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Technic Launcher crashes while trying to install, when trying to reinstall (without deleting .technic) it immediately crashes. [B#347] 2016/10/21 13:28:30 [INFO] Console Mode Activated [B#347] 2016/10/21 13:28:30 [SEVERE] java.io.FileNotFoundException: File '/home/owner/.technic/assets/launcher/OpenSans+Cyberbit.ttf' does not exist [B#347] 2016/10/21 13:28:30 [SEVERE] at org.apache.commons.io.FileUtils.openInputStream(FileUtils.java:299) [B#347] 2016/10/21 13:28:30 [SEVERE] at net.technicpack.ui.lang.ResourceLoader.getFontByName(ResourceLoader.java:76) [B#347] 2016/10/21 13:28:30 [SEVERE] at net.technicpack.ui.lang.ResourceLoader.getFont(ResourceLoader.java:318) [B#347] 2016/10/21 13:28:30 [SEVERE] at net.technicpack.ui.lang.ResourceLoader.getFont(ResourceLoader.java:314) [B#347] 2016/10/21 13:28:30 [SEVERE] at net.technicpack.launcher.autoupdate.TechnicRelauncher.buildUpdaterTasks(TechnicRelauncher.java:114) [B#347] 2016/10/21 13:28:30 [SEVERE] at net.technicpack.autoupdate.Relauncher.runAutoUpdater(Relauncher.java:97) [B#347] 2016/10/21 13:28:30 [SEVERE] at net.technicpack.launcher.LauncherMain.main(LauncherMain.java:193) [B#347] 2016/10/21 13:28:30 [WARNING] Unable to load users from /home/owner/.technic/users.json because it does not exist. [B#347] 2016/10/21 13:28:31 [INFO] Starting download of http://launcher.technicpack.net/resources/OpenSans+Cyberbit.ttf, with 3 tries remaining [B#347] 2016/10/21 13:28:40 [INFO] Expected MD5: 94a9d4cbcb9ceaa25000fa303fa81acc Calculated MD5: 94a9d4cbcb9ceaa25000fa303fa81acc [B#347] 2016/10/21 13:28:40 [INFO] Starting download of http://launcher.technicpack.net/resources/Raleway+FireflySung.ttf, with 3 tries remaining [B#347] 2016/10/21 13:28:49 [INFO] Expected MD5: b62087eb4b11746987c800c0512890ef Calculated MD5: b62087eb4b11746987c800c0512890ef [B#347] 2016/10/21 13:28:49 [INFO] Starting download of http://mirror.technicpack.net/resources/aether-dep.jar, with 3 tries remaining [B#347] 2016/10/21 13:28:52 [INFO] Expected MD5: EBF34784444ABCB976F77C9E23692057 Calculated MD5: ebf34784444abcb976f77c9e23692057 [B#347] 2016/10/21 13:28:52 [INFO] OS: linux [B#347] 2016/10/21 13:28:52 [INFO] Identified as linux
Unio posted a topic in Platform PagodaGuide to install and run the Technic Launcher in Linux Mint 17/Ubuntu 14: Q: Why is this guide necessary? A: Because I've had difficulty finding a guide online that actually worked. And I want to share my solution with the community. Tip: Copy the commands one at the time, and middle click/mousewheel click in Terminal to paste. Step 1: Uninstall Java, to make sure you get the correct Java version installed. Run the following in Terminal: sudo apt-get-purge openjdk* Step 2: Install Oracle Java 7. Run the following commands in Terminal: sudo add-apt-repository ppa:webupd8team/java sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install oracle-java7-installer Step 3: Download Technic Launcher. From http://technicpack.net/download click on the 'Linux' button, and download the .jar file. Step 4: Move the .jar file to where you want the Launcher to be. I'd recommend Desktop. Don't worry. You'll get to pick where to install the Launcher later. Step 5: Allow the .jar file to run as a program. Right click the .jar file > Properties > Permissions Make sure the box is ticked next to 'Allow executing file as program' Don't close the properties window. Step 6: Make the .jar file run in Java. If you've closed the properties window, see Step 5. Go to Properties > Open With Scroll down the list, until you find 'Oracle Java 7 Runtime' Click on 'Oracle Java 7 Runtime' and set as default. You can now close the Properties window. Step 7: Install the Launcher. It should be as simple as a doubleclick on the .jar file. Just follow the instructions. When the Launcher loads, close it again. Now you should be good to go. Step 8 (Optional): Rename and choose a new icon for the Launcher. Right-click the .jar file > Properties > Basic To rename the file, just edit the text. To choose a new icon, click on the icon to the left. If you don't already have a path to your icon of choice, open 'Home' and navigate to the folder containing the image. Then copy the path. Now follow Step 8. Paste the path as location, and choose your new icon and click Open. Now you should have a working Launcher, with custom icon and name. Enjoy.
With the next upgrade in Minecraft and Minecraft mods progressing into 1.7.2, more and more mods are dropping support for Java 6. Before upgrading Java make sure your computer supports it by checking here: http://java.com/en/download/help/sysreq.xml Unlike Windows and Mac, major Linux distributions such as Ubuntu, Fedora or Red Hat Enterprise Linux offer OpenJDK as their default Java SE implementation. 32-bit vs 64-bit and what does it mean? Long story short, you cannot run a computer with more memory than 4GB if you use 32-bit. Technic recommends using 64-bit versions of Java (if supported). This allows more memory for Minecraft to use. Questions or how to check your system can be found here: Windows users: http://windows.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/32-bit-and-64-bit-windows Mac users: http://support.apple.com/kb/ht3696 Linux users: http://stackoverflow.com/a/246014 If you are needing to upgrade your Java install, grab a copy from here http://java.com/en/download/manual.jsp and follow these guides: Windows Users: Check what version of Java your running by going here: http://java.com/en/download/uninstallapplet.jsp Or checking your installed programs by going to: Control Panel -> Programs and Features and following this guide: http://java.com/en/download/help/windows_offline_download.xml Mac Users: You have special requirements for installing/uninstalling Java on your computers Please read CLOSELY here: http://java.com/en/download/faq/java_mac.xml If you cannot uninstall Java 6, install Java 7 and then follow thses steps: Next start the Java Preferences app from /Applications/Utilities Drag Java 7 to the top of the list like in the screenshot. This will make locally run Java applications use Java 7 instead of Java 6. You can uncheck the Java 6 options if you do not want them to be allowed to run. This section is for the Java runtime for local applications, and has nothing to do with the web plugin. Linux Users: Ubuntu and Fedora users: http://openjdk.java.net/install/ Red Hat, SUSE, Oracle, Oracle Enterprise, SLES users: http://java.com/en/download/help/linux_install.xml After you have installed Java 7, check to make sure it is installed here: http://java.com/en/download/installed.jsp Hope this helps clear things up! EDIT: Add Mac instructions.