Forge Modloader for Minecraft. This is a topic for the new forge mod loader project, FML. Starting out as a server side only, then embracing bukkit mod loading, it now encompasses the client as well.
For most of you, you’ll be getting this as part of forge or the minecraftportcentral integrated build, automatically, no work required. However, it is available standalone if you wish to run a server or client without forge but with modloading capability.
It started as a mod loading system for the server side of use. Then, it was upgraded for the bukkit use. Finally, it’s available for the client side as well! The FML for Minecraft can now be used without Minecraft Forge both on the client and server side with full modloading capability. It is also completely compatible with ModLoader based mods and just as I mentioned earlier, it works for both client and server versions.
In addition, the FML will provide support for basic texture packs that are in HD. However, it will only be effective for HD texture packs of resolution up to 128x. It will also work with some texture packs of 256x resolution, but the current version will only effectively cover until 128x. For full HD features, installation of OptiFine is recommended. But no worries! FML will enhance the operation of OptiFine.
This must be the best mod loader ever! For further and clearer information, check the README text in the zip file. It will definitely help you guys more, especially if you are one of the developers. Try it right now and see how effective the newest mod loader is!
Forge Modloader Installation
To install the binary, unzip, put into minecraft.jar file. Deleting META-INF is strictly optional. To run a dedicated server put the fml universal binary in the same directory as minecraft_server.jar and then run java -jar .zip.
- Download the Forge Modloader
- Extract the mod file.
- Open the “run” search bar and type “%appdata%”.
- Open .minecraft folder.
- Open up the minecraft.jar found in the bin folder using 7-zip of winrar.
- For servers, move the contents in the downloaded mod file into the minecraft_server.jar.
- For clients, move the contents in the downloaded mod file into the minecraft.jar.
- Delete META-INF.
- Done and Enjoy!
For MC 1.5.2 : http://files.minecraftforge.net/fml/
For MC 1.5.1 : http://files.minecraftforge.net/fml/
For MC 1.5 : http://files.minecraftforge.net/fml/fml-universal-1.5-18.104.22.1687.zip
Credits to cpw.
Category: Minecraft Tools