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Hello guys, I have a BIG problem.
When I'm running a server, than will show this message:

[iNFO] Starting minecraft server version 1.4.7
[WARNING] To start the server with more ram, launch it as "java -Xmx1024M -Xms1024M -jar minecraft_server.jar"
[iNFO] Loading properties
[iNFO] Default game type: SURVIVAL
[iNFO] Generating keypair
[iNFO] Starting Minecraft server on *:25565
What can I do with this problem?
It is Tekkit_Lite_Server_0.6.5. I have 4GB RAM btw.
Please make a detailed instructions.
If I could receive any help, I would GREATLY appreciate it!
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In hope of helping somewhat . . . it sounds like based on what Plowman is recommending, that you may have the "latest version" of 32-bit Java (if not an outdated version) installed?


I was having major lag issues. The problem was that I had the "latest version" of 32-bit Java installed, but my OS is 64-bit. The reason for this was that I primarily use Firefox as my browser. Firefox does not have an "official" 64-bit version, and so, when you connect to the Java download page, it sees you are using a 32-bit browser and it limits you to the 32-bit version of Java; you do not even SEE the 64-bit version as an option to download.


There is a 64-bit version of Firefox, that is "unofficial" called "Nightly." By installing this, I was able to get 64-bit Java installed without having to fiddle with any other browser.


This problem is probably of only limited salience to your issue, but it might help to clarify the reasons why you do not have the "correct" version of Java installed, if in fact that is the source of your problem.

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What it boils down to is that the Java updater/installer is kind of crap. When you install from a browser it's basing things off of the browser and not your OS. When the updater does its thing it may or may not update you to the correct version/platform. The best way to always ensure you have the correct Java is to ONLY install it manually and only update it manually. Simply go to here ( http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/java/javase/downloads/index.html ) and download the latest Java 7 JRE (or JDK if you plan on developing mods/plugins) for your system's operating system/platform (64bit or 32bit).

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