Followed these steps, server is still crashing. attached log fileTo answer my own question…
How to run a material energy 4 server:
1. Start with the folder that FTB creates for single-player, make a copy of it somewhere and call it "ME4_server" instead
2. Download the vanilla 1.7.10 server, add to folder
3. Download latest Forge for 1.7.10, add to folder
4. Try launching Forge (using java -jar forge*) and remove mods that only work on client-side
I had to remove these:
Then I also had to upgrade Thermal Expansion. I went ahead and updated all three (cofh core, foundation, and expansion) from here: http://teamcofh.com/downloads/
Make sure to delete the previous version of each. These will also have to be added to any client trying to connect.
Aw man, cookies are in the legendary bag reward table in the latest update? I wonder if there are any bags in 1.0.4 that are worth spamming. I grew legendary bags for a while but after getting two full inventories of yellorium blocks I decided to give it a rest.snip
Just say this lol Maybe you should make Material Energy XPHere's a version of Fluxed Crystals that's less buggy, and should be drop-in-compatible in the current modpack (unlike the actual latest Fluxed Crystals, which has some mechanics changes and block ID changes). If you install this, remember to delete the old version.
I haven't tested it thoroughly though, but it seems to work at a quick glance. I can finally have my FC stuff inside a compact machine without having to stand inside the machine all the time!
Edit: You also need to go to <modpack folder>/minecraft/config/fluxedCrystals, and rename ME4.json to d_ME4.json.
Apparently version H loads JSON files in case-sensitive alphabetical order, but version L is case insensitive (and version H was in the modpack before, and my fixed one is based on version L), so if you don't rename this file, then the JSON files load in a different order, and crystal type IDs get assigned differently, which breaks some quests and reward bags.