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Hello Minecraftians! Today I have released my first OpenComputers Program. Bellow I have screenshots and details. Please leave feedback :)


OpenReactors is a program to monitor your BigReactor's reactor, Requirements are listed below


  • Tier 2 Screen (Tier 3 recommended)
  • Tier 2 Graphics card
  • Internet Card (to download the program)



run pastebin get x8G9XRrt open-reactors.lua



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Saddamo, This application doesn't need much more information. once downloaded and ran it will guide you through with an install wizard :D, Somethings to note, that hopefull most people should know if they are using this program, is that the reactor needs a computer port and has to be connected to your computer. Second thing is that you need a touch compatible computer, which is why I said, under requirements, you need a tier 2 graphics card and screen.

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is there a way to make this work with access points? If so how?

I want some way to be able to wirelessly connect multiple reactors but I don't want to wire it all due to space.

btw: I have absolutely no previous coding experience except basic on a calculator.

when I say multiple, I mean multiple computers and multiple reactors but separate networks, my problem is space required

Sangar: please don't triple-post.

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is there any way you could tweak this program to check the power levels in a network?


I have ender io capacitor banks storing excess power but the reactor doesnt take them into account when checking power levels and I would like it to.


Awesome program btw, shame it does not control the rods by the look of it could that be added?

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just so you know, this is no longer working with the latest update of open reactors


throws error:


bad argument #1 (string expected, got nil)

stack traceback:

[C]: in function 'error'

machine:631: in function 'spcall'

machine:1245: in function 'proxy'

/reactor.lua:87: in function 'main'

/reactor.lua:390: in main chunk

(...tail calls...)

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