Any way we can get rid of the modloader dependency?
The ModLoader facilitates the game hook for the constant update. So: I am not really planning to do it.
Why would you need that?
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Anxiously awaiting a linux version!
Have you tried the Alpha version yet? It contains a library that was compiled under Ubuntu 10.10 32-Bit.
If you are up to it take the sources and try to compile the library your self (there is a make.sh already included), use the mod's Alpha Release and replace the .so-library with yours.
IMPORTANT NOTICE: v2.0 will not work together with v1.x!!! Sorry! Those of you who are using 1.x should upgrade to 2.0 immediately otherwise you will not hear people with 2.0 positionally (and vise-versa)!
Remove build_* folders and run make.sh.
Running make.sh will (on success) create "build_linux32/libmod_MumbleLink.so" (32bit) and "build_linux64/libmod_MumbleLink_x64.so" (64bit).
Place the one that applies to you into your execution directory of minecraft (or into "~/.minecraft/bin/natives/mumbleLink").
Note: The script might throw errors because one version of the library could not be compiled (usually 64bit) - you should however check (in the locations mentioned above) if one was compiled and that one will probably work for you.
When running Mumble and then joining a minecraft server you should see "Minecraft linked" in the mumble chat-log after a few seconds.
And if it works please post your compiled libraries for they might help others :smile.gif:.
This looks like the problem occurs before mod_MumbleLink is even loaded. More precisely it appears to be a problem that occurs when ModLoader starts. The ZipException tells me that the minecraft.jar might be corrupted. This can be due to a problem related to the program that you are using to modify the jar. I am guessing that "Power Archiver" is messing up that file.
Please try 7-Zip as an alternative (its free).
- updated for Minecraft beta 1.4 (+ MCP2.10 + ModLoader)
- fixed: starting order of Mumble vs Minecraft now does not matter
- added: optional feature: world dependent linking (for future use)