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  1. First off, it's very possible that your old world will be incompatible with the mod updates, as block values are being changed. Otherwise it should follow that principle, yes.
  2. Right click the jar file, go to 'Open With' and chose 'Java 7' or whatever has 'Java 7' within it.
  3. You need both java 6 and 7. I recommend you delete the .techniclauncher folder and reinstall everything from the .exe once you've got both Java 6 and 7 on your computer again. Also, make sure that the java versions you download are for your OS. If you have Windows 7 64bit, then download the windows 7 64 bit copies of Java. Make sure that they are the right versions for your OS or you WILL run into problems.
  4. It's going to release the same time you get the dick out of your ass and read the rules. Don't ask for ETAs. It'll be done when it's damn well done.
  5. Please read this thread http://forums.technicpack.net/index.php/topic,2834.0.html Also, when encountering bugs such as this, or any other bug, please scour the Tekkit SMP Bug Board for answers. It isn't Linux, it's you.
  6. If I'm not mistaken, you can configure Lockette to protect other blocks besides just chests and doors. All you need to do is put the item id and data value into the config and it should become a protectable block.
  7. Are you trying to edit the default permissions that is generated with the server, or are you using another plugin such as Group Manager or Permissions Ex?
  8. I'm going to assume that your 'old vanilla SMP' world directory is from before 1.2.*. Please correct me if I'm wrong. As to what is causing your world to revert back a few months, I have next to no idea. I had a very similar problem back when I was running a Bukkit server. Whilst trying to update the maps to 1.2.* the map would revert itself 2 weeks from the point at which I updated. I drudged up a baseless theory about the Anvil system and how it was possible that it was causing the reverting issue, as there was nothing else I could see that was causing it. I also found that when I would a
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