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  • #16
    Originally posted by DenT View Post
    This segfault is tricky one.
    I reproduced it (just by starting new game and clicking top icons 1 by 1), but ~10 times it wont crash anymore.
    I also found that sometimes clicking the shield in the upper left corner would cause the segfault but accessing the same Kingdom View from elsewhere (from one of the units I think) it worked fine. Kinda odd.

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    • #17
      Originally posted by Dehir View Post
      Hmm. I guess i should start shitting briks cause paradox games use dot.net and direct3d atleast magicka does. Well dont mind... i own magicka. Prett neat game ya. Lets hope they release magicka
      I'm pretty sure Magicka wasn't developed by Paradox, i.e. they only published it.

      AFAIK their recent games are Europa Universalis IV, East vs. West, March of the Eagles, Crusader Kings II, Hearts of Iron 3, Rome, Sengoku and Victoria 2.

      But speaking of CK2 I also bought it yesterday, but unfortunately it crashes after 10-20 minutes of playing. Has anyone got it running without crashing? If so, what are your specs and do you have any DLC?

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      • #18
        Originally posted by DenT View Post
        First check ~/Documents/Paradox Interactive/Crusader Kings II/logs/error.log and other logs.
        Probably it's problem with wrong macro in shader file.
        STANDARDFUNCS_H__ macro is violates GLSL standard.

        If you remove two first and last lines from /gfx/FX/standardfuncsgfx.fxh file map will probably show.

        I posted this bug here:
        forum.paradoxplaza.com /forum/showthread.php?658210-GLSL-Bad-macro-in-standardfuncsgfx.fxh
        Sorry for broken link, but I know there is pre-moderation for posts with links from new accounts.
        Removing the "__" from the defines was sufficient.
        It "seems" to work with mesa 9.0, r600g, HD 4000.
        I didn't have the time to actually play it.
        The resolution was fixed at 1920x1200 (native).
        Hence, the game is slow.
        Maybe there are some config files around to change it manually.

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        • #19
          Originally posted by johanar View Post
          But speaking of CK2 I also bought it yesterday, but unfortunately it crashes after 10-20 minutes of playing. Has anyone got it running without crashing? If so, what are your specs and do you have any DLC?
          For some people it's not crashed.
          E.g for me it's not crashed after 3 hours of playing, but before it's crashed 10 or so times (when I tried to reproduce bug from forums).
          But as long as I see on paradox forums that isn't Linux-specific problem, so you just need to wait for patch.

          If so, what are your specs and do you have any DLC?
          Ubuntu 12.04 with MATE, AMD card with proprietary driver, 8GB ram. Yes. I got most of DLC exclude SI and new one.

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          • #20
            Being Total War addicted, I really love these games..

            It will be mine at the next sale

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            • #21
              Everyone who get crashed could try that temporary fix:
              http://forum.paradoxplaza.com/forum/...porary-Mac-Fix
              It's also works for Linux version.

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              • #22
                Much slower on Linux than windows

                Originally posted by entropy View Post
                Removing the "__" from the defines was sufficient.
                It "seems" to work with mesa 9.0, r600g, HD 4000.
                I didn't have the time to actually play it.
                The resolution was fixed at 1920x1200 (native).
                Hence, the game is slow.
                Maybe there are some config files around to change it manually.
                What in the world have these guys done?

                Windows requirements: Video Card: NVIDIAŽ GeForce 8800 or ATI RadeonŽ X1900, 512mb graphics memory required.

                Linux requirements: ATI Radeon HD 6750 / NVIDIA GeForce 320 / NVIDIA GeForce > 9600 or higher, 1024MB graphics

                The difference in graphics requirements is huge, and the game hardly displays anything remotely graphically intense. I bought this assuming is would run on my Laptop ( RV620 i.e 3000HD ) to play on the train on the way to work but its far to slow even on the latest Mesa 9.1 drivers. Anyone know what in the world these guys have done to require such greater graphics card compaired to Windows. The game only displays a map with a few things on it, its not like is a FPS.

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                • #23
                  Originally posted by timothyja View Post
                  What in the world have these guys done?

                  Windows requirements: Video Card: NVIDIAŽ GeForce 8800 or ATI RadeonŽ X1900, 512mb graphics memory required.

                  Linux requirements: ATI Radeon HD 6750 / NVIDIA GeForce 320 / NVIDIA GeForce > 9600 or higher, 1024MB graphics
                  Isn't the GeForce 9600 just a re-branded 8600?

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                  • #24
                    Perhaps it tries to calculate bitcoins while you play?

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                    • #25
                      Originally posted by uid313 View Post
                      Isn't the GeForce 9600 just a re-branded 8600?
                      I'm not sure about this but the Radeon cards are miles apart. Also 512mb of ram vs 1024 mb something smells very half arsed about this port.

                      Edit: See a comparison of the Nvidia cards here look to be a considerable difference http://www.hwcompare.com/4393/geforc...e-9600-gt-1gb/
                      Last edited by timothyja; 02-10-2013, 04:59 PM.

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                      • #26
                        I have a 9600 gt with 512 mb of ram and I have no problem playing the game.

                        By the way, if I remember correctly what the reviews were saying when the card was new, the 9600 was often compared to the 8800.

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