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Having made a lot of Map Art myself, I've noticed many people overestimate how difficult it is. Making map art is time-consuming and resource-intensive, but it's something anyone can do with relative ease. All my map arts are shown here.
Litematica is a mod that can save a minecraft build - really, any area of the world - and display it somewhere else in "ghost block" form so you can see what you need to build where to recreate the original build.
The Fabric Mod Loader itself can be gotten from - if you have a working Java installaton on your PC, download the JAR version and double click it. Else, download the EXE installer, run it, and tell the SmartScreen to shut up. (If you're not on Windows, you'll need the JAR version). You need to stop Minecraft and the Launcher before doing this.
In all cases, make sure you download a file for your Minecraft version. For example, the Fabric API is already available for the 1.17 weekly versions, but that will NOT work with 1.16.X. 1.16.4 and 1.16.5 are interchangeable, though.
Next to the "mods" folder, there is a "schematics" folder (you need to start Minecraft with Litematica once for it to exist, but you can create it yourself if you want to). Download the litematic file from our Discord: and move it into that "schematics" folder.
There's a lot more to know about Litematica, but these are the most important parts, and the videos linked above can tell you more. If you're all new to Litematica, I recommend creating a local superflat creative world, and playing around a bit in that; you can always delete the world if you really mess up, and you can get a feeling what you can do with the mod.
All M2U images are 3.10 kernel series. Is there a different libMali.so for this kernel series? When editing 3.10 kernel config, you are unable to compile mali as a module as you would in 3.4. Rather the only option is to compile it into the kernel.
Hallo people,I think that the kernel part of the mali driver is already part of the Git-Repository when you follow the path:BPI-M2U-bsp/linux-sunxi/modules/gpu/mali400/kernel_mode/driver/src/devicedrv/mali/And it seems that it is already build inBPI-M2U-bsp/Makefile#51in that area is also the ump.ko but it is removed with using_ump=0.It seems that we need the user space lib from arm to this version of mali-kernel driver. But exactly this one cannot be selected on the arm-Homepage.With -sunxi/sunxi-mali.git you have a method to select the right libmali.so, but sunxi ends to early with this solution, because you walk on the closed source way which is not the prefered one.If the solution for framebuffer driver is good enough there should be a way to get here, but this will be a single user way mit KODI-alone application.
but when i use command insmod. I get error: Invalid module format. I trying lot of options in command KDIR but without succes. modprobe tell me: module mali.ko not found in /lib/modulex/3.10.108-BPI-M2U-Kernel. nothing happend when I copy modules there.
thx oleks for tips. I compile bsp kernel on my old laptop and update system. I compile last driver from arm.developer site. but mali_drm.ko have some errors in dmesg (i download it from another site). I havent much time for play with banana. Im only study it.
The mod is question is Litematica, (with malilib), I have downloaded both for 1.18.1 and am using the 1.18.1 Minecraft forge loader. Both mods have been moved into the mods folder but will still not show up under the Mods tab when I load up the game. Both mods have the listed type as "Executable Jar File," so I'm not sure why it isn't working.
Some more information to note: I am trying to to load the mod into a world that I have been playing on for a bit, (solely 1.18, but I have some projects lined up here having a schematic is helpful), but I don't see that as being the reason it isn't working; I have some Vanilla tweaks resource packs loaded onto the same world; I am playing on a laptop, but it serves me well and as I said, mods have worked on it before and some larger modpacks as well, (those have been cleared off my hard drive so storage shouldn't be a problem).
I have tried everything I could think of, but it still hasn't worked: restarting and updating my laptop, signing out and back into the Minecraft launcher, downloading/installing the mods and forge in different orders, clearing out the previously used mods from the mod folder, etc.
After loading your game and loading into a world, all of your mods should be accessible. For some mods, they'll need to be installed on both the client and the server in order to work in multiplayer; you can read our guide on how to install Fabric mods for your server here: How to install Fabric Mods on your Minecraft Server 041b061a72