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Introducing the Huss Labs modpack… Taking inspiration from one of the original Husscraft builds, Huss Labs is a Sci-Fi/Tech pack for Minecraft 1.7.10. So what sets it apart from all the other Tech-based modpacks? World Generation: Combining Biomes O’Plenty with Realistic World Generation, to create some of the most stunning minecraft landscapes you’ve ever seen. Intergration: Bringing together mods which compliment each other. Mad Science: Whether you want to role-play as Rick Sanchez, or infect your friends with a deadly virus, this is the pack for you! New Mobs: From seeing new animals in the wild, to bringing extinct species back to life, there are always discoveries to be made. Security: Protect your base with keypad locks and cctv cameras. https://www.technicpack.net/modpack/huss-labs-10.1172762 Feedback and constructive criticism greatly appreciated. This is my first public modpack!
Hey guys, hope to get some help here while I'm trying to resolve my problem since yesterday morning. I want to use Solder with my Modpack. The configuration and installation worked fine, I installed all dependencies for Solder and got no errors. I created new mods in Solder, made a modpack and linked it to my modpack here on technicpack.net. Everything worked fine until now. I've tried to roll out a now build for my modpack, but the mod version under my modpacks name isn't refreshing. The Technic Launcher is just showing Version 1.0, but I can't download it, getting just an error that a specific .zip file couldn't be downloaded. I've tried to mess around with my version numbers to point out that this isn't the problem. It wasn't. I hope someone can help my with this problem, here are my server specs: Debian 7 LAMP installation with Plesk 12 PHP 5.4.36 Up-to-date Composer installation ' alt='' class='ipsImage' width="1000px" height="281px">"> ' alt='' class='ipsImage' width="1000px" height="329px">"> ' alt='' class='ipsImage' width="1000px" height="281px"> ' alt='' class='ipsImage' > ' alt='' class='ipsImage' width="1000px" height="329px">