yeah I'm running on cuttingedge. hmmm seems like nvidia drivers still have some issues, you could try beta or cuttingedge compatibility mode, but I really have no experience with nvidia drivers :\
What's the process to put it in compatibility mode?There's a checkbox in the options menu.
I have about racked my brains trying to fix this issue. I really think it's the wine prefix, so I'm going to try deleting it and starting again. I have a NVIDIA GeForce GTX 670. I locked 902 fps on windows, so I should be getting acceptable performance on here. Using nvidia-346 drivers and and 3.19.0-28-lowlatency for Ubuntu. I have literally done EVERYTHING to get OpenGL to see the 32bit libraries, so I really think it's wine. Will report back.
RaidMax wrote:What's the process to put it in compatibility mode?There's a checkbox in the options menu.
However I use the closed source nvidia drivers and note no difference with compatibility mode. I get 1k+ fps regardless. osu is perfectly playable for me now on linux because of the delay being fixed, but I've never had fps issues. I had a geforce 8800 gts before and switched to a gtx 660. I'm not sure what the problem would be here but I can report extremely good fps performance with the closed source driver and those 2 cards. Not that I think it matters much but I'm using wine staging 1.7.51 patched with Francesco's winepulse on arch linux and nvidia drivers 352.41. Working sweet on stock kernel 4.1.8 and ck kernel too. Also works fine on both beta and cutting edge release streams for me. Are you sure the wine prefix is setup correctly?
Hey dude, I appreciate the guide, but at the step where we fix the bancho disconnecting, I follow your exact instructions of replacing the user name with my own user and executing the command ALSA_DEFAULT_PCM="plug:dmixer" WINEPREFIX=~/.wine WINEARCH=win32 wine '~/.wine/drive_c/users/<your username>/Local Settings/Application Data/osu!/osu!.exe' leads to Ubuntu saying wine cannot find this. I have replaced my user name, and i have checked to see whether the directory was correct and it indeed was correct. I dont know what is causing this issue but it is preventing me from playing online, any helpful advice would be appreciated.try ~/.osu/drive_c/users/<your username>/"Local Settings"/"Application Data"/"osu!"
hey i've followed your tutorial and got osu running which is nice 8D thanks for the guideExact same for me, and I also seem to have problem that RaidMax had, I get 50~ fps on nvidia gtx 770 and proprietary drivers, so I think it is not using proper driver or somehow
The thing i'm not able to do however is get OpenGL to work. I must say though trying to change the release stream from stable(fallback) to cutting edge doesnt stick. it goes back to stable fallback immediatly and says osu is up to date. Got any idea whats going wrong?
hey, I have problem when I must connect to buncho.try
I have that massage - what I can do if I don't have that?
Someone could help? ;o
exe not found but.. I do all of this in your post my masterforgot to replace the wine profile
Just crsor is like if I must something write. ;-;