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Neverwinter Nights Diamond Edition wont open

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Righteou5 Friday 5 September 2014 at 20:35
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I'm Running OpenSuSe 13.1 x64

ATI HD7850, flgrx drivers installed and working.

when I hit run the screen resizes a black window opens then closes and it starts debugger.

 

[POL_System_CheckFS] Message: Checking filesystem for nwmain.exe
[POL_Wine] Message: Running wine-1.7.12 nwmain.exe (Working directory : /home/kpc/.PlayOnLinux/wineprefix/NeverwinterNights_gog/drive_c/Program Files/GOG.com/Neverwinter Nights Diamond Edition)
[POL_Wine] Message: Notice: PlayOnLinux deliberately disables winemenubuilder. See http://www.playonlinux.com/fr/page-26-Winemenubuilder.html
ALSA lib dlmisc.c:252:(snd1_dlobj_cache_get) Cannot open shared library /usr/lib/alsa-lib/libasound_module_pcm_pulse.so
ALSA lib dlmisc.c:252:(snd1_dlobj_cache_get) Cannot open shared library /usr/lib/alsa-lib/libasound_module_pcm_pulse.so
wine: Unhandled page fault on read access to 0x0000077c at address 0xf7405abc (thread 0009), starting debugger...

Edited by Righteou5

Righteou5 Friday 5 September 2014 at 21:31
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P.S I tried to donate but I live in the USA, is their a method for us?

booman Monday 15 September 2014 at 20:46
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I think I donated with PayPal in the past.

Those are audio errors in Alsa and Pulseaudio.
What kind of audio setup do you have?   Analog, HDMI, other?

Can ou launch Never Winter Night by clicking Debug?  then post those error here.


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Ronin DUSETTE Tuesday 16 September 2014 at 8:14
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Looks like missing 32-bit audio libs, but it is hard to tell if that is the real cause without the debug output. That tends to give more information. 


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booman Tuesday 16 September 2014 at 17:23
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That is what I was thinking as well.  Out of curiousity, how do you install 32-bit libraries for audio?  Do you have to know what chip/model your motherboard is using?


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Ronin DUSETTE Wednesday 17 September 2014 at 7:10
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That stuff is built into the kernel. I actually meant to say 32-bit libraries for your sound system. Like, the 32-bit ALSA and 32-bit Pulse libraries. lol. Sorry for the mistake in nomenclature. 


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booman Wednesday 17 September 2014 at 17:11
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Gotcha, so then should he install "multi arch" to get 32-libraries for Alsa and Pulse?

I don't ever remember actually select 32-bit Alsa or Pulse when installing Linux, so if you don't have them, there must be a specific way to install them.


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Ronin DUSETTE Wednesday 17 September 2014 at 21:56
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I think they just get pulled in. Usually, like say in *buntu, if you already have a bunch of 64 bit libraries installed, and you then install 'multiarch-support', it does a pretty good job of looking at what you already have installed, and finding the 32-bit companion. It is not perfect, but it pulls in a lot of 32-bit libraries. Although, I am not sure how the package manager works around that on the OP's distro. I have to assume that there is something integrated for multiarch systems.


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booman Wednesday 17 September 2014 at 22:10
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Good to hear.  It has been that simple for me in the past, but troubleshooting this is the hard part.


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ganbare Thursday 18 September 2014 at 3:06
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I've never used OpenSuse before but I think this problem can be solved by installing the  

alsa-plugins-pulse-32bit package. I know in Arch Linux the 32 bit alsa and pulse packages have to be explictely solved so I gather OpenSuse is the same in this regards.

Ronin DUSETTE Thursday 18 September 2014 at 4:04
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It is for sure a 32-bit package that is missing, but SuSE and Arch use different package managers. Nevertheless, I am sure if the OP checks their distro's documentation, they will be able to get those packages installed and we can see if that resolves the issue. 


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