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#16 [en] 

That's unexpected...
Start from the terminal and watch any text it outputs... Anything relevant there?

Have fun,

#17 [en] 

looks ok I think.. administrator@linux-ubuntu:~$
Found 228 BNP files in /home/administrator/.ryzom/data
Updating /home/administrator/.ryzom/client.cfg...
Patching Ryzom data...
receiving file list ...
284 files to consider

Number of files: 284
Number of files transferred: 0
Total file size: 6780340043 bytes
Total transferred file size: 0 bytes
Literal data: 0 bytes
Matched data: 0 bytes
File list size: 6351
File list generation time: 0.001 seconds
File list transfer time: 0.000 seconds
Total bytes sent: 75
Total bytes received: 6391

sent 75 bytes received 6391 bytes 2586.40 bytes/sec
total size is 6780340043 speedup is 1048614.30
Launching Ryzom...

#18 [en] 

And when you crash there's no more text? Please wait until it happens and report back =)

#19 [en] 

And when you crash there's no more text? Please wait until it happens and report back =)

Please note that if you start from the terminal, you can't close the terminal window. If you do close the terminal, ryzom will exit too :-)

Have fun,

Last edited by Nuno (8 years ago)

#20 [en] 

Just crashed, nothing else appeared in that terminal box.

#21 [en] 

Just to update this one:
We debugged the crash to the proprietary ATI drivers (message in /var/log/syslog reporting a segfault in those drivers).

Jayson uninstalled those drivers and is using the open source drivers without problems.

(OSS drivers don't render the water correctly -- it's "flat" -- but it's a minor inconvenient if compared to crashing every 30 minutes)

Have fun,

#22 [en] 

i have download ryzom , and i extract al the files well then execute ryzom menu install and update, but when i try to open the game it says that Ryzom_Client does not exist, , but ryzom_client is there . ??? what can i do help plz.

#23 [en] 

find / -mount -name | xargs cat {} | grep RYZOM_CLIENT

note line RYZOM_CLIENT=
Is ryzom_client file where RYZOM_CLIENT points to?

#24 [en] 

Change to that directory, like cd /home/user/Ryzom
Execute ryzom_client with: ./ryzom_client
(the ./ is important)

There's a Ryzom repository is you're running Debian/Ubuntu on your box. It will run better than the original if you're running a 64bit OS.

Good luck,
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