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GreekGameStudio

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After of updating the LGE to version-4.2 Its start to crashing... and ill start the LGE from console in verbose mode to detect the bug that i "faced!!" so...

The point is: when ill trying to click to a texture object in a assets panel to add some needed changes the LGE crash with this outputs:

Segmentation fault
Game removed: AppID 251810 "Leadwerks Game Engine", ProcID 11691
No cached sticky mapping in ActivateActionSet.

Any idea about it.. an how can i fix it?


OS Debian Jessie8.6

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SpEcIeS

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Using the same distro, but not receiving this crash. Maybe some more information can be added to assist in helping out with this problem.

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Here is the info from screenfetch scrypt..

OS: Debian 8.6 jessie
Kernel: x86_64 Linux 3.16.0-4-amd64
Uptime: 57m
Packages: 2424
Shell: bash 4.3.30
Resolution: 3840x1080
DE: Cinnamon 2.2.16
WM: Muffin
WM Theme: BlueMenta (Greybird)
GTK Theme: Greybird [GTK2], Greybird [GTK3]
Icon Theme: Fog
Font: Sans 9
CPU: AMD FX-8320 Eight-Core @ 3.5GHz
GPU: AMD/ATI Curacao XT [Radeon R9 270X]
RAM: 923MB / 15983MB

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The current BUG is faced only in a Debian Distro with DE Cinnamon (i don have test it in outher DE on Debian).. in Ubuntu with any DE on it its works fine and without issues..

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DE = desktop environment?

We only officially support stock Ubuntu at this time.  The upcoming GUI refresh might work with Cinnamon, but I don't know for sure.

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View PostJosh Klint, on 07 January 2017 - 09:25 PM, said:

DE = desktop environment?

We only officially support stock Ubuntu at this time.  The upcoming GUI refresh might work with Cinnamon, but I don't know for sure.

yes! DE is a enviroment.

Well.. we wait and see) and if! at the end.. it wil not work with that DE, then we just change the DE to somthing else..i.e KDE

Fortunatly il have another linux distro as i refer on the top... and ill dont loose time to work on my projects..)

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Currently using XFCE and it has no issues with Leadwerks and in the past I have used Leadwerks in Gnome without issue. Window managers such as Fluxbox may have issues with dialog boxes not loading dimensions and appearing only as a titlebar.

All tested using Debian Jessie.

Also, are you using proprietary drivers, or amdgpu open source drivers?

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View PostSpEcIeS, on 11 January 2017 - 11:22 AM, said:

Also, are you using proprietary drivers, or amdgpu open source drivers?
proprietary ofcorse.. cost its abilitys..ie: openGL 4.5 +

FGLRX..

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Did you try a different desktop manager such as XFCE, or KDE? The Cinnamon desktop in Debian Jessie is a little antiquated, but should be rock solid and stable. Debian is so versatile. Leadwerks also worked well on Gnome 3.14, which comes with Debian Jessie too.