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  1. ok, this is quite fortunate as I also own a multicraft server. So my advice to you would be first of all to get your /jar file sorted. To do this what you need to do is download the latest forge installer (or cauldron if you are able to get hold of a copy and you want plugins) and create yourself a nice new folder on your desktop. This folder is a plaeholder so call it what you want, inside create another folder and for simplicity sake call it jar. Then put your forge installer into this folder and run it using java. select install server and choose the jar folder inside your new folder and in
  2. who is your host? I realise with issues of my own getting my own pack to run on my server I'm probably not the best person to give advice on this, but I have successfully installed a custom modpack before on my third party server. Let me know who your host is and I may be able to give some help. Also how familiar are you with uploading folders to servers? I can run you through that to if you need help with it.
  3. So me and a friend own a multicraft server, but I'm having real problems trying to get my custom modpack to work on the server. I am using cauldron, and I'm fairly sure my /jar file isn't the issue as this exact set up works for my other modpack which has less mods. I can successfully make my other modpack work, but for some reason everytime I try with this pack I get the following error: 21.10 20:55:45 [server] SEVERE at net.minecraft.server.dedicated.DedicatedServer.func_71197_b(DedicatedServer.java:92) 21.10 20:55:45 [server] SEVERE at cpw.mods.fml.common.FMLCommonHandler.onServerStart(
  4. Midnight_Mare, lostkittybow, Prgrim and Merdius789 Got you all, welcome to Xeon! Hope you enjoy!
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