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 ? ?
regedit: No such file or directory
regedit: Unable to open the file 'dsound.reg'.
# replace the directory with your directory with these files.
# now we'll use the tool we installed. change file.osk with the name of the actual file.
mimeopen -d file.osk
# now it will say if you want to open it with smth so select other if it's there. then write just osu and it will open osu with that file and also it will set as default. if #you don't have an option other in mimeopen then select osu!.
#now we'll do this same with .osz extension
mimeopen -d file.osz
# now it will say if you want to open it with smh so select other if it's there. then write just osu and it will open osu with that file and also it will set as default. if #you don't have option other in mimeopen then select osu!.
The download for dotnet462 changed, for now you can just change the dotnet version, dotnet461 should be good.
_Cynical_ wrote:When trying to create a new wine prefix and install .NET 4.6.2, gdiplus and japanese font aliases, I keep getting this specific error "sha256sum mismatch! Rename /home/anthony/.cache/winetricks/dotnet462/dotNetFx462_Full_x86_x64_Slim.exe and try again."
Now, I have tried countless things, reinstalling, deleting Wine and Winetricks from "/home/usr/.cache" But nothing seems to work.
The reason I have switched to Linux is because of the countless issues I get with Windows 10, bsod's, Bad performance and constant bugs, overall the main reason I got bored of Windows was because it lost it's charm and ultimately got boring to use.
I knew switching to Linux would have some worth getting used to. But running osu is my main priority for now.
Hopefully this issue can be resolved quickly.
Thanks for your time!