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I've seen posts with this happening tekkit on servers, however this is on a single player world I use. I have attempted re-installing the pack multiple times, and also on different versions of the tekkit launcher, and the same error comes up, with the game sometimes not even loading and closing itself down.

There are also text files within the crash-reports folder of TekkitMain saying the following whenever the game crashes (the detailed report is a bit too long to post):

---- Minecraft Crash Report ----
// You're mean.
 
Time: 28/06/16 12:40
Description: Exception in server tick loop
 
java.lang.NullPointerException
 at StevenDimDoors.mod_pocketDim.core.PocketManager.createAndRegisterBlacklist(PocketManager.java:697)
 at StevenDimDoors.mod_pocketDim.saving.DDSaveHandler.loadAll(DDSaveHandler.java:59)
 at StevenDimDoors.mod_pocketDim.core.PocketManager.loadInternal(PocketManager.java:442)
 at StevenDimDoors.mod_pocketDim.core.PocketManager.load(PocketManager.java:263)
 at StevenDimDoors.mod_pocketDim.EventHookContainer.onWorldLoad(EventHookContainer.java:114)
 at net.minecraftforge.event.ASMEventHandler_46_EventHookContainer_onWorldLoad_Load.invoke(.dynamic)
 at net.minecraftforge.event.ASMEventHandler.invoke(ASMEventHandler.java:39)
 at net.minecraftforge.event.EventBus.post(EventBus.java:108)
 at net.minecraft.server.integrated.IntegratedServer.func_71247_a(IntegratedServer.java:85)
 at net.minecraft.server.integrated.IntegratedServer.func_71197_b(IntegratedServer.java:107)
 at net.minecraft.server.MinecraftServer.run(MinecraftServer.java:445)
 at net.minecraft.server.ThreadMinecraftServer.run(SourceFile:583)
 
 
 

Any help would be appreciated to sort this out.

 

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3 hours ago, lost_embers said:

Just a bit of extra info - This only happens in this world for some reason (which happens to be my main one), and I've tried replacing the world with a copy to try and do... something... but nothing changed.

Pocket dimensions are corrupted, that unfortunately happens from time to time, seems to happen especially if the server didn't get to save correctly (read blackouts are bad for pocket dimensions). You should be able to find the folder in your world-save. Just remove it, you will lose anything in the pocket dimension though.

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17 hours ago, JaariAtmc said:

Pocket dimensions are corrupted, that unfortunately happens from time to time, seems to happen especially if the server didn't get to save correctly (read blackouts are bad for pocket dimensions). You should be able to find the folder in your world-save. Just remove it, you will lose anything in the pocket dimension though.

Thanks for that, deleted the 4 files (DIM1, DIM-1, DIM-100 and DimensionalDoors) and it worked perfectly. Luckily enough I didn't have anything in the dimensions.

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9 hours ago, lost_embers said:

Thanks for that, deleted the 4 files (DIM1, DIM-1, DIM-100 and DimensionalDoors) and it worked perfectly. Luckily enough I didn't have anything in the dimensions.

You wouldn't have had to delete DIM-1, as that is the nether, but you removed it already, so well, can't help that eh?

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44 minutes ago, JaariAtmc said:

You wouldn't have had to delete DIM-1, as that is the nether, but you removed it already, so well, can't help that eh?

I created a copy before I did anything, so it should be fine if I just put that in right?

And is it just DIM-1, or DIM1 and DIM-100 as well that are fine being kept?

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54 minutes ago, lost_embers said:

I created a copy before I did anything, so it should be fine if I just put that in right?

And is it just DIM-1, or DIM1 and DIM-100 as well that are fine being kept?

Dim-100 is usually the Deep Dark, but I dunno which world Dim1 is. You should be able to check with "/cofh tps".

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57 minutes ago, lost_embers said:

I created a copy before I did anything, so it should be fine if I just put that in right?

And is it just DIM-1, or DIM1 and DIM-100 as well that are fine being kept?

I've found that the Nether is DIM-1, the End is DIM1, but from my research DIM-100 is a dimension called "Deep Dark", which is a part of the Extra Utilities Mod.

When I've opened up my world save just now, all these files are now back on their own, and I hadn't entered the other dimensions yet at all, so I guess it doesn't matter any more.

7 minutes ago, JaariAtmc said:

Dim-100 is usually the Deep Dark, but I dunno which world Dim1 is. You should be able to check with "/cofh tps".

ah, thanks for the help you've provided, it's greatly appreciated.

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