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[Responded] Linux client not closing when exiting the game

Discussion in 'Critical Issues (Blockers, Performance, Crashes)' started by Kaffien, Jun 8, 2018.

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    Linux client not closing when exiting the game, steam says the game is still running
    unless I forcibly end the task.
     
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    We have some changes coming to our Linux users:

    https://www.shroudoftheavatar.com/f...instructions-please-read.129830/#post-1060471

    If you are able to, I highly recommend testing things out on QA. This QA release is open strictly to test Linux and Mac comp-ability which will definitely relate to performance.
    @Kaffien

    Please be sure to use /devbug if you report anything on QA and note your Linux version, pretty please. I hope we can make things better for you in R55.
     
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    I will poke about as soon as I can. I might just have to toss another drive in the pc at home and test there as well.

    Thank you for your continued hard work, It means the world to me to have linux support.
     
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    That linux 64bit installer still crashes the desktop environment in linux for ubuntu 18.04.

    Download still hasn't improved with the client still using 1.10 and still patching at 12 KB/s max.
     
    Last edited: Jun 15, 2018
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