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wimrijnders

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I've had Raft V1.04 for Linux 64-bits running on my laptop. This worked fine with the standard configuration, albeit with a really bad frame rate. For this reason, I enabled the GeForce card in my laptop.

Now, the game doesn't start after the initial 'Raft Configuration screen'. These are the messsages on the console:

    > ./V1.04_Raft_LinuxUniversal.x86_64
    Set current directory to /home/wim/Downloads/V1.04_Raft_LinuxUniversal
    Found path: /home/wim/Downloads/V1.04_Raft_LinuxUniversal/V1.04_Raft_LinuxUniversal.x86_64
    Mono path[0] = '/home/wim/Downloads/V1.04_Raft_LinuxUniversal/V1.04_Raft_LinuxUniversal_Data/Managed'
    Mono path[1] = '/home/wim/Downloads/V1.04_Raft_LinuxUniversal/V1.04_Raft_LinuxUniversal_Data/Mono'
    Mono config path = '/home/wim/Downloads/V1.04_Raft_LinuxUniversal/V1.04_Raft_LinuxUniversal_Data/Mono/etc'
    displaymanager : xrandr version warning. 1.5
    displaymanager : trying .X11-unix
    client :0 has 1 screens
    displaymanager screen (0): 3840 x 1080
    Using libudev for joystick management
    Importing game controller configs
    Aborted (core dumped)

I found the application logs, this is the top part:

    GLX version is <1.3
    Desktop is 3840 x 1080 @ 60 Hz
    Receiving unhandled NULL exception
    #0 0x007ffc645aa840 in funlockfile
    #1 0x007ffc645aae00 in std::map<std::string, Linux::JoystickInfo, std::less<std::string>, std::allocator<std::pair<std::string const, Linux::JoystickInfo> > >::~map()
    #2 0x007ffc645aaf80 in std::map<std::string, Linux::JoystickInfo, std::less<std::string>, std::allocator<std::pair<std::string const, Linux::JoystickInfo> > >::~map()

I left out the stack trace and the further debug info - please tell me if you need it.

Some comments on the given texts:

  • As mentioned, Raft worked fine with the generic Mesa drivers, but with a really bad frame rate.
  • I installed the proprietary NVIDIA drivers and then then core dumping ensued.
  • The funky 3840x1080 dimension is due to my setup with two adjacent HD monitors. I tried it with one monitor as well, the crash still happens.
  • I have no joystick installed
  • OS: OpenSuse LEAP 42.2
  • uname -a: Linux olivia 4.4.36-8-default #1 SMP Fri Dec 9 16:18:38 UTC 2016 (3ec5648) x86_64 x86_64 x86_64 GNU/Linux
  • video card: GeForce GTX 860M

This should do for now; I hope this is of some use. Please tell me if I can be of use by supplying further info.