EDIT:outdated, please ignore my post
marshallracer wrote:You can add elementaryOS 0.4.1 to the working distros
it's really just based on Ubuntu 16.04 LTS and I've only tried it within a VM but it does its job
(no comment on latency or performance because VM tests are not to be trusted a lot but it worked just fine)
Is there actually a distro or repository where one can test wayland?
I'm actually really curious how (bad) it actually turns out to be (for playing osu) in its current state
WINEPREFIX=whatever WINEARCH=win32 winetricks sound=alsa
WINEPREFIX=whatever WINEARCH=win32 pasuspender -- winecfg
WINEPREFIX=whatever WINEARCH=win32 pasuspender -- wine 'C:\\osu\osu!.exe') and it should work fine!
fps = 1000/(how many milliseconds it takes to render one frame)
thanks for debugging my guide
Neil Watts wrote:Hey,
Thanks for having written this - and keeping up to date.
That said, it doesn't seem to work on my side - under Debian stable (stretch).
I've tried so many tutorials but I'm really stuck. Since I wiped my Windows partition in December, I didn't find a way to play osu! again and it's quite troublesome to me.
Here's a video showing my problem, just dumbly copypasting your commands :
As usual, wine is going nuts and I don't have a clue of what's happening.
I know your tutorial isn't especially designed for Debian systems, but if you have any idea of where I can start digging to have a chance to make it run, please let me know.
Thanks for your help.
WINEPREFIX=~/osu-wine WINEARCH=win32 wine ~/Downloads/osu\!install.exe
uhh I think that's the new forums' fault, I'm pretty sure I pasted the links correctly lol will try to fix
snowbliss wrote:you messed up a lot of the links when you edited the post to newest revision
they turned out like this . . " https://github.com/Francesco149/loli-ov ... sound.conf "
" https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Ad " --> ur alsa arch wiki link lol
newcomers might be confused
good to know! but staging never affected performance on osu for me and I think arch is the only one that has up to date wine staging so i decided to leave it out
snowbliss wrote:wine staging is updated for wine 3.5 / 3.6 now
staging might improve quality of gameplay as it offers improvements for "realtime" and "I/O heavy" games/apps
ah, I thought arch had fixed this by now, guess I'll readd this to the guide, thanks for testing
[Vanilla Coke] wrote:hello there. i have got arch linux. i was about to throw this away because no internet connection on wine. but now i figured how to fix that. write "sudo pacman -S lib32-gnutls" and i guess your issue will be fixed.
if you already tried everything on https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/intel_graphics I recommend trying a barebones window manager like jwm ( https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/JWM ) or a lightweight DE with no fancy effects like lxde
[Vanilla Coke] wrote:https://osu.ppy.sh/ss/10759611 do you think i can do anything with this?
specs: HP ProBook 450 G1 (arch linux + KDE)
processor : i5-4200M @ 2.50 ghz
thats all sadly.
i have got better performance on win.
well, we had a bug report on wine's tracker about it and never managed to figure it out even though I remember bisecting commits and finding exactly which commits broke it
snowbliss wrote:after a bunch of testing wine 1.8.3 still seems to offer far superior audio latency with winetricks sound=alsa flag
idk how to change winealsa.drv on newer versions of wine, i'm guessing that's the problem ? ?