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  • Jakobsen Samuelsen posted an update 3 months ago

    This is not trivial because it requires forcing a _JAVA_Possibility override at launch (or system broad).


    To diagnose this as the trigger, first launch Minecraft from terminal with the _JAVA_Choices overridden.

    1. Shut Minecraft2. Open 🔎 Spotlight (🔎 in upper right of Desktop)3. Search for “Terminal”, open the appPaste the following command in:

    _JAVA_Choices=-Djava.net.preferIPv4Stack=true /Purposes/Minecraft.app/Contents/MacOS/launcher

    Try to hook up with LAN server and see if it fixes the problem

    Permanently Repair

    Using Minecraft Launch Choices: @TheOnlyMrCat provides a way right here that doesn’t involve modifying any recordsdata by hand. Please try that EXTREME CRAFT than making adjustments to the Minecraft launcher.

    Patching the launcher manually:

    Use this technique solely in case you have problems using @TheOnlyMrCat’s answer.

    This _JAVA_Options override can be supplied in lots of places however since launching from Terminal is just not very best, we want to use a method that fixes when clicking on the icon. At time of posting, the Apple really helpful methodology for providing overrides is contained in the App bundle itself using one thing known as LSEnvironment

    1. Optionally set up a Text Editor akin to Atom to edit XML recordsdata.2. Utilizing Finder, go to Applications3. Find (do not open) the Minecraft App4. Right click Minecraft, Show Package Contents5. Go into the Contents folder and locate Data.plist6. Right click Data.plist, Open With, Atom (or TextEditor)Near the bottom of the file, add the next in between the LSEnvironment _JAVA_Options -Djava.internet.preferIPv4Stack=true

    Sadly this doesn’t take impact immediately. This is because of the way in which Mac caches it’s launch providers.