appleschloss

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  1. My friends and I are all experiencing the same problem, so whatever it is, it is technic wide.
  2. I dont know whats happening but its definitely not just you. My friends and I are all experiencing the same problem.
  3. Sorry, I dont have an answer, but my friends and I are all also experiencing this problem with mods we were playing hours ago today.
  4. See I was looking over/following that tutorial but this warning at the top WARNING: Please note that running server software on your computer without a clear understanding of what you are doing may seriously harm your system and lead to vulnerabilities. Left me very wary and I want to try and learn more about server software and what it does and good tips on RAM, websites to use for hosting, etc, so I don't leave my PC vulnerable, or just heck it up completely.
  5. Hey everyone. I've been interested in making a server for my custom modpack, but I know next to nothing about what to do, in every aspect. I've been trying to reach out to people via social media for advice, but I haven't gotten much response, so I wanted to reach out here. I *have* looked at the Technic Tutorial for running a server, but as someone who knows minimal about PCs (but can learn) and has an expensive PC that I don't want vulnerable for attacks, I would like some more information just about running servers in general. Like what is a speed for it to be at? Should I go thru a hosting site or not? If so which one? (I'm willing to pay). What do the numbers all even mean? Some of these expect me to know how to upkeep a server but I don't know any coding at all. I can do BBCode okay, but HTML is still a struggle for me. I do understand what RAM is and some basic things, but a lot of it I just want to be sure on and I'm not. What advice/steps would you give to someone who's never run a sever before but is interested in learning?
  6. Mine is doing this too and I don't know what I did wrong.