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  1. Someone on the RP-1 Discord might be able to help you with those questions: https://discord.gg/V73jjNd
  2. Yup, it's working now. Thanks! Yeah, I definitely don't think it was caused by anything you did. And now to resume adding it to CKAN...
  3. Hi, these are all pre-releases and hence not on CKAN. Would you rather have us drop this dependency or use the older releases from https://github.com/StollD/KopernicusExpansion-Continued ?
  4. Hi, congrats on the release! I'm looking at this for CKAN, and I wanted to let you know that the .version file is only checked if it is included inside the download ZIP. Right now you've got one on the GitHub repo only.
  5. Hi, it looks like something went wrong with the SpaceDock download—it gives me a 404 error when I try to download. Can you try uploading it again?
  6. Have you tried following the RP-1 installation instructions? The step about configuring the compatible game versions would probably help: https://github.com/KSP-RO/RP-0/wiki/RO-&-RP-1-Express-Installation-for-1.12.3
  7. FYI, the git clone command fails on Windows because a filename contains a colon (":"): $ git clone https://github.com/net-lisias-ksp/TweakScale.git Cloning into 'TweakScale'... remote: Enumerating objects: 12360, done. remote: Counting objects: 100% (438/438), done. remote: Compressing objects: 100% (188/188), done. remote: Total 12360 (delta 254), reused 417 (delta 243), pack-reused 11922 Receiving objects: 100% (12360/12360), 217.86 MiB | 1.84 MiB/s, done. Resolving deltas: 100% (8393/8393), done. error: invalid path 'Docs/LMJ/[0.90] TweakScale - Rescale Everything! (v1.50 - 2014-12-24 10:40 UTC) - Add-on Releases - Kerbal Sp.01.pdf' fatal: unable to checkout working tree warning: Clone succeeded, but checkout failed. You can inspect what was checked out with 'git status' and retry with 'git restore --source=HEAD :/' Trying to create such a filename manually: I'll submit a fix pull request for this in a bit... ... and "KSPe" has the same problem but with a pipe: $ git clone https://github.com/net-lisias-ksp/KSPe.git Cloning into 'KSPe'... remote: Enumerating objects: 6984, done. remote: Counting objects: 100% (675/675), done. remote: Compressing objects: 100% (216/216), done. remote: Total 6984 (delta 489), reused 617 (delta 450), pack-reused 6309 Receiving objects: 100% (6984/6984), 14.34 MiB | 1.93 MiB/s, done. Resolving deltas: 100% (4731/4731), done. error: invalid path 'Docs/RecomendedReadings/Native interoperability best practices - .NET | Microsoft Docs.pdf' fatal: unable to checkout working tree warning: Clone succeeded, but checkout failed. You can inspect what was checked out with 'git status' and retry with 'git restore --source=HEAD :/' I'll submit a separate fix for that as well... ... EDIT: or many separate fixes, to account for all the branches...
  8. Reputation reflects how many times other users click the Like button on your posts, outside of the Lounge section. To gain reputation, post things that will make other users want to do that. Sometimes this is a question of gratitude; authors of popular mods or popular mission reports often rack up many many reputation points for each post, as an expression of their audience members' appreciation for their efforts. There are other options. For example, if you pick a side in a controversial argument, the partisans of that side will often Like your posts to show support.
  9. The important part of that error is: I think that's because System.Runtime.Serialization.dll isn't included in the DLLs that come with the game: Try copying it to your mod's folder in GameData. It's probably already in one of your system folders.
  10. Mono is a tool for running C# apps on Mac and Linux. KSP mods are written in C#, so CKAN was as well. RP-1 has a huge tree of dozens of dependencies, and a lot of people wish to install it. No one has enough free hours to walk users through the task of installing all of those dependencies by hand and debugging their manual installation errors. Even if someone did have that time, that would be a tedious way to waste it. The RP-1 team has chosen CKAN as their tool for managing that complexity. It's probably the only way you'll get an RP-1 install that works.
  11. Or you can link to https://github.com/jamespglaze/BetterKerbol/releases/latest , which will always automatically redirect to the most recent release.
  12. This is a bug, which @linuxgurugamer has helpfully created a mod to fix: I'd highly recommend installing that if you're trying the training scenarios.
  13. Believe it or not, I've seen multiple cases in the past where "I installed the mods but they're not there" happened because the user installed the mods to one copy of the game and then ran a different copy of the game. I have no way to check whether that's the cause in your case since we haven't seen a log or a screenshot of your GameData or anything else, but it's one possible explanation that's consistent with all the available evidence we do have.
  14. There's a third party .cfg file parser on Nuget: https://github.com/KSP-CKAN/KSPMMCfgParser
  15. Just wanted to note that the people you're criticizing are basically the same as you, CKAN users who experienced a problem, except they then chose to donate their time to try to make it better instead of posting a rant with phrases like "dumb or malicious" and "counter-intuitive".
  16. Yes; two things happened: SpaceDock's recent migration from Germany to Finland broke the webhooks that allow for immediate updates because the old IPs are whitelisted and haven't been updated yet. For the time being, those mods are supposed to be covered by a once-daily pass as a fallback. However... We broke the bot 14 hours ago (with some changes related to support for mods hosted on GitLab), so it wasn't running when that pass was supposed to happen. I think I see why and it should come back online soon.
  17. You're using an extremely old version of CKAN, who knows what might be wrong that far back. Try installing the latest: https://github.com/KSP-CKAN/CKAN/releases/tag/v1.31.0
  18. Yes, it's definitely there. Maybe you added it to the "Hidden" label? Maybe you right clicked the column headers and unchecked the "library" or "plugin" tags, either of which would hide Kopernicus? Maybe you have an active filter that doesn't apply (this is one of the things a screenshot could have revealed)?
  19. Just the usual: Try to describe the problem you're having in a way that maximizes the chance of someone being able to help you. Say exactly what you did and what happened, including a screenshot for maximum clarity.
  20. Hi, see this previous question for your answer, the RP-1 team did this on purpose:
  21. You can click "Edit" under the ellipsis in the upper right to edit the post, and the title shows up in an editable field at the top.
  22. Looks pretty heavily modded. Wrong fuel/propellant, maybe?
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