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Michiyo

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  1. no primary 'modem' available. It's looking for a component that provides "modem" Likely a network card, or a linked card.
  2. os_door is the old name of the door controller component, it was renamed in the port to 1.10+ and this script hasn't been updated to match. Change all instances of `os_door` to `os_doorcontroller` to resolve.
  3. When writing a script you have to require the component library with component = require("component") When running code directly from the Lua interpreter this line isn't needed.
  4. The door controller has to be touching the door, but it can be camouflaged, just click the block with any solid non tile entity block. Edit:Or... it should I just noticed an issue saying this was broken in the 1.12 port as well...
  5. Looks like your trying to run the program on an older OpenOS version or an older version of OpenComputers if the OC version is recent but you haven’t upgraded the OpenOS install you don’t have the new thread library.
  6. Have you installed OpenOS or are you running it directly from the floppy? Type install and let it copy everything to the HDD the floppy is read only.
  7. That's not what is meant by the "Address" you need the component address of the OC interface block, you can get this by using an OC Analyzer on the SGCraft interface, and then open chat and click the long UUID Address reported there, or you can run `components` at the computer shell, and copy the address by hand.
  8. I have to approve posts from members with less than X (Liz edit: that's currently set at 1) number of posts. After they reach the minimum their posts don't need approval, and until they are approved they don't show up in the thread at all.
  9. That's my fault.. I could have sworn I approved this post when it was posted, and it was sitting in my queue as seen. I noticed it when I went back and read a few pages of the thread.
  10. https://minecraft.curseforge.com/projects/opensecurity/files/2437630
  11. Examining for coremod candidacy OpenSecurity-1.7.10-1.0-103(1).jar You're running OpenSecurity 1.7.10.. in 1.10
  12. 1.10.2 builds are available on CurseForge now!
  13. Yeah, that sounds like you've somehow ran the cardwriter program.
  14. As I told you in the ticket, you CAN. NOT. print(keypad) that is *NOT* how events work. event = require("event") _,_, button, button_label = event.pull("keypad") print(button)
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