Config packs are installed similarly to resource packs, which is a fairly straight forward process:
1. Download your config pack.¶
Typically packs are distributed as
.zip files, however they can be loaded from folders too.
You can find a list of available packs on the Community Packs page.
Before proceeding, make sure to:
Check if the pack has specific installation instructions, and follow them if so.
Check that the pack you wish to install is compatible with your version of Terra.
2. Place the config pack into the packs directory.¶
This will differ slighly between versions:
3. Ensure the correct directory structure.¶
Generally, packs will be set up to simply be dropped into the packs folder when they’re distributed
If this is not the case, or the pack fails to load, ensure that the pack manifest or
contained directly inside the folder / archive like so:
CORRECT - Terra/packs/pack-to-be-installed/pack.yml
Terra/ ├── packs/ ┆ ├── default.zip └── pack-to-be-installed/ ├── pack.yml ┆
INCORRECT - Terra/packs/pack-to-be-installed/<Folder>/pack.yml
Terra/ ├── packs/ ┆ ├── default.zip └── pack-to-be-installed/ └── folder/ └── pack.yml
4. Verify the pack loads¶
Start up your client / server and look for the pack ID in console. If you see:
[XX:XX:XX INFO]: [Terra] Loading config pack "CUSTOM" [XX:XX:XX INFO]: [Terra] CUSTOM <PACK VERSION> by <AUTHOR> loaded in XXXX.XXXXms.
Then your pack should be ready for use.