OC XNet Driver
In other words, it brings a possibility combined with OpenComputers and XNet.
It’s presently unrestricted. For instance, it’s possible for you to transfer a huge amount in no time.
getConnectedBlocks(): sends back a table with blocks linked to the net
getSupportedCapabilities(pos[, side]): creates a list of possibilities
getItem(pos[, side]): returns a table with everything in inventory
getFluids(pos[, side]): fluids in the tank
getEnergy(pos[, side]): have capacity and saved energy of the handler
transferItem(sourcePos, sourceSlot, amount, targetPos[, sourceSide[, targetSide]]): move objects between 2 inventories
transferFluid(sourcePos, amount, targetPos[, fluidName][, sourceSide[, targetSide]]): deliver fluids between two tanks
transferEnergy(sourcePos, amount, targetPos[, sourceSide[, targetSide]]): do the same for energy between 2 handlers
store(sourcePos, sourceSlot, database, entry[, sourceSide]): keep a stack from somewhere in the XNet in a database upgrade
OC XNet Driver mod offers many addons. Install Minecraft Forge to roll them out!
How to OC XNet Driver Mod
Here is the best guide to help you launch OC XNet Driver
- Firstly, make sure that you have successfully installed Minecraft Forge and Mantle Mod!
- Set the right location for the Minecraft application folder
- From the Windows, please access Run on the Start Menu. Then, type “%appdata%” and choose the Run button.
- From the Mac Open Finder, press down Alt and Left-click on Go -> Library on the top-screen menu bar. Enter the folder Application Support and search for “Minecraft”!
- Drop the mod OC XNet Driver that you have already downloaded (.jar file) into the Mods directory!
- After you embark on Minecraft and left-click on the Mods icon, you will find OC XNet Driver is set up!