That's weird. Just the other day I installed Java 8. I even reinstalled it twice to try to fix the modpack problem. Is there something I'm missing?[08:18:04] [main/INFO] [FML/]: Java is Java HotSpot(TM) 64-Bit Server VM, version 1.6.0_65, running on Mac OS X:x86_64:10.11.6, installed at /Library/Java/JavaVirtualMachines/1.6.0.jdk/Contents/Home
Update your Java, you're running Java 6, you need at least Java 7, preferably Java 8 update 171/2. You can get Java from https://www.java.com.
Yeah, Dezil told me to do that too. It didn't work.Have you tried force updating the modpack in the launcher?
To do that, right click the modpack in the launcher, and choose "force update". Choosing "hard force update" re-downloads the entire modpack, and deletes any saved worlds as well, so if you choose that option, make sure to back up your worlds if you don't want to lose them.
Okay, so i found that it's running Java 1.6.0_65. Thank you so much. How can I run Java 8?Check that your new Java has installed properly. Open a Terminal (CMD + Space, then type "terminal") and enter "java -version", see what version it tells you. Also, check that you don't have more than one Java in your PATH by typing "echo $PATH" while you're in the terminal, and see what paths it's using.
I can't find any Java folder in the Library.
All that came up was:What about the PATH variable, what'd it say when you checked it? And a quick Google tells me the location should be /Library, not /System/Library, so check there.