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  1. Hey Allie! What's it cost per month to run the server? If enough people were willing to cough up $2, $5, $10 per month (or more) we could probably cover the costs and then some... Just a thought, I'd like to see Circlecraft continue...
  2. Iron!

    Hey, you can PM me on Reddit (same username). If you find a good server, please do.

    I'll message you in case of the same.

    Giving consideration to going to the newest tekkiit version anyhow...



  3. Ally, (and Plow, perhaps Oak?) I understand why you're shutting down the server. I'm going to miss it, it's been my favorite lately. No complaints, just a small "thank you" for having put up the server in the first place. Thanks.
  4. Re: Bugs found in Tekkit 2.0 Got a doozy--seen it peripherally referenced on this thread but in an incomplete manner. Managed to kill my server by right-clicking on an Equivalent Exchange energy condensor while holding a buildcraft wrench. Throws the server for a loop--stops everything. Throws an error like so: 11:22:27 [sEVERE] java.lang.NullPointerException 11:22:27 [sEVERE] at net.minecraft.server.ItemStack.doMaterialsMatch( 11:22:27 [sEVERE] at ee.TileCondenser.extractItem( 11:22:27 [sEVERE] at buildcraft.transport.pipes.PipeItemsWood.checkExtract( 11:22:27 [sEVERE] at buildcraft.transport.pipes.PipeItemsWood.doWork( 11:22:27 [sEVERE] at buildcraft.transport.TileGenericPipe.doWork( 11:22:27 [sEVERE] at buildcraft.api.PowerProvider.update( 11:22:27 [sEVERE] at buildcraft.transport.TileGenericPipe.l_( 11:22:27 [sEVERE] at net.minecraft.server.World.tickEntities( 11:22:27 [sEVERE] at net.minecraft.server.MinecraftServer.w( 11:22:27 [sEVERE] at 11:22:27 [sEVERE] at 11:22:27 [sEVERE] Unexpected exception java.lang.NullPointerException at net.minecraft.server.ItemStack.doMaterialsMatch( at ee.TileCondenser.extractItem( at buildcraft.transport.pipes.PipeItemsWood.checkExtract( at buildcraft.transport.pipes.PipeItemsWood.doWork( at buildcraft.transport.TileGenericPipe.doWork( at buildcraft.api.PowerProvider.update( at buildcraft.transport.TileGenericPipe.l_( at net.minecraft.server.World.tickEntities( at net.minecraft.server.MinecraftServer.w( at at Repeats this error every time the chunk loads--and completely stalls/stops the server. Afterwards, server is still "running"--it will accept commands like 'help/stop/save-all' but it supplies no chunk data to users who attempt to connect. Client throws this error: [17:42:27] [sEVERE] Exception in thread "main" [17:42:27] [sEVERE] java.util.NoSuchElementException [17:42:27] [sEVERE] at java.util.Scanner.throwFor( [17:42:27] [sEVERE] at [17:42:27] [sEVERE] at org.spoutcraft.launcher.MD5Utils.parseChecksumFile( [17:42:27] [sEVERE] at org.spoutcraft.launcher.MD5Utils.updateMD5Cache( [17:42:27] [sEVERE] at org.spoutcraft.launcher.gui.LoginForm.loadLauncherData( [17:42:27] [sEVERE] at org.spoutcraft.launcher.gui.LoginForm.<init>( [17:42:27] [sEVERE] at org.spoutcraft.launcher.Main.main( Server can be restarted and runs fine--until somebody gets close enough that the (now flawed(?)) chunk is loaded, and then el crasho! Tried running Chunkster (bad, I know) to resolve it, but to no avail. Server is running on a headless Ubuntu Server Linux box, client is running a Lubuntu Linux computer. Both server and client are running the latest (as of today) jar (et al) downloaded from, running in default configuration.
  5. I am getting the exact same "Update Failed!" problem. One possible solution I'm trying--as I play both from work and home (don't tell) is packing up my working one and copying it wholesale to my non-working one, removing and replacing the non-working folder in entirety. I realise this likely isn't an option for most people, but just for research purposes I'd like to know, and am sharing my results with everybody. Doing this on my Linux boxes--I'll let you know how it turns out. Hmm, looks like I'll let you know on Monday as the file transfer will take more time than I have available here today.
  6. Re: Bugs found in Tekkit 2.0 Wooden Advanced Insertion Pipe bug - Item can be crafted as usual, place as usual, and right clicking on the placed item causes a 'white screen' in the client. Server doesn't show any error output. .technicpack/logs/launcher_.log show: [08:45:01] [sEVERE] java.lang.IndexOutOfBoundsException: Index: 37, Size: 37 [08:45:01] [sEVERE] at java.util.ArrayList.RangeCheck( [08:45:01] [sEVERE] at java.util.ArrayList.get( [08:45:01] [sEVERE] at cx.b(SourceFile:80) [08:45:01] [sEVERE] at cx.a(SourceFile:233) [08:45:01] [sEVERE] at abm.a( [08:45:01] [sEVERE] at zn.a(SourceFile:42) [08:45:01] [sEVERE] at kp.b( [08:45:01] [sEVERE] at abm.b( [08:45:01] [sEVERE] at iq.c(SourceFile:57) [08:45:01] [sEVERE] at net.minecraft.client.Minecraft.k( [08:45:01] [sEVERE] at net.minecraft.client.Minecraft.x( [08:45:01] [sEVERE] at [08:45:01] [sEVERE] at [08:45:12] [sEVERE] Exception in thread "Minecraft main thread" [08:45:12] [sEVERE] org.lwjgl.LWJGLException: X Error - disp: 0x9c7f7b0 serial: 2680 error: BadWindow (invalid Window parameter) request_code: 2 minor_code: 0 [08:45:12] [sEVERE] at org.lwjgl.opengl.LinuxDisplay.globalErrorHandler( [08:45:12] [sEVERE] at org.lwjgl.opengl.LinuxKeyboard.nSetDetectableKeyRepeat(Native Method) [08:45:12] [sEVERE] at org.lwjgl.opengl.LinuxKeyboard.setDetectableKeyRepeat( [08:45:12] [sEVERE] at org.lwjgl.opengl.LinuxKeyboard.destroy( [08:45:12] [sEVERE] at org.lwjgl.opengl.LinuxDisplay.destroyKeyboard( [08:45:12] [sEVERE] at org.lwjgl.input.Keyboard.destroy( [08:45:12] [sEVERE] at net.minecraft.client.Minecraft.d( [08:45:12] [sEVERE] at [08:45:12] [sEVERE] at