Customization with Minecraft - Deleted Mod is Still Active

System Information

Field Value
Operating System Linux - Debian GNU/Linux 12 on x86_64
Product AMP ‘Decadeus’ v2.4.8.0 (Mainline)
Virtualization Docker
Application Minecraft
Module MinecraftModule
Running in Container Yes
Current State Stopped

Problem Description


Quick note, your Reproduction steps literally would not allow me to enter the ACTUAL steps I took, complete garbage and you should remove that feature.

I initially uploaded a large number of mods to the instance, but quickly realized that two were problematic, so I deleted them. Now they’re somehow still active and I don’t understand what happened. I’ve made sure that both the Server and Client side are rid of the two mods, yet they still keep affecting the game. I need help understanding this.

I made sure I don’t see the mod files anywhere in the instance (config files, trashcan, Json files, anything that mentions it) and likewise made sure I deleted it from my curseforge profile, not just deactivated. Deleted.

Specifically “Just Enough Resources” and “Scroll for worldedit” They still appear in the In Game mod list and are still functioning. Just enough Resources is overlapping with the intended Roughly Enough Resources mod, and Scroll for WorldEdit is highjacking the cursor wheel and preventing anybody from scrolling in menus.

Please help me figure out why they aren’t properly deleted.

Reproduction Steps

  • Navigated to Instance File Manager
  • Deleted Problematic Mod files
  • Deleted mods from curseforge profile
  • Launched game & Server, found the mods still present.

EDIT: You telling me that when I open a “Support Ticket” it actually takes me to a forum instead of actual tech support? What the hell am I paying for?

Yeah, this is the forum for AMP, not Hostinger’s tech support (assuming you’re with them given the context?).
Not sure if it’ll resolve things fully, but you could try and stop the server first, delete the mods causing issues, refresh the file manager using the button in the upper right to make sure that they’re gone, then start the server again. Could be that the mods were sort of stuck in place while the server was running? Just a hunch, I’ve never had something like that happen myself.

Yeah, Hostinger. They don’t exactly make things simple or clear.

I figured it out once I realized that I wasn’t getting a tech support agent. Spent a few hours googling and discovered that sometimes when you delete a mod from a profile in curseforge, it doesn’t actually delete the mod, just removes it from the list.

You have to go into the actual mod folder and find the files and delete them there. Lesson learned.

Anyway, I’m just doing my chad duties and coming back to post the answer for the next guy.

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