Crash whenever commander deploys. Tutorial runs OK.

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  1. fuxoft

    fuxoft New Member

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    I have bought PA:Titans today and I play it on my Xubuntu Linux. I completed whole tutorial - the game ran without problems. But whenever I want to play "Galactic War", the game crashes at the moment the commander lands on planet. Here is the terminal output of the crash: pastebin.com/Et8gvr8G
  2. mikeyh

    mikeyh Post Master General

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    Please use the upload a file button to upload the full log here.
  3. mikeyh

    mikeyh Post Master General

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    Also what OS / specs?
  4. fuxoft

    fuxoft New Member

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    The file is attached. The OS is XUbuntu Linux. Specs are... more than enough, I'd say. Quad core, 16 GB of memory, game runs great (in the tutorials).

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  5. DeathByDenim

    DeathByDenim Post Master General

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    Also that log you linked to seems to only contain the server part. Can you check the logs in ~/.local/Uber Entertainment/Planetary Annihilation/logs ?

    And there is a bug that makes PA crash if you use the XOV commander. Did you try Galactic War with other commanders?
  6. fuxoft

    fuxoft New Member

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    Ah, that was it! With another commander, the game does not crash. The commander selection is purely cosmetic?
  7. DeathByDenim

    DeathByDenim Post Master General

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    Yes it is. And that specific commander crash should be fixed in the next update. Or if you can't wait, open "<PA install dir>/media/pa/units/commanders/raptor_xov/raptor_xov.json" and change "/pa/units/commanders/raptor_xov/raptor_xov.papa" to "/pa/units/commanders/raptor_xov/raptor_XOV.papa". It's one of those case-sensitive things.

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