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Best Answer robertc , 22 December 2015 - 14:02

Just came across this thread, do you have PulseAudio installed/enabled?

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#1 seb-ksl

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Posted 21 December 2015 - 13:55

Hello RTG team !

 

I was sad to see that though I could happily play books 1 to 3, book 4 refuses to run on my computer. My computer runs GNU/Linux Debian Stretch/Sid x86_64.

Here is what the terminal outputs when running the binary:

Set current directory to /home/seb/Downloads/0_a_trier/DreamfallChapters
Found path: /home/seb/Downloads/0_a_trier/DreamfallChapters/Dreamfall Chapters
Mono path[0] = '/home/seb/Downloads/0_a_trier/DreamfallChapters/Dreamfall Chapters_Data/Managed'
Mono path[1] = '/home/seb/Downloads/0_a_trier/DreamfallChapters/Dreamfall Chapters_Data/Mono'
Mono config path = '/home/seb/Downloads/0_a_trier/DreamfallChapters/Dreamfall Chapters_Data/Mono/etc'
displaymanager : xrandr version warning. 1.4
client has 2 screens
displaymanager screen (0)(DVI-I-2): 1680 x 1050
Using libudev for joystick management


Importing game controller configs
Found /dev/input/event15
Mapping raw axis 0 to 0
Mapping raw axis 1 to 1
Mapping raw axis 2 to 2
Mapping raw axis 3 to 3
Mapping raw axis 4 to 4
Mapping raw axis 5 to 5
Microsoft X-Box 360 pad: Mapping b0.0 to b0
Microsoft X-Box 360 pad: Mapping b1.0 to b1
Microsoft X-Box 360 pad: Mapping b6.0 to b6
Microsoft X-Box 360 pad: Mapping h0.4 to a7
Microsoft X-Box 360 pad: Mapping h0.8 to a6
Microsoft X-Box 360 pad: Mapping h0.2 to a6
Microsoft X-Box 360 pad: Mapping h0.1 to a7
Microsoft X-Box 360 pad: Mapping b8.0 to b8
Microsoft X-Box 360 pad: Mapping b4.0 to b4
Microsoft X-Box 360 pad: Mapping b9.0 to b9
Microsoft X-Box 360 pad: Mapping a2.0 to a2
Microsoft X-Box 360 pad: Mapping a0.0 to a0
Microsoft X-Box 360 pad: Mapping a1.0 to a1
Microsoft X-Box 360 pad: Mapping b5.0 to b5
Microsoft X-Box 360 pad: Mapping b10.0 to b10
Microsoft X-Box 360 pad: Mapping a5.0 to a5
Microsoft X-Box 360 pad: Mapping a3.0 to a3
Microsoft X-Box 360 pad: Mapping a4.0 to a4
Microsoft X-Box 360 pad: Mapping b7.0 to b7
Microsoft X-Box 360 pad: Mapping b2.0 to b2
Microsoft X-Box 360 pad: Mapping b3.0 to b3
Assigning joystick 1
Abandon

Should I take the xrandr warning seriously? The installed version is 1.5.0-1.

 

Let me know if you need additional information, I would really like to play book 4 :-)

 

Regards,

 

seb-ksl

 

Edit: btw, the last line of the output, "Abandon" means "abort" in french.



#2 Mr Moo

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Posted 21 December 2015 - 16:39

Do you use a genuine xbox360 controller, or some other controller with an emulator of some kind?

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Posted 21 December 2015 - 16:42

Do you use a genuine xbox360 controller, or some other controller with an emulator of some kind?

The real one, USB wired.


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Posted 21 December 2015 - 19:25

Quick way to tell if it's an issue related to xrandr: If you unplug the second screen does the game run?  I don't have two screens myself, but I'm aware that there are quite a few games which do have issues with that sort of thing on Linux.



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Posted 21 December 2015 - 20:46

Quick way to tell if it's an issue related to xrandr: If you unplug the second screen does the game run?  I don't have two screens myself, but I'm aware that there are quite a few games which do have issues with that sort of thing on Linux.

 

Well the funny thing is that I have only one screen plugged in (and always had).

I even tried removing my somewhat fluffy xorg.conf to let the system auto-configure everything, but the problem remains the same.

 

Additional information if relevant : my GPU is an Nvidia GeForce GTX 460 and I run the proprietary drivers (nvidia-kernel-dkms)



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Posted 22 December 2015 - 01:22

Well that sucks then :(

 

I have a GTX 760 with the 358.16 drivers and the game works fine for me.  I don't have much further to suggest than the usual check you're on the latest drivers.



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Posted 22 December 2015 - 09:24

I have a GTX 760 with the 358.16 drivers and the game works fine for me.  I don't have much further to suggest than the usual check you're on the latest drivers.

 

Nah I was still running the 340.96 drivers, so I updated to 358.16 but no change.

Thanks for you help anyway!

 

Someone from the RTG team? It's kind of frustrating that I was able to play the first three books and got stuck there :-(



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Posted 22 December 2015 - 14:02   Best Answer

Just came across this thread, do you have PulseAudio installed/enabled?



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Posted 22 December 2015 - 18:47

Just came across this thread, do you have PulseAudio installed/enabled?

 

Nope, running Alsa.

If I understood correctly Unity 5 does not yet fall back to Alsa properly when PulseAudio is missing, right? Which means I should install PulseAudio and enjoy audio managers conflicts, yeeha :-/

I'll try that tomorrow, thanks for the catch!



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Posted 23 December 2015 - 08:42

OK, PulseAudio it was! Thanks a lot robertc!

 

The transition to Unity 5 seems to imply a lot for both developers and users :-/


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