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I have some various mods and such that require something to be placed in the bin folder of Minecraft... but on Linux Ubuntu there is no bin folder. What should I do?

  • As of 1.6 there is no bin folder. Are you running 1.6.2? And are these mods and their install instructions actually for 1.6.2? – SevenSidedDie Aug 27 '13 at 1:25
  • I am running 1.6.2. Its Single Player Commands and it says that the WE.jar needs to be placed in the bin. Is their some bin replacement?? – TheFairySlayer Aug 27 '13 at 1:27
  • The install instructions are here on the official thread. I think you must be reading the instructions for 1.5. The instructions for 1.6 are above that and don't involve the old bin folder. – SevenSidedDie Aug 27 '13 at 1:33
  • Sorry to say this but... it does include the words... .minecraft/bin in those directions and they are the same ones. – TheFairySlayer Aug 27 '13 at 1:36
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    I found a link for this "Magic Launcher" thing and its a lot faster then you'd think. – TheFairySlayer Aug 27 '13 at 1:40
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Just create the folder. As of Minecraft 1.6 the actual game no longer uses a bin folder and therefore doesn't create one, but some few mods still use it. Creating it yourself will be no different than if Minecraft created it for you.

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If you are uncertain about the basics of modding, I highly recommend 'Magic launcher'.

This applet allows players to mod without fiddling around with META-inf and bin folder/directories and the mods can be turned on and off with the click of a check button.

Inexperienced modders can break thier MC by adding or removing classes without knowing whats going on. Good luck :)

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