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    Default Still not working

    Damn... This is getting ridiculous...
    I am still getting an error on startup of the Pylotro ...dndclient.exe Has encounter a serious problem

    PLEASE HELP

    Going into withdrawal ...hehehehehe

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    Quote Originally Posted by Draggoon64 View Post
    Damn... This is getting ridiculous...
    I am still getting an error on startup of the Pylotro ...dndclient.exe Has encounter a serious problem

    PLEASE HELP

    Going into withdrawal ...hehehehehe
    yeah the withdrawl hits HARD! only pylotro loads up now nothing ddo like will load. no more debug log nothing. it just sits there and goes DUHHHHH. Ive recompiled so-many times and even went with the clean turn key install from ubuntu. its all the same now. cept for the part where you cant select 1.4 ver from ubuntu's software site anymore. if you try to install it, it says there is missing dependcys. broken packages. EEEEKKK! I did by the way shoot some email's to people over at wineHQ in hope that enough of us brought this problem to their attn. So either the comunity or the dev's might get this fixed soon.
    Last edited by MrElusiveness; 11-16-2012 at 07:34 PM. Reason: typos :D

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    Default withdrawals

    Quote Originally Posted by MrElusiveness View Post
    yeah the withdrawl hits HARD! only pylotro loads up now nothing ddo like will load. no more debug log nothing. it just sits there and goes DUHHHHH. Ive recompiled so-many times and even went with the clean turn key install from ubuntu. its all the same now. cept for the part where you cant select 1.4 ver from ubuntu's software site anymore. if you try to install it, it says there is missing dependcys. broken packages. EEEEKKK! I did by the way shoot some email's to people over at wineHQ in hope that enough of us brought this problem to their attn. So either the comunity or the dev's might get this fixed soon.
    Hey sending emails to right ppl might get this kickstarted...thanx.

    I can play DDO on my Win xp box, but it's got half the power as my Linux box....And I WILL NOT put winderz on it... Don't want to soil a good machine. hehehehe.
    At least I can login to check my Auctions.

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    Default *-=update=-*

    turbine fixed it all by their lonesome ddo works on regular wine now
    For those about to die, we shall loot you!

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    More specifically, Turbine changed some of the ordering of initialisation of elements in the program startup to more accurately reflect the required windows start up elements, and now Wine can process them in an order that makes sense.

    And will work with the upcoming (probably) Mac native client. - LotRO has much teh same code, from what i can see, and there is now a Mac client for that . . ..
    Walchek @ Ghallanda

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    Default Not for me

    Quote Originally Posted by AsherStar View Post
    turbine fixed it all by their lonesome ddo works on regular wine now
    Not for me, anybody else see it working on regular wine? What version(s)? I'm all 64 bit, but I tried 1.4.1 and 1.5.17 off the PPA. Anybody hear an ETA on 1.5.18?

    I've got 4 Ubuntu machines (I bought DDO accounts for my whole family) and building even 1 chroot setup seems like a lot of work, never mind doing it for 4! Especially with Neverwinter coming so soon anyway. A vanilla wine solution would be quite welcome.

    I did finally get my Windows 7 DDO install working so we can at least clear out our auctions and empty the guild chest in case we mothball the airship for an extended down time. If I ever do get this game running again, I'm going to empty auctions and guild chest before every update. It's like preparing for a hurricane.

    "Turbine, where the Shot* hits our fans" (* that's the material component for 2nd level cleric spells, right?)

    Oh, and thanks all, this thread saved me a lot of troubleshooting and research time - especially to wkavinsky, even putting up a URL with the instructions when they couldn't show on the forums? Above and beyond the call, +1 rep!
    Last edited by LucidLTS; 11-17-2012 at 09:03 AM. Reason: Edit: +1 to Xilth too, thought I was out but it looks like it took
    I'm only an occasional player since ShadowFell, please forgive me if I'm not up to speed on anything that's changed since then.

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    Default Ihear ya

    Quote Originally Posted by LucidLTS View Post
    Not for me, anybody else see it working on regular wine? What version(s)? I'm all 64 bit, but I tried 1.4.1 and 1.5.17 off the PPA. Anybody hear an ETA on 1.5.18?

    I've got 4 Ubuntu machines (I bought DDO accounts for my whole family) and building even 1 chroot setup seems like a lot of work, never mind doing it for 4! Especially with Neverwinter coming so soon anyway. A vanilla wine solution would be quite welcome.

    I did finally get my Windows 7 DDO install working so we can at least clear out our auctions and empty the guild chest in case we mothball the airship for an extended down time. If I ever do get this game running again, I'm going to empty auctions and guild chest before every update. It's like preparing for a hurricane.

    "Turbine, where the Shot* hits our fans" (* that's the material component for 2nd level cleric spells, right?)

    Oh, and thanks all, this thread saved me a lot of troubleshooting and research time - especially to wkavinsky, even putting up a URL with the instructions when they couldn't show on the forums? Above and beyond the call, +1 rep!
    Fixed ...What Fix... I just tried it and still not working... I did try and patch but nothing happened.

    If you got it working What did you do...and What are you running...Windoze? Linux what distro? Wine?

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    Ultimately . . . .

    The patch (which simply ensures that a function that asks / checks window corner points) is returning a sane value.

    As previously mentioned, the patch for this (which works for the majority of people - those who *can* patch it anyway) has been committed to the git repository and will be in the next release of Wine.

    When this patch will arrive for you however will vary a huge amount - some lucky few who use the "less user friendly" distros that aren't click and run (Archlinux, Gentoo, Archbang spring to mind) will get it probably the same day of release. Those of you on the *buntu's, you'll have to wait for Canonical to build it (might take a while) or someone else to build it and upload it to a repository for you to download it.

    The patch works, but patience in getting it (if you can't apply it anyway) is required.

    As a final note - unfortunately, you, as a user, have chosen to play DDO on a platform that isn't supported. That it works on Linux is a plus, that it works so well is a massive bonus, but if, and when, it breaks after everyone is playing again with the patch / new Wine version, it will again be down to tracking down the fault and trying to fix it yourself / relying on other people to find the fix for you. That is unfortunately for you part of the linux philosophy. Those of us with some programming skills like myself, Eilyen, Germainium, Jbleargh and Xilth, will probably provide support for you, but we're limited to the installation that we have in front of us in terms of telling people step by step guidelines.

    With all things Linux - YMMV.
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    Default dndclient Log

    000000000.000: LookForFile trying cwd
    000000000.000: Is_File_Here found 'client_general.dat' in 'C:/Program Files/Turbine/DDO Unlimited'
    000000000.000:

    DiskCon::InitFile:
    datfile "client_general.dat" stamped with datpack versions eng:112, game:3,
    executable supporting datpack versions eng:-1, game: -1.

    000000000.000:

    DiskCon::InitFile:
    datfile "client_highres.dat" stamped with datpack versions eng:112, game:3,
    executable supporting datpack versions eng:-1, game: -1.

    000000000.000:

    DiskCon::InitFile:
    datfile "client_gamelogic.dat" stamped with datpack versions eng:112, game:3,
    executable supporting datpack versions eng:-1, game: -1.

    000000000.000:

    DiskCon::InitFile:
    datfile "client_anim.dat" stamped with datpack versions eng:112, game:3,
    executable supporting datpack versions eng:-1, game: -1.

    000000000.000:

    DiskCon::InitFile:
    datfile "client_mesh.dat" stamped with datpack versions eng:112, game:3,
    executable supporting datpack versions eng:-1, game: -1.

    000000000.000:

    DiskCon::InitFile:
    datfile "client_sound.dat" stamped with datpack versions eng:112, game:3,
    executable supporting datpack versions eng:-1, game: -1.

    000000000.000:

    DiskCon::InitFile:
    datfile "client_surface.dat" stamped with datpack versions eng:112, game:3,
    executable supporting datpack versions eng:-1, game: -1.

    000000000.000:

    DiskCon::InitFile:
    datfile "client_cell_1.dat" stamped with datpack versions eng:112, game:0,
    executable supporting datpack versions eng:-1, game: -1.

    000000000.000:

    DiskCon::InitFile:
    datfile "client_map_1.dat" stamped with datpack versions eng:112, game:0,
    executable supporting datpack versions eng:-1, game: -1.

    000000000.000:

    DiskCon::InitFile:
    datfile "client_local_English.dat" stamped with datpack versions eng:112, game:3,
    executable supporting datpack versions eng:-1, game: -1.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eilyen View Post
    As I said before (few posts up), the patch has already been added to the git, no need to patch it, just compile it.
    DOH!! missed that part, so it fails trying to patched whats already patched....

    Will try a compile in a bit then, so far been playing under my windows side....( there for my other gaming urges...kids had me hooked on Borderlands for abit )
    If a no go will wait for the next wine release...

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    Default What worked for me in Ubuntu 12.04.1 64 bit - full WoW64

    Quote Originally Posted by LucidLTS View Post
    I've got 4 Ubuntu machines (I bought DDO accounts for my whole family) and building even 1 chroot setup seems like a lot of work, never mind doing it for 4! Especially with Neverwinter coming so soon anyway. A vanilla wine solution would be quite welcome.
    I bit the bullet and tried a chroot build according to Xilth's instructions (http://forums.ddo.com/showpost.php?p...7&postcount=35). It didn't handle 3D accelleration on my system, so the game would not play, but I was able to modify them to get it to work. I posted my step by step, maybe it will help others. Thanks, Xilth, for providing the base and pointing me in the right direction.


    http://forums.ddo.com/showthread.php?p=4781088
    I'm only an occasional player since ShadowFell, please forgive me if I'm not up to speed on anything that's changed since then.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LucidLTS View Post
    I bit the bullet and tried a chroot build according to Xilth's instructions (http://forums.ddo.com/showpost.php?p...7&postcount=35). It didn't handle 3D accelleration on my system, so the game would not play, but I was able to modify them to get it to work. I posted my step by step, maybe it will help others. Thanks, Xilth, for providing the base and pointing me in the right direction.


    http://forums.ddo.com/showthread.php?p=4781088
    Great that u made ddo to run ubuntu is very messed in situation like this... and for sure not so "friendly", but at least we still can kill kobolds

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    Default Fixed

    For thos interested in playing again, Wine 1.5.18 released today fixes this issue without the hassle of recompiling.

    http://www.winehq.org/announce/1.5.18

    But don't get TOO excited, U16 is a bug-ridden mess.

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    Smile Work

    For gentoo users i attached the modfied ebuild for actual wine stable version 1.4.1 and the patch.
    Insert the ebuild under portagefolder/app-emulation/wine and the patch under portagefolder/app-emulation/wine/files, rune emerge wine and all work good.
    pm me for help.
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    Unhappy Still No Go

    I am sorry to report that I installed the new build of wine today, 1.5.18, using Wineskin on a mac with Mountain Lion, and still getting the exact same error, any ideas? I am not super knowledgeable of wine, but willing to try anything at this point.

    I previously was using a Wine build 1.4 and not wineskin, but all of the latest releases of wine seem to give me compile errors at the libtdl/libphoto dependencies so I switched to Wineskin to save myself the headaches.

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    Default This Might Help with Wine 1.5.18


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