WOW! Techland could've help us out with this
a long time ago, if they gave a damn.
QuoteCan you execute lspci as normal user?
On what Version of mesa is antergos now? Would maybe take a look later in a live-session.
Yes i think it would have been an relativly easy task to support mesa but to be fair, the mesa-graphics stack wasn't as polished when the game was released on linux as it is now.
But hey, there are not many major distributions now that don't support snap packages so the chances you can play the game with mesa are quite gold right now ;-)
skyrrdOn what Version of mesa is antergos now? Would maybe take a look later in a live-session.
good, will give it a shot later. should feel right at home since i've been a long-time arch-user before switching to gentoo.
But not before wife and kid are asleep...and that could take a while
Thanks for the help. Appreciate it.
Had some issues yesterday with cnchi installer not passing "preparing disks". I'll take a look when i have some spare time but no promise when ;-)
devlandIt doesn't work on Arch.
ln -s /usr/sbin/lspci /usr/bin/lspci
ln: failed to create symbolic link '/usr/bin/lspci': File exists
I'm now testing on Antergos (got the installer issue sorted out).
The game crashes after loading screen, log is hinting towards libc.so.6 so i'm now compiling an avx2 optimized glbic from aur and test if that fixes the problem
OK sadly simply enabling avx and avx2 with cflags and cpuflags in makepkg.conf and then compiling glibc-git with yaourt did not work either. If i'm doing sth wrong please correct me ;-)
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