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Demonwolf37

OPPM says it's installed but isn't 1.7.10

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I've gone through this loop several times where I install Oppm, try to run it, it says it isn't installed, try to install it, it says it's already installed.

 

Is the command to run Oppm NOT just 'oppm' (no quotes) as I was under the impression? 

 

I've seen a good number of people asking this on tutorials but no answers.  I don't know LUA in the slightest, I'm just following tutorials and what it says on the doccumentation website.  I'm running Minecraft 1.7.10 with other mods.

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Pay attention to what the installer says. It's where to install to, not what to install. You've been trying to install OPPM to a floppy disk or something, but you should've chosen the OpenOS filesystem instead to install it on the system HDD.

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18 minutes ago, Fingercomp said:

Pay attention to what the installer says. It's where to install to, not what to install. You've been trying to install OPPM to a floppy disk or something, but you should've chosen the OpenOS filesystem instead to install it on the system HDD.

That did it, thanks! 

I only put in 1 hard drive this time so it didn't prompt me where I wanted to install it just installed it in the only available slot. which helped!

Thank you!

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