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A smarter means of managing multiple minecraft installations on Linux. It downloads and installs Minecraft model on demand, including all the suitable libraries and property. Pairs effectively with the minecraft server launcher for Linux.- Supports the normal (aka vanilla/mainline) and Forge Minecraft variations on-demand set up.- Works with offline sport profiles- Permits a number of versions, participant profiles, and game mod configurations to be accessible at the same time.- Retains game belongings separate from profiles and versioned libraries for simpler file administrationWorkingPrerequisites: ensure you've gotten the next instruments put in: jq,unzip,curl, sha1sumRunning: ./begin- To run a Forge model add a suffix "-forge" to the version, for instance ./start 1.17.10-forge player1.- To see what regular and Forge variations are at present accessible for installation, run the script with a non-existing version, like this ./start zero player1, ./start 0-forge player1- To create a sport profiles with the same game model and same player identify, for instance to check out different mods, specify a name of this profile because the last argument ./beginTroubleshooting1. Delete the version subfolder underneath "versons" and re-run it to obtain and rebuild all the pieces. The versions and player profiles are kept in separate folders, so you possibly can remove variations without removing participant configuration.2. If #1 didn't work for a Forge model, take away each the Forge and the the corresponding mainline model folders below "variations" and run it once more to re-download every thing.How so as to add it to the KDE desktopTo get the minecraft icon and the desktop link clone this repo, To install the icon runsudo set up -Dm644 minecraft-launcher.svg /usr/share/icons/hicolor/symbolic/apps/minecraft-launcher.svgThen change the desktop file to run this launcher and make it out there domesticallycp minecraft-launcher.desktop ~/.native/share/plasma_icons/The way to do reproduce manually what this launcher does- Run the official java launcher. Login and start the game. The launcher will download all of the required files for the brand new model. You can see them on this manifest.- Discover the native libraries in the process title with ps -ef | grep java.library.path. Then copy that folder cp -a /tmp/folder $House/.minecraft/variations/$ver/$ver-natives. The native libraries might be discovered here.- Copy-paste the whole -cp argument from the java process, along with the java args to a run script. Run the script, plus belongings, libraries, and model folder what you need. be yourself; everyone else is already taken