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tkg 3.21 build with multi-core commit reverted, unsure if this fixed origin but reverting that commit fixed a lot of things for me: 1312c6642851d4a0c5de9a71c824800935f96691 git revert --no-commit 1312c6642851d4a0c5de9a71c824800935f96691
[ 2018-12-05 14:39:04 ] 👍 0
+GloriousEggroll Thanks for the tip. I've cloned the wine git repository, rejected that commit that you mentioned, and followed the instructions at winehq for how to build Wine with both 32-bit and 64-bit support through WoW. I suspect there must be other compile time options that I just don't know about, however, as it doesn't seem to be able to run anything. I get errors about Wine being built without Vulkan support just trying to run the Origin installer. Do you remember which flags you used when building Wine? Was there a guide somewhere you followed?
[ 2018-12-05 14:48:40 ] 👍 0
+Tbird761 for me the precompiled wine runner tkg-protonified 3.21 also works in lutris. I used the default build flags for wine-staging-git on the Arch AUR for my personal build. Note: it does take a short few seconds for origin to load, it shows a white screen for about 30s or so before
[ 2018-12-06 03:12:33 ] 👍 0
+GloriousEggroll Good news, it's running now. Thanks again for helping me out with this. The rest of this is for anyone who comes across this post in the future with a similar problem. I added the WineHQ repo to my sources.list for apt and installed winehq-staging for Debian buster. This yielded the official build of 3.21-staging. I then installed dxvk, msxml3, msxml4, msxml6, and vcrun2013 in a fresh win64 wine prefix for Origin using the latest winetricks. The Origin thin client installer managed to run at that point. Battlefield 1 singleplayer also ran. The download hasn't finished so I haven't tried multiplayer yet, but I suspect it will run also. It's kind of stuttery, but it works. I'm using Mesa 18.3.0-rc5 from Debian Experimental on a Vega 64. I run Debian testing (currently Buster ie 10.0) otherwise. Mesa 18.3.0 required me to pull in libc6 and related libs from Debian Unstable. It's a little bit Frankendebian-ish, but not too much at this point.
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+Chris Caswell it should run fine, I ran it on a 2400g with an rx 570 on high settings. also try antergos, its closer to vanilla arch and is easy to install. I even have my dad using it
[ 2018-12-22 19:38:00 ] 👍 0
GloriousEggroll Why Antergos over Manjaro? Manjaro's user-base seems to be exploding. Are there any particular benefits one has over the other? Could you just do everything for me over TeamViewer if I throw $20 at your Patreon? 🤔
[ 2018-12-23 11:48:28 ] 👍 0
+Chris Caswell because Antergos is more compatible with AUR packages and gpu drivers on the AUR. It's basically vanilla arch with an extra repo added for antergos configs and aesthetics. It has an installer like Manjaro, it's very easy.
[ 2018-12-23 11:49:13 ] 👍 0
manjaro tends to confuse users who follow vanilla arch guides because their gpu driver install setup is much different
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Battlefield V does not have a native Vulkan API renderer. It uses Direct X 11. Linux has a replacement for DX11 called DXVK, which takes DX11 API calls and translates them into Vulkan API calls. So yes, I am playing the game in Vulkan, but not natively.
[ 2018-12-15 13:07:06 ] 👍 0
+GloriousEggroll excellent that thanks. Any idea on the performance vs window 10? Better or worse?
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install Lutris https://lutris.net/downloads/ install wine-staging and install needed dependancies https://github.com/lutris/lutris/wiki/Wine-Dependencies also install Vulkan for DXVK (Directx 11-> Vulkan) https://github.com/lutris/lutris/wiki/How-to:-DXVK then click install https://lutris.net/games/battlefield-4/ if you have a problem ask on Lutris's forum
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Afaik punk buster was running perfectly fine in the background (I checked).
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donr use the 4.0 RC's right now. they arent stable, and are probably your problem. Stick with the tkg-3.21 build in lutris
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let me clear up some confusion for you: amdgpu is part of mesa. the open source driver stack is made up of mesa and llvm, which contain the amdgpu open source driver. they are installed by default in any linux distro out of the box. generally for AMD and intel gpus, this is the driver you want to use (mesa comes with an open source intel driver also). amdgpu-pro is AMD's closed source driver, which often gives lower performance compared to the open source amdgpu driver. you should not use this driver unless you need something specific from it. amdgpu comes with RADV - the open source vulkan driver amdgpu-pro comes with AMDVLK - the closed source AMD vulkan driver.
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[ 2019-01-31 11:36:31 ] 👍 0
So basically you're criticizing literally every multiplayer shooter ever made?
[ 2019-01-31 12:09:36 ] 👍 0
If you don't know any other kind of multiplayer shooters then yes but I encourage you to broaden your horizons. There are ways to incentivize staying alive and working as a team in shooters like this.
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