As a modpack owner, I've tried to integrate a github asset link from a release to the modpack direct link option. But it doesn't works. The platform doesn't want to accept my link from an asset linked to the release (except for the "source code" zip link). Has anyone an idea?
Thank you very much
I'm trying to effeciently hook up an steam turbine...
I have a max high pressure boiler (should produce 720mb/t of steam.. but how the hell do i draw this steam out at this rate?
Best (non-effective-enough) method i could come up with is: Emerald Fluid Pipe on 12 places on one side of the boiler (12x 40mb/t =) 480mb/t ?!.... these would go in obsidian fluid pipes and those would go into 12 (!) fluid ports?? This seems really over the top right...
So even 12 of these pipes on the sides is not enough to draw the steam out... or are my calculations wrong?
Since liquiducts are not available.. or is there a good alternative??
So, I used to use copy to host my modpack ( Mine Of duty BO II ), but unfortunately, this site is going to close soon and i need another site/platform to host my modpack. On dropbox it generates too much traffic and my account gets cancelled every time, on google drive, the direct link is not working because it requires an manual confirmation because of the size of the pack and google drive can't check if there are any virus on it. So I discovered one drive, I had got the direct link and it worked perfectly, but when I pasted it on the mdpack location, it simply said:"The Modpack Location you entered is not a valid location." here is the link: https://onedrive.live.com/downlaod?resid=71A195C119A4E6FF!687
I need help preferably fast ( and sorry for anything in my inglish, this is not my first language )
Can someone suggest a file host that they have confirmed WILL work with Technic with minimal effort and preferably zero cost that is not the following:
Dropbox (Bandwidth limit)
Google Drive (despite fulfilling Technic requirements, not recognized as a valid link)
The pinned topic has so far not helped me due mainly to outdated info.
So, I built myself a turbine and a reactor to actually power the turbine with steam. Problem is I can't seem to find a way to make my reactor make more milibuckets per tick. Cause no matter what I do... I can't figure out how to speed up the actuall transfer of water into the reactor. I always end up with like 10-100mb/t. Since BC pipes allow me to transfer maximum of 80mB/t (obsidian pipes) I don't really know what to do. Oh and I don't know how to "pump" the water so fast... I'm a beginner after all I'd be happy if someone helped me out... It's really annoys me. Thanks ^^