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  1. #251
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    Re: Dungeons & Dragons Online: Eberron Unlimited

    The problem is this: ati stopped supporting older cards a while back, so the official fglrx driver won't recognize your card (neither x300 or x600).

    The open source driver (which you are probably using now) does not have full opengl support yet.

    Its possible you could use an old driver (and old x.org that matches) but it would be non-trivial and way beyond this thread.


    Quote Originally Posted by njrob View Post
    So that means I just need to find a linux/Ubuntu based ATI driver that supports my graphics card? The Dell Latitude D810 actually uses Mobility Radeon X600, but the Dell site said I could use X300; is X600 still not covered by the driver I have?

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    Re: Dungeons & Dragons Online: Eberron Unlimited

    Thank you for your help! I will post again once I am finished with the driver issue.

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    Re: Dungeons & Dragons Online: Eberron Unlimited

    I know this isn't exactly the place for it but, Jeek, I can't be sure my personal messages got to you, so I need to use this as a failsafe method of getting through.

    I tried to install emgd to provid OpenGL support for DDO in Wine, but I seem to have turned my Ubuntu booting upsidedown. I can't get to the login screen or desktop. there is an error with the system configuration, something about a "command already being sent"
    I tried removing emgd, but the system can't find the files. the desktop managers; all the ones available to me, don't work completely; they stop at the loading screen with the orange dots underneath the name Ubuntu.

    Well, what's your diagnosis? I don't want to reinstall Ubuntu if I don't have to, but I don't know how far in over my head this situation is. Where do I go?

  4. #254
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    Re: Dungeons & Dragons Online: Eberron Unlimited

    Okay, I'm back on my own computer again; I had an old root disk from my last Wubi-resize that I hadn't deleted (Thank Goodness!)

    I need to do the risize over again, and maybe the installation, but now I know what to do and to be more careful!

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    Re: Dungeons & Dragons Online: Eberron Unlimited

    Now, back to business!

    I am making a new 32GB root.disk now, and will then commence reinstalling DDO and pylotro, (I have already updated to Wine1.3.37).

    Once all is as it had been before the emgd crisis, I will need to have a plan for how to provide OpenGL support. Can I use the nvidia driver even though I have an ATI GPU? If it must be ATI software to be compatible, would I find directions for that on the Forum(s) here? If so which?

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    Re: Dungeons & Dragons Online: Eberron Unlimited

    Hi, I'm back.

    I am still working on configuring my OpenGL drivers I just installed; they don't exactly have a gui, (yet), and I am trying to figure out how they work.

    I wanted to ask about pylotro's needs again. With wine 1.3.37, do I still need to get the updated patchclient.dll to run DDO, or is it included in the Mod8 installation?
    I could be reading this situation wrong, and it's pylotro that's using the patch-client.dll; I'm just not certain where to go from where I'm at:

    - DDO is installed.
    - pylotro is installed (windows standalone version in Wine).
    - Installed(ish?) OpenGL support software for r600 graphics card.
    - Using Ubuntu 11.10 with Wine 1.3.37

    Running Status: PyLotro window displays, and the DDO installation is recognized. However, when I "log in" with my account name and password, (in the realm/server selection field), the window that usually displays when activating pylotro's "patch" function is displayed, and skips directly to the message "finished."

  7. #257
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    Re: Dungeons & Dragons Online: Eberron Unlimited

    No .dlls are needed.

    Have a look at
    http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1824881

    and maybe try asking in that forum.

    Quote Originally Posted by njrob View Post
    Hi, I'm back.

    I am still working on configuring my OpenGL drivers I just installed; they don't exactly have a gui, (yet), and I am trying to figure out how they work.

    I wanted to ask about pylotro's needs again. With wine 1.3.37, do I still need to get the updated patchclient.dll to run DDO, or is it included in the Mod8 installation?
    I could be reading this situation wrong, and it's pylotro that's using the patch-client.dll; I'm just not certain where to go from where I'm at:

    - DDO is installed.
    - pylotro is installed (windows standalone version in Wine).
    - Installed(ish?) OpenGL support software for r600 graphics card.
    - Using Ubuntu 11.10 with Wine 1.3.37

    Running Status: PyLotro window displays, and the DDO installation is recognized. However, when I "log in" with my account name and password, (in the realm/server selection field), the window that usually displays when activating pylotro's "patch" function is displayed, and skips directly to the message "finished."

  8. #258
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    Re: Dungeons & Dragons Online: Eberron Unlimited

    I've been running DDO on Linux for about 2 years now. I'm running Linux Mint 11 on a Lenovo Think Pad W520. If you can't get ths figured out let me know. I've found it helpful to have a Windows Virtual Machine handy because the pylotro updater breaks every once in a while so I do the update on the Windows Virtual machine and copy the files to my Linux box.

    Let me know if you need help, or hit me up on Thelanis if you manage to get everything working.

  9. #259
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    Re: Dungeons & Dragons Online: Eberron Unlimited

    Hi, Update 13 just came out and now that tried to patch DDO it starts giving me these errors:

    rundll32.exe patchclientlotro.dll,Patch patch.ddo.com:80 --language English --productcode DDO --filesonly
    Connecting to patch.ddo.com:80

    Checking files...
    files to patch: 13 bytes to download: 44126496
    Patching files:

    err:wininet:HTTP_HttpOpenRequestW Unable to escape string!(L"/ddo/patch/1202230715/all/de/DDO TOS.rtf") (-2147467261)

    Failed!

    Failed!

    Failed to download files: OES_E_HTTP_STATUS_BAD_REQUEST(0x80044190)

    Connecting to patch.ddo.com:80

    Checking files...
    files to patch: 13 bytes to download: 44126496
    Patching files:

    err:wininet:HTTP_HttpOpenRequestW Unable to escape string!(L"/ddo/patch/1202230715/all/de/DDO TOS.rtf") (-2147467261)

    Failed!

    Failed!

    Failed to download files: OES_E_HTTP_STATUS_BAD_REQUEST(0x80044190)

    Connecting to patch.ddo.com:80

    checking data...
    data patches: 0 bytes to download: 0
    Patching data:



    *** Finished ***

    Any ideas why it is doing this and if there is a way to fix it. I've been able to patch it successfully for a while now. Don't know why it's doing it now.

  10. #260
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    Re: Dungeons & Dragons Online: Eberron Unlimited

    It patched fine here, I see you're using the lotro patch dll tho, try switch back to the original one (patchclient.dll).

    Far as I know, the lotro .dll was a workaround that is no longer needed and may be the problem.

    Quote Originally Posted by skulkruncher View Post
    Hi, Update 13 just came out and now that tried to patch DDO it starts giving me these errors:

    rundll32.exe patchclientlotro.dll,Patch patch.ddo.com:80 --language English --productcode DDO --filesonly
    Connecting to patch.ddo.com:80

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