Installing with Prism Launcher or ATLauncher
Go to the Releases page of this repository and download
GalacticFactory - Prism Launcher.zip or
GalacticFactory - ATLauncher.zip, depending on your launcher
Alternatively, you can use this link in your launcher instead of downloading the zip file manually.
# For Prism Launcher
# For ATLauncher
Installing with unsup
First, you need to download the
unsup_setup script compatible with your system.
If you're on Windows, use this link.
If you're on Linux or MacOS, use this link.
After that, follow the instructions below for your platform:
First, move the
unsup_setup script to your server's root folder (the folder that has your server .jar) and run it, then add the following to your
You'll also want to add the following line to your
unsup.ini file, under
After this, I recommend following the post-install guide:
✨ Post-install tips and tricks
Pre-loading chunks (Servers)
I highly recommend pre-loading your chunks so that you can prevent lag when players generate new ones. Chunky is included in GalacticFactory as of 0.2.0, here are a few basic commands to pre-load with the mod. Keep in mind that pre-loading can take quite a long time, and you should probably do it when people aren't online.
Choose the world, replacing
minecraft:overworld with the corresponding world:
chunky world minecraft:overworld
Choose the radius to pre-load, replacing 2500 with how much you want to do:
chunky radius 2500
After choosing the world and the radius, start pre-loading:
Create a new 1.20.1 Forge instance, and go to your settings page.
Then, move the
unsup_setup file to your instance's
.minecraft folder and run it. You can click the
Folder button to open your instance's folder.
Scroll down in your settings page until you find the
Java category. Click the
Override global java arguments button, then put the following argument into your
Java arguments field.
Launch the game, and the modpack will automatically download itself and update on launch.
If your launcher supports custom JVM arguments, move the
unsup_setup file into your instance's
.minecraft folder and run it, then add the following argument to your JVM arguments.
Modifying Optional Content
This modpack includes some mods that are optional. You can turn these on or off in the Unsup Installation GUI.
- Delete the
.unsup-state.jsonfile in your
- Make sure you have hidden files set to show up in File Explorer.
- Start the game.
- Click on the mods you'd like to install. Hovering over a mod's name will show its description.
OK. You're done!