Description of problem: I check that the lutris new version is in testing repositories. I tried the new version and works perfectly in Mageia 7.1 64-Bit.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable): Lutris 5.3
How reproducible: Install lutris 5.3 from the testing repositories
Steps to Reproduce:
In updates_testing: lutris-0.5.3-1.mga7
It looks as if you have found the newer version in core_updates_testing, and tried it - with success. Good, and thank you. This will save QA some work later on.
However, there is as yet no [other] bug open for this update. Devs often put forthcoming updates in updates_testing as a holding area for them before they are officially pushed i.e. with an update bug and advisory.
So this bug seems to 'jump the gun'; never mind.
Assigning it to Rémi who has this SRPM; close it or use it as you think best!
Ok, I'll wait for the package upload to stable repositories.
Thanks for the notification.
I opened the bug.
I opened the bug to confirm that lutris 5.3.1 works well in my Mageia 7 installation.
I installed the update-testing version and have been using lutris 5.3.1 without problems.
Isn't there anyone who can do any more testing?
I think it could be uploaded to the update repositories for end users.
It works well in Mageia 7 and brings improvements over the previous version.
I actually pushed lutris 0.5.4 to updates_testing a while ago, but forgot to assign to QA.
Updated lutris package improves compatibility with lutris.net scripts
The lutris application relies on scripts hosted at the upstream website
lutris.net. For an optimal experience, the client should be kept relatively
in sync with the API used for the scripts of the online database.
This update brings the latest version of Lutris with new features and bug
RPMs in core/updates_testing:
SRPM in core/updates_testing:
Lutris 5.3 works in Mageia 7 =>
Update candidate: lutris 0.5.4Assignee:
I've installed the new version in Mageia 7 Virtualbox X64. Run ok. Installed a game ok. I go to settings and modify the options ok. I installed differents wine versions ok.
Ok for Mageia 7 x64.
Any news on this?
Isn't there anyone who can do any more testing?
MGA7-64 Plasma on Lenovo B50
No installation issues
Ref to bug 20458 for tests.
Not getting anywhere.
2020-01-07 10:40:17,240: Running Lutris 0.5.4
2020-01-07 10:40:17,240: Running migration: fix_playtime
2020-01-07 10:40:17,241: Using Intel Open Source Technology Center
2020-01-07 10:40:17,242: Running Mesa driver 19.3.1 on Mesa DRI Intel(R) HD Graphics 5500 (Broadwell GT2) (0x1616)
2020-01-07 10:40:17,242: GPU: 1002:6660 17AA:381B using radeon drivers
2020-01-07 10:40:17,242: GPU: 8086:1616 17AA:3902 using i915 drivers
2020-01-07 10:40:17,242: i386 libGL.so.1 missing (needed by opengl)
2020-01-07 10:40:17,243: i386 libvulkan.so.1 missing (needed by vulkan)
2020-01-07 10:40:37,758: Vulkan is supported
2020-01-07 10:40:43,020: Updating DXVK versions
2020-01-07 10:40:43,516: Runtime winetricks is not available locally
2020-01-07 10:40:43,518: Runtime Ubuntu-18.04-i686 is not available locally
A box appears complaining about the missing 32-bit Vulkan stuff, then the Lutris wondow shows up, but it is completely empty, none of the locally installed games appear.
Installed and tested without issues.
Have several games installed (steam, wine, native, scummvm).
Since this is the first time running on this system, Lutris list is empty. After a bit of exploring and tinkering, Lutris found my games and now shows them in the list. Can start the games from Lutris without any problems.
The main features seem to be working. One thing that did not work was the dark theme. On or off, Lutris was always in the same bright colours.
At start, Lutris complains about Vulkan not being supported due to lack of driver support and vulkan libraries not being installed. The games I tried never complained so I never bothered trying to get Vulkan support on this system.
In summary, this is an OK for this system but I will leave it to other to mark the bug as they see it.
System: Mageia 7, x86_64, Plasma DE, LXQt DE, Intel CPU, nVidia Geforce 210 using nvidia340 proprietary drivers.
$ uname -a
Linux marte 5.4.10-desktop-1.mga7 #1 SMP Thu Jan 9 20:02:07 UTC 2020 x86_64 x86_64 x86_64 GNU/Linux
$ rpm -q lutris
Great, I may test in weekend
Related, is to update wine itself;
Bug 26093 - Wine 4.0.3 released
Some improvements are vulkan related, no idea if it helps in your case.
When installing 64 bit lutris, is it correct to want 32 bit dependencies?
# urpmi lutris
To satisfy dependencies, the following packages are going to be installed:
Package Version Release Arch
(medium "Core Updates Testing")
lutris 0.5.4 1.mga7 x86_64
(medium "Core 32bit Release")
libedit0 3.1 0.20181209.1> i586 (recommended)
libllvm8.0 8.0.0 1.mga7 i586 (recommended)
libvulkan-loader1 188.8.131.52 1.mga7 i586 (recommended)
libwayland-client0 1.17.0 1.mga7 i586 (recommended)
libx11-xcb1 1.6.7 1.mga7 i586 (recommended)
libxcb-dri3_0 1.13.1 1.mga7 i586 (recommended)
libxcb-present0 1.13.1 1.mga7 i586 (recommended)
libxcb-randr0 1.13.1 1.mga7 i586 (recommended)
libxcb-sync1 1.13.1 1.mga7 i586 (recommended)
libxshmfence1 1.3 2.mga7 i586 (recommended)
(medium "Core 32bit Updates")
libdrm2 2.4.100 1.mga7 i586 (recommended)
libdrm_amdgpu1 2.4.100 1.mga7 i586 (recommended)
libexpat1 2.2.7 1.1.mga7 i586 (recommended)
libmesavulkan-drivers 19.3.2 1.mga7 i586 (recommended)
libncurses6 6.1 20181117.3.1> i586 (recommended)
80MB of additional disk space will be used.
20MB of packages will be retrieved.
PS wine 4.0.3 is built now :) DS
Ah! I guess it is correct; it actually want both 64 and 32 bit, and i already had 64 bit stuff...
Lutris should optimally be tested with wine 4.0.3 we are about to release:
Bug 26093 - Update candidate: Wine 4.0.3 maintenance release
I attempted that, but it currently stumbles on wine-mono
Bug 26106 - wine-mono must be rebuilt because we have a new wine version
Lutris use an internal version of wine, which apparently is incompatible with the one we have and must have with our wine version, see https://bugs.mageia.org/show_bug.cgi?id=26106#c7
That is why it need to download wine-mono.
Created attachment 11483 [details]
Unreadable tiny popup
Attempting install of Fusion 360, it installs wine-mono as expected, and a bit later it shows a tiny message.
The narrow thing that is cyan-ligthblue in this screenshot, with a fraction of an X and a fraction of a wine glass.
It have to be closed for the install to continue (but the install fail, seem to enter loop)
I guess it is a problem internal to lutris or the wine version built into lutris.
Probably a minor upstream bug that should not stop this update.
Created attachment 11487 [details]
when tiny window is shown (see launching terminal)
The tiny window is annoying because need to be closed for the install to complete. And maybe it have useful information we can not see.
Second program i now tried to install succeeded (xmoto), finished successful install but only after having closed that tiny window by clicking its half X.
BTW, apparently the in-built wine is 0.5.11, as the window frame playing xmoto show the wine icon and "0.5.11" ?
@ PC LX and others, dont you get that tiny window when installing a new game using lutris search and install functions?
Or a window saying something?
I guess i see two problems:
§ Someting is not optimal, and it wants to inform me
§ It fail to display that.
Have installed a few games (native, native steam, wine, wine steam) and did not found any issues (other than some games not working correctly on wine). Did not see any tiny window.
Thanks, seem good then.
An update for this issue has been pushed to the Mageia Updates repository.