Mass Effect 1 steam version and bumblebee

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cripplebeast Mercredi 27 Mai 2015 à 9:17

Debug Log:

[05/27/15 19:06:07] - Running wine-1.7.33 Steam.exe (Working directory : /home/tom/.PlayOnLinux/wineprefix/Steam/drive_c/Program Files/Steam)
[0527/] WSALookupServiceBegin failed with: 8
primus: warning: recreating incompatible pbuffer
[0527/] Running without renderer sandbox
[0527/] Running without renderer sandbox
primus: warning: recreating incompatible pbuffer


I'm using a dell xps 17 with an nvidia geforce 555m using nvidia optimus technology

I can play Mass Effect 1 fine on the intel card

I can play League of Legends, Mass Effect 2, Mass Effect 3 and others on the nvidia card


When I try to launch Mass Effect 1 from inside steam using primusrun I hear my fan spool up and steam says its preparing to launch Mass Effect, then nothing happens. If I try to launch again, it says its already running.

If I launch Mass Effect 1 from inside steam without using primusrun/optirun then the game works ok, but I have to turn down all my graphics settings.

This is a wineprefix for steam, the same one I use to run Mass Effect 2 on my nvidia card without any issues.

I'm at a loss for what to do next other than settle for playing on the intel card. Does anyone have any suggestions?


I also notice that clicking a link inside Mass Effect 1, 2 or 3 that should open a web page, opens the page in the native linux default browser (firefox in my case) and causes the game to freeze, this is unrelated, just thought I'd whack it on the end here


Edit: Ubuntu 15.04 64-Bit

Edité par cripplebeast

Ronin DUSETTE Mercredi 3 Juin 2015 à 2:42

Try switching the Wine version in the Virtual Drive to a newer version. Steam is broken for older versions of Wine, and the ME scripts may be using older versions. You can download/install the newest version of Wine from Tools -> Manage Wine Versions, then switch it in the General tab of the Configure Window. You should also make sure that you have the newest drivers installed, and that you also have the 32-bit libraries installed for your graphics card, too.

If that doesn't work, you can try a -staging version of Wine from Manage Wine Versions and enable CSMT via winecfg in the Wine tab of the Configure window.

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