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TheTanadu wrote:

exe not found :o but.. I do all of this in your post my master :D
http://imgur.com/WTGFf6g
Just crsor is like if I must something write. ;-; :D
forgot to replace the wine profile
~/.wine/drive_c/users/<your username>/"Local Settings"/"Application Data"/"osu!"/"osu!.exe"
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I have one problem with osu, the audio skips,pops, crackles and ive followed the guide. maybe you can help me? remotely or something.
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;_; I try but when I make that, I got "bash" to write something - first time I have problem with wine ;-; :D
http://imgur.com/zrNhuRd
or I'm stupid ;-;
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TheTanadu wrote:

;_; I try but when I make that, I got "bash" to write something - first time I have problem with wine ;-; :D
http://imgur.com/zrNhuRd
or I'm stupid ;-;
Try This.
'~/.wine/drive_c/users/<your username>/Local\ Settings/Application\ Data/osu\!/osu\!.exe'
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TheTanadu wrote:

;_; I try but when I make that, I got "bash" to write something - first time I have problem with wine ;-; :D
http://imgur.com/zrNhuRd
or I'm stupid ;-;
remove the single quote at the beginning
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TheAussie wrote:

I have one problem with osu, the audio skips,pops, crackles and ive followed the guide. maybe you can help me? remotely or something.
does it also crackle during alsa audio tests?
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Franc[e]sco wrote:

TheAussie wrote:

I have one problem with osu, the audio skips,pops, crackles and ive followed the guide. maybe you can help me? remotely or something.
does it also crackle during alsa audio tests?
No, it was when i switched to PulseAudio for OBS, but i have configured settings a bit different since then and it doesn't seem to be happening.
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Can't get ce or beta run on wine :<

What I had installed in osu's prefix:
nat@nat ~ % ./winetricks list-installed       
baekmuk
corefonts
dotnet20
dotnet20sp1
dotnet30sp1
dotnet35
dotnet40
dotnet45
eufonts
gdiplus
gdiplus_winxp
msxml3
takao
unifont
wenquanyi
./winetricks list-installed 4.95s user 2.81s system 87% cpu 8.899 total

But when I try to switch to ce or beta, it automatically switch back to stable fallback. So I switch that on Windows as suggested. osu! did update itself to ce on Windows, but when I try to run it with wine, osu!update shows up and 'update' osu to stable fallback version... :I

I am not on linux, but OS X, not sure if that matter.
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MagicNAT wrote:

Can't get ce or beta run on wine :<

What I had installed in osu's prefix:
nat@nat ~ % ./winetricks list-installed       
baekmuk
corefonts
dotnet20
dotnet20sp1
dotnet30sp1
dotnet35
dotnet40
dotnet45
eufonts
gdiplus
gdiplus_winxp
msxml3
takao
unifont
wenquanyi
./winetricks list-installed 4.95s user 2.81s system 87% cpu 8.899 total

But when I try to switch to ce or beta, it automatically switch back to stable fallback. So I switch that on Windows as suggested. osu! did update itself to ce on Windows, but when I try to run it with wine, osu!update shows up and 'update' osu to stable fallback version... :I

I am not on linux, but OS X, not sure if that matter.
why not use the beta osx build since you're on osx? maybe there are more graphical support issues with wine on osx
http://osx.ppy.sh/

also if it might help this is the list installed from a working install:
loli@jigoku:~$ WINEPREFIX=~/.wine WINARCH=win32 winetricks list-installed
corefonts
dotnet20sp1
dotnet20
dotnet30sp1
dotnet35
dotnet40
dotnet45
gdiplus
gdiplus_winxp
msxml3
takao
vcrun2008
vcrun2010
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peppy said its not possible to run anything else than stable on osx Wine build atm. Have to wait for native client ;/
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Franc[e]sco wrote:

MagicNAT wrote:

Can't get ce or beta run on wine :<

What I had installed in osu's prefix:
nat@nat ~ % ./winetricks list-installed       
baekmuk
corefonts
dotnet20
dotnet20sp1
dotnet30sp1
dotnet35
dotnet40
dotnet45
eufonts
gdiplus
gdiplus_winxp
msxml3
takao
unifont
wenquanyi
./winetricks list-installed 4.95s user 2.81s system 87% cpu 8.899 total

But when I try to switch to ce or beta, it automatically switch back to stable fallback. So I switch that on Windows as suggested. osu! did update itself to ce on Windows, but when I try to run it with wine, osu!update shows up and 'update' osu to stable fallback version... :I

I am not on linux, but OS X, not sure if that matter.
why not use the beta osx build since you're on osx? maybe there are more graphical support issues with wine on osx
http://osx.ppy.sh/

also if it might help this is the list installed from a working install:
loli@jigoku:~$ WINEPREFIX=~/.wine WINARCH=win32 winetricks list-installed
corefonts
dotnet20sp1
dotnet20
dotnet30sp1
dotnet35
dotnet40
dotnet45
gdiplus
gdiplus_winxp
msxml3
takao
vcrun2008
vcrun2010
:D I had successfully runs it. Just enable the hide version option from wine, and osu! allows me to update.



Seems like this option is only available though wine-staging.
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just finished testing my setup on gentoo and it runs smoothly at an average of 0.39ms frame time (almost 3k fps). Will update the guide with gentoo-related stuff tomorrow
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Thx for the guide. I somehow got it running in Debian but not very good. Some Pulse/Alsa problems first, then background and Skin problems. Now some other problems with latency. For some reason Debian has no low-latency or rt-kernel for newer releases, because they say it's in the kernel already or something like that. I hope to see some native love for linux with the upcoming .NET Core but knowing peppy i doubt it^^
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btw I managed to get both pulse and osu running in realtime scheduling on gentoo, I'm kinda busy atm but I will eventually update the guide
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Besides the osu rant about deleting background makes it aaaangry i got the issues fixed now. (Bad idea to use the same config you used with windows) I have to use alsa directly and set offset to excactly -30 though, but i get latency < 1ms.
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NoYzE wrote:

Besides the osu rant about deleting background makes it aaaangry i got the issues fixed now. (Bad idea to use the same config you used with windows) I have to use alsa directly and set offset to excactly -30 though, but i get latency < 1ms.
the winealsa.drv patch should chip off at least 10ms off that -30, also I suggest setting that as the map's offset, not global offset because at least 15-20ms of it are keyboard input latency caused by wine, because the audio sounds spot-on. or at least that's my case.
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To all the Arch Linux people: trying to keep 32bit software to a minimum, package lib32-gnutls is nessary for cuttingedge to aquire a connection to the OSU! server.

#glxinfo is here
# pacman -S mesa-demos

##
### get a good alsa interface for wine here
##

#make sure you have multilib
# nano /etc/pacman.conf

#install wine-stageing (just happens to be avalable from multilib)
# pacman -Syu wine-staging

#quell naggboxes about no geko or mono being avalable (these packages are not used to my knoledge)
# pacman -S wine_gecko wine-mono

#winetricks
# pacman -S winetricks


#install 32 bit libs for alsa(probably need more for pulse)
# pacman -S lib32-alsa-lib lib32-alsa-plugins

#
##Test wine audio here
#

#osu! requires gnutls (will also quiet some errors when installing dotnet45)
# pacman -S lib32-gnutls

#
## install dotnet45 corefonts
## download and install osu!


If switching to cutting edge gives you some trouble try what MagicNAT did
I had successfully runs it. Just enable the hide version option from wine, and osu! allows me to update.



Seems like this option is only available though wine-staging.
P.S. Please forgive my formatting :o im dead.
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Is it helping to hide the wine version? Because when I do that a lot of number just dissapear in osu, everything work fine and i'm able to play but i'm not sure if a notice a cursor lag or not (i'm using a bamboo tablet)
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Hmm, is using a lowlatency kernel recommended nowadays? I've asked the question in other places, and the general consensus was that it was pretty pointless on general-use workstations unless you did work with mechanics and machinery that require low latency. Not sure if it helps osu! that much vs a standard kernel, but unless osu! is the only thing you're doing on that computer to not care, throughput will be lower.

From my understanding, modded kernels and even SteamOS that advertise the use of a lowlatency kernel have tweaks done to it to also make it worthwhile for general desktop usage.

For Ubuntu and Debian, I'd recommend XanMod kernel: http://xanmod.org/

Liquorix is also an alright choice for Ubuntu and Debian: http://liquorix.net/

For openSUSE, pontostroy's drm-next kernel is nice (not certain if it's actually latency-optimized or if it's just bleeding-edge): http://download.opensuse.org/repositori ... /drm-next/

For Arch, Gentoo, and anyone wanting to manually patch the kernel for whatever distro they use, pf-kernel also looks really interesting: https://pf.natalenko.name/


And two other notes for the guide; disabling mouse acceleration with xset can be problematic or just not work depending on the input library being used (pretty sure it doesn't work at all with libinput). There's an Arch wiki page somewhere with a few better methods. Also the PPA link for Wine Staging is outdated (the staging wiki has the new PPA; too lazy to copy/paste atm lol).
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I'm using the ck kernel on gentoo, I dunno if it actually improves input lag / game performance but might as well use it.

Also thanks for the info on the ppa & mouse accel.
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