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League of Legends bugsplats after champion select

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OldUncleEli Monday 3 November 2014 at 20:51

Hi, I'm new to PlayOnLinux, so forgive me if this is a repost, but I couldn't find the solution anywhere yet. The client launches fine, and I can get all the way through champion select, but when the new proccesss starts, there is some sort of problem (which I suspect may be driver issues, but don't know how to resolve). 

The only hardware I have that could conceivably cause trouble is my processor which is an AMD A10-6800K APU, and because it is an APU, it works as my graphics card as well. 

I am running Ubuntu 12.04 right now. 

Here is a pastebin of my log file (sorry, it's rather long. If there is a portion of it that would be most helpful, I will change it)

Also, the sound in the client does not work, but this is not a big deal as long as in-game sound will work. 



Edited by OldUncleEli

petch Monday 3 November 2014 at 22:21

> glxinfo \| grep renderer
  OpenGL renderer string: Gallium 0.4 on llvmpipe (LLVM 3.2, 128 bits)
> OpenGL libs (Direct rendering testing)
  32bits direct rendering is not enabled
  64bits direct rendering is not enabled


Fix the latter two if you plan any gaming

Gallium on llvmpipe is not an accelerated video driver

OldUncleEli Tuesday 4 November 2014 at 8:48

I got rid of the Gallium driver and now I'm using the opensource AMD video driver. 

The game now goes past champion select, loads, and starts the game, but I cannot see anything, just hear sounds. I am positive that this is an issue with my 32 bit openGL drivers (check the log file pasted below), but I have no idea how to fix it. 

playonlinux log:

I'm sure that someone has run across this same problem. Any help would be appreciated. 

PoTski Friday 14 November 2014 at 14:18

yep. its the Driver.

I had this issue before. Then i moved to the fglrx driver and it worked. The latest one gives me some issues tho. Or i dont know what it is.  My bug:

But still. its a display driver issue. you should try different drivers.

four your sound issues.

apt-get install libasound2-plugins:i386





Ronin DUSETTE Friday 14 November 2014 at 17:20

For sure, you need to install your proprietary graphics drivers and their 32-bit libs. PoTski suggested the libasound2-plugins:i386 package. I would install that as well. 

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