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Bloom: Labyrinth

A classic re-thought: Can you overcome the Labyrinth? · By Studio Fawn

Error trying to run on Linux

A topic by tobynance created 50 days ago Views: 243 Replies: 10
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Hi. Just downloaded, and set the download file Bloom_Labyrinth_LINUX  to executable, then tried to run it. It opens a gray window, but that's it. I'm running Linux Mint 18.3 Cinnamon 64-bit

Here's what is output to the console:

$ ./Bloom_Labyrinth_LINUX 
ERROR: try_open_pack: Condition ' ver_major > 2 || (ver_major == 2 && ver_minor > 1) ' is true. returned: ERR_INVALID_DATA
   At: core/io/file_access_pack.cpp:171.
ERROR: bind_methodfi: Method/Function Failed, returning: __null
   At: core/object_type_db.cpp:797.
ERROR: bind_methodfi: Method/Function Failed, returning: __null
   At: core/object_type_db.cpp:797.
ERROR: bind_methodfi: Method/Function Failed, returning: __null
   At: core/object_type_db.cpp:797.
ERROR: bind_methodfi: Method/Function Failed, returning: __null
   At: core/object_type_db.cpp:797.
ERROR: bind_methodfi: Method/Function Failed, returning: __null
   At: core/object_type_db.cpp:797.
ERROR: bind_methodfi: Method/Function Failed, returning: __null
   At: core/object_type_db.cpp:797.
ERROR: bind_methodfi: Method/Function Failed, returning: __null
   At: core/object_type_db.cpp:797.
ERROR: bind_methodfi: Method/Function Failed, returning: __null
   At: core/object_type_db.cpp:797.
ERROR: bind_methodfi: Method/Function Failed, returning: __null
   At: core/object_type_db.cpp:797.
ERROR: bind_methodfi: Method/Function Failed, returning: __null
   At: core/object_type_db.cpp:797.
ERROR: bind_methodfi: Method/Function Failed, returning: __null
   At: core/object_type_db.cpp:797.
ERROR: bind_methodfi: Method/Function Failed, returning: __null
   At: core/object_type_db.cpp:797.
ERROR: bind_methodfi: Method/Function Failed, returning: __null
   At: core/object_type_db.cpp:797.
ERROR: bind_methodfi: Method/Function Failed, returning: __null
   At: core/object_type_db.cpp:797.
ERROR: bind_methodfi: Method/Function Failed, returning: __null
   At: core/object_type_db.cpp:797.
ERROR: bind_methodfi: Method/Function Failed, returning: __null
   At: core/object_type_db.cpp:797.
ERROR: bind_methodfi: Method/Function Failed, returning: __null
   At: core/object_type_db.cpp:797.
ERROR: bind_methodfi: Method/Function Failed, returning: __null
   At: core/object_type_db.cpp:797.
ERROR: bind_methodfi: Method/Function Failed, returning: __null
   At: core/object_type_db.cpp:797.
ERROR: bind_methodfi: Method/Function Failed, returning: __null
   At: core/object_type_db.cpp:797.
ERROR: bind_methodfi: Method/Function Failed, returning: __null
   At: core/object_type_db.cpp:797.
ERROR: bind_methodfi: Method/Function Failed, returning: __null
   At: core/object_type_db.cpp:797.
ERROR: bind_methodfi: Method/Function Failed, returning: __null
   At: core/object_type_db.cpp:797.
ERROR: bind_methodfi: Method/Function Failed, returning: __null
   At: core/object_type_db.cpp:797.
ERROR: bind_methodfi: Method/Function Failed, returning: __null
   At: core/object_type_db.cpp:797.
ERROR: bind_methodfi: Method/Function Failed, returning: __null
   At: core/object_type_db.cpp:797.
ERROR: bind_methodfi: Method/Function Failed, returning: __null
   At: core/object_type_db.cpp:797.
ERROR: bind_methodfi: Method/Function Failed, returning: __null
   At: core/object_type_db.cpp:797.
ERROR: bind_methodfi: Method/Function Failed, returning: __null
   At: core/object_type_db.cpp:797.
ERROR: bind_methodfi: Method/Function Failed, returning: __null
   At: core/object_type_db.cpp:797.
ERROR: bind_methodfi: Method/Function Failed, returning: __null
   At: core/object_type_db.cpp:797.
ERROR: bind_methodfi: Method/Function Failed, returning: __null
   At: core/object_type_db.cpp:797.
ERROR: bind_methodfi: Method/Function Failed, returning: __null
   At: core/object_type_db.cpp:797.
ERROR: bind_methodfi: Method/Function Failed, returning: __null
   At: core/object_type_db.cpp:797.
ERROR: bind_methodfi: Method/Function Failed, returning: __null
   At: core/object_type_db.cpp:797.
ERROR: bind_methodfi: Method/Function Failed, returning: __null
   At: core/object_type_db.cpp:797.
ERROR: bind_methodfi: Method/Function Failed, returning: __null
   At: core/object_type_db.cpp:797.
ERROR: bind_methodfi: Method/Function Failed, returning: __null
   At: core/object_type_db.cpp:797.
ERROR: bind_methodfi: Method/Function Failed, returning: __null
   At: core/object_type_db.cpp:797.
ERROR: bind_methodfi: Method/Function Failed, returning: __null
   At: core/object_type_db.cpp:797.
ERROR: bind_methodfi: Method/Function Failed, returning: __null
   At: core/object_type_db.cpp:797.
ERROR: bind_methodfi: Method/Function Failed, returning: __null
   At: core/object_type_db.cpp:797.
ERROR: bind_methodfi: Method/Function Failed, returning: __null
   At: core/object_type_db.cpp:797.
ERROR: bind_methodfi: Method/Function Failed, returning: __null
   At: core/object_type_db.cpp:797.
ERROR: bind_methodfi: Method/Function Failed, returning: __null
   At: core/object_type_db.cpp:797.
ERROR: bind_methodfi: Method/Function Failed, returning: __null
   At: core/object_type_db.cpp:797.
ERROR: bind_integer_constant: Method/Function Failed.
   At: core/object_type_db.cpp:413.
ERROR: bind_integer_constant: Method/Function Failed.
   At: core/object_type_db.cpp:413.
ERROR: bind_integer_constant: Method/Function Failed.
   At: core/object_type_db.cpp:413.
ERROR: bind_integer_constant: Method/Function Failed.
   At: core/object_type_db.cpp:413.
ERROR: bind_integer_constant: Method/Function Failed.
   At: core/object_type_db.cpp:413.
ERROR: bind_integer_constant: Method/Function Failed.
   At: core/object_type_db.cpp:413.
ERROR: bind_integer_constant: Method/Function Failed.
   At: core/object_type_db.cpp:413.
Developer

Thanks for the heads up. Looking into it now. I'll let you know once we have it fixed.

Developer

Ok, I uploaded a new Linux build (and we tested it on a linux machine). So it should work now. 

You'll have to re-download it though (sorry). Used the butler uploading here on itch this time, which should make future patching avoid the redownload at least.

It went a little further this time, went fullscreen with Godot logo before creshing:

ERROR: bind_methodfi: Method/Function Failed, returning: __null
   At: core/object_type_db.cpp:797.

ERROR: bind_integer_constant: Method/Function Failed.
   At: core/object_type_db.cpp:413.

ERROR: set_code_buffer: Condition ' version > 10 ' is true. returned: ERR_INVALID_DATA
   At: modules/gdscript/gd_tokenizer.cpp:1042.
ERROR: operator[]: SEVERE: Index p_index out of size (size()).
   At: core/vector.h:145.
[1]    7976 segmentation fault (core dumped)  ./Bloom_Labyrinth_LINUX


Running on Arch with XFCE4 on a 4k monitor if that's anything possibly related to the problem. I can try finding the core dump if you guys want a look at it.
Developer

Urg, I just saw the reply it is still there....will get another build tomorrow for you (but at least will be patched this time).

Developer

Alright, hopefully the Linux version is fully fixed this time. Just download the zip (if you are using the app it should just patch it, about 3% was changed). 

Hi, I'm running Ubuntu 18.04 and I get the following when running the Linux file.

./Bloom_Labyrinth_Linux: error while loading shared libraries: libpng12.so.0: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory

Is there a set of dependence that I need? Anything else that I need to know?

Try the package from https://www.linuxuprising.com/2018/05/fix-libpng12-0-missing-in-ubuntu-1804.html

It works now for me on ArchLinux.

Thanks, that has got it working. That is to say that I can see and hear stuff. Currently running as slow as a slow thing in slow land, but I have plenty of things to try before I blame the game. Also, I don't see any options under "Controls" other than "back". Will report back soon.

Hum, the Linux version isn't showing up for me here, just the Windows one. Is it something here or the download got removed?

Developer

I temporarily disabled it till we get the new patch in to solve the Linux problems (should just take a day or two).