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|41. Console logging and env var - in Linux [original thread]
Please report here : https://bugs.freedesktop.org/show_bug.cgi?id=99246
I dont have any crash on gates jumps bug as soon as I get on the same grid as a wormhole, it hang.. If you build your stuff yourself, you can revert commit 7089d88199d607...
- by Ravow - at 2017.02.20 13:08:31
|42. Console logging and env var - in Linux [original thread]
I would like to know if it's possible to add checkbox in the launcher to be able to set env var (not the WINEDEBUG kind but custom one like NINE_DEBUG=surf,tex,3dsurf,3dtex,basetex Also, It is possible to have the console output like we use to ha...
- by Ravow - at 2017.02.19 05:21:48
|43. Linux launcher now supports custom Wine version - in Linux [original thread]
Romihsan wrote: Is anyone else having issues with the IGB? At first, it sort of worked, it would load pages but if I had to log into my account, it would not work. Now I don't even see the IGB at all..... Any hints welcome. Cheers Edit: Ac...
- by Ravow - at 2016.10.13 15:16:48
|44. Linux launcher now supports custom Wine version - in Linux [original thread]
Blaze Howert wrote: CCP Snorlax wrote: As of version 1056484 the Linux launcher allows you to use your own version of Wine, rather than the one built by CCP. If you have already installed the Linux launcher it should update automatically to...
- by Ravow - at 2016.09.21 12:30:40
|45. DirectX 11 and Wine - in Linux [original thread]
VK support is also not officially available on Linux AMD card except for GCN 1.2. AMD said they will support VK down to GCN 1.0 (South Island, 7000 serie) and it's been like 4-5 month and still nothing... But a Mesa implementation (RADV) is going...
- by Ravow - at 2016.09.21 05:05:01
|46. Linux launcher now supports custom Wine version - in Linux [original thread]
Ami Sentokia wrote: How can I make use of a custom WINEPREFIX? It looks as if the launcher overwrites the global variable on start. You can point the launcher to your "wine" !binary that start with #!/bin/sh. From there you can use it to dis...
- by Ravow - at 2016.08.29 04:05:20
|47. Questions about Mac performance - in Macintosh [original thread]
Crossover is the proprietary Wine. The company behind it is one of the biggest Wine contributor. They share mostly the same code as wine but better support (you pay for it). If you get way better performance on crossover than Wine, something is w...
- by Ravow - at 2016.08.22 01:33:55
|48. The best distro for eve and all that goes with it - in Linux [original thread]
Rochtorr Umangiar wrote: Personally I'm a debian purist, although I am considering switching devuan.org (systemd bloat) I've used Debian for 8 years and used to run EVE in either VMs or through wine, the manual way. CCP should consider switchi...
- by Ravow - at 2016.08.21 04:54:41
|49. Linux Mint 18 Sarah - in Linux [original thread]
AMD dropped Catalyst/Crimson support on Linux as they are crappier than open-source drivers. You got two choice: Use Opensource drivers (latest git libdrm, git llvm, git mesa) and kernel 4.7, you will get it to work find and you can get is really...
- by Ravow - at 2016.08.21 04:50:23
|50. sound lag, only in Tranquility - in Linux [original thread]
It's not really wine fault, they do there best but converting D3D to OpenGL take a lot of CPU. they are trying to thread that, with the CSMT patches but that rest limited (ie, you eat two whole core instead of one because you still don't top up yo...
- by Ravow - at 2016.07.29 13:51:47
|51. Anything like OnTopReplica or EVE-O Preview for Linux? - in Linux [original thread]
On LXQt you have it too: right click on the task -> layer -> always on top.
- by Ravow - at 2016.07.29 03:39:48
|52. sound lag, only in Tranquility - in Linux [original thread]
USB soundcard/headphone are not actual audio hardware. The processing is all emulated in the CPU and the result, transfered via USB. If you use a normal wine, it will probably eat a whole CPU core and if the audio emulation drivers is running on t...
- by Ravow - at 2016.07.29 03:34:33
|53. I have the shield/armor effects since the beginning :p - in Linux [original thread]
CCP Snorlax wrote: These effects rely on a compressed volume texture. This texture format is technically not supported by DX9, although some drivers do seem to support it. We've recently updated our engine to provide a fallback by converting th...
- by Ravow - at 2016.07.21 15:06:39
|54. I have the shield/armor effects since the beginning :p - in Linux [original thread]
eug3nio Anninen wrote: Ravow wrote: Yes, have them all, I think... Sorry if I did not tell you, I read everywhere they where requiring DX11 so I was thinking that my effect where just not authentic, like... not the correct one or broken... ...
- by Ravow - at 2016.07.20 05:59:00
|55. The best distro for eve and all that goes with it - in Linux [original thread]
Gentoo, of course. As of using big know distribution instead of small one, that mean nothing really. For exemple, Ubuntu leave know CVE (that are fixed since years) in there 12.04 and 14.04 server version (exemple, proftpd) while smaller distri...
- by Ravow - at 2016.07.19 08:23:02
|56. Linux launcher now supports custom Wine version - in Linux [original thread]
Oh great! Can I put environment variables in front of the path/binary Thanks!
- by Ravow - at 2016.07.19 07:25:51
|57. DirectX 11 and Wine - in Linux [original thread]
Terrifiedkiller wrote: Christian Richter wrote: What happens if CPP discontinues DX9 support? I don't know if wine runs with DX11. Will DX9 still be available until wine supports DX11? https://community.eveonline.com/news/news-channels/ev...
- by Ravow - at 2016.07.10 06:23:58
|58. EVE Launcher for Linux - in Linux [original thread]
Syrix Death wrote: Actually if i 1.) unpack latest eve launcher 2.) cd into dir 3.) run evelauncher.sh from terminal nothing at all happens. Am I doing something wrong? EDIT: for some weired reasons the launcher needs administrative rights....
- by Ravow - at 2016.06.23 03:37:34
|59. Losing the IGB. Are there linux alternatives? - in Linux [original thread]
Adara Starkiss wrote: One option Im leaning towards is a light memory usage browser, since I mostly use the IGB for KOS checks and light market price checking. Accesing dotlan maps and killboards I was already doing it with Firefox, but FF uses...
- by Ravow - at 2016.06.22 03:03:13
|60. EVE Launcher for Linux - in Linux [original thread]
Clock wrote: CCP Snorlax wrote: The EVE Launcher is now available for Linux. Note that this does in no way suggest that CCP is officially supporting Linux - this is just something I've been working on as a side project, and basically comes o...
- by Ravow - at 2016.06.14 06:05:40
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