portablejim
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longboarderpbc mentioned:
what do you imply by open the terminal
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You can open the terminal in two methods:
- Go to Finder, click on "Purposes", scroll down to "Utilities" and double click to open it. Scroll right down to "Terminal" and double click on it.
- Hit Command + Space (to open highlight) and type "Terminal" (with out the quotes).
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Haidy777
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portablejim mentioned:
The full process for launching properly is
1. Save the launcher jar on the Desktop in a folder known as ftb
2. Open terminal and kind
Code:
cd ~/Desktop/ftb/ export JAVA_Residence=/System/Library/Frameworks/JavaVM.framework/Variations/1.6/Home java -jar FTB_Launcher.jar
3. The launcher ought to launch and work correctly
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Thanks. Its now it is working again.

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