Package Details: multimc5 0.5.1-4

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Package Base: multimc5
Description: Minecraft launcher with ability to manage multiple instances.
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Keywords: launcher minecraft
Licenses: Apache
Conflicts: multimc5-git
Submitter: vorpalblade
Maintainer: vorpalblade
Last Packager: vorpalblade
Votes: 24
Popularity: 1.370980
First Submitted: 2015-06-06 11:37
Last Updated: 2017-08-18 00:24

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vorpalblade commented on 2017-08-18 00:20


I was running Ubuntu for awhile, and the official client appears to drop data into ~/.local/share/multimc instead of ~/.local/share/multimc5

The 0.5.1-4 version ONLY has this change.

Everything else remains the same.

For those using Ubuntu and the official multimc client this will (hopefully) reduce the duplication in their home directories.

For those that want to run multimc with the previous default directory, use: [PREVIOUS_DATA_DIR]

ainola commented on 2017-05-30 00:14

I had the following installed:

java-environment-common 2-2
java-runtime-common 2-2
jdk7-openjdk 7.u131_2.6.9-1
jre7-openjdk 7.u131_2.6.9-1
jre7-openjdk-headless 7.u131_2.6.9-1
jre8-openjdk 8.u121-1
jre8-openjdk-headless 8.u121-1

Thanks for including the patch! That was damn fast.

vorpalblade commented on 2017-05-29 23:50


I have now updated this package with the upstream patch.

As far as jdk8-openjdk goes for building, did you have another version installed, and if so, what was it?

I have attempted to force jdk8 or later with java-environment>=8, so jdk8-openjdk should be installed for the build phase.

ainola commented on 2017-05-29 23:23

Apparently this doesn't compile with GCC 7. This has been fixed upstream in their develop branch. Consider adding this patch:

Relevant bug report:

ainola commented on 2017-05-29 23:18

jdk8-openjdk was not pulled in as a hard dep, so I got the same Cmake errors as Aurelio until I installed the package manually.

vorpalblade commented on 2017-02-12 23:29

I have just updated this package to version 0.5.1.

There was NOT a bump to the version in the MultiMC repository even though there was a release.

The version number is under application/CMakeLists.txt for those who are wondering.

HanFox commented on 2017-01-16 00:27

That has solved it. Thanks muchly, vorpalblade.

vorpalblade commented on 2017-01-15 17:05


I think I've fixed it now.
I don't know why it didn't happen to me when I was testing. Maybe there was a leftover library or something?

It should work now though.

HanFox commented on 2017-01-15 16:41

This doesn't seem to want to run for me since the 0.5.0 update:

+ main
+ variables
+ NAME=multimc5
+ '[' '' ']'
+ '[' '' ']'
+ '[' -d /home/hanfox/.local/share ']'
+ DATA_DIR=/home/hanfox/.local/share/multimc5
+ echo /home/hanfox/.local/share/multimc5
+ mkdir --parents /home/hanfox/.local/share/multimc5
+ /usr/lib/multimc5/MultiMC5 --dir /home/hanfox/.local/share/multimc5
+ /usr/lib/multimc5/MultiMC --dir /home/hanfox/.local/share/multimc5
/usr/bin/multimc5: line 24: /usr/lib/multimc5/MultiMC5: No such file or directory
MultiMC Dir: /usr/lib/multimc5
No missing dependencies found.
chmod: changing permissions of '/usr/lib/multimc5/bin/MultiMC': Operation not permitted
/usr/lib/multimc5/bin/MultiMC: error while loading shared libraries: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory

mate_amargo commented on 2016-11-18 00:44


Make sure you have a working java-jdk.
You can check the status with:
$ archlinux-java status

And to change it:
$ archlinux-java set java-8-jdk

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