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install a proprietary driver Since you are gaming this is the first thing you should do. You need to enable non-free sources so: Open Ubuntu Software Center go to Edit -> Software Sources Enable the "Proprietary drivers for devices (restricted)" option. Close the Software center run sudo apt-get update to make sure things are up to date go to your systems ...


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Generally instead of stopping the application on overheating, the system will perform an emergency shut down, so I would say that heat is probably not the cause of this particular crash. The game wasn't released that long ago, so it isn't unreasonable for there to be a couple of problems that haven't been ironed out yet. Evidence of Emergency Shutdown: on ...


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It is possible but very hard to accomplish, firstly you are able to setup multiple monitors as a single large monitor using Xinerama, now for the hard part, you need a video capture card that is compatible with Linux, Blackmagic cards are the most recognised brand which has support for Linux, however you need to compile the DeckLink SDK and develop a setup ...


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The Graal Online client currently doesn't work on Linux as of around the 2nd of February because the GraalOnline servers require you to have the most updated version of the client which is 6.111 for Mac OSX and 6.113 for Windows while the Linux client is still at 6.037 and was last updated in November 2012. See Source Below is a screenshot I took of the ...


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Run jstest-gtk, wiggle the sticks around and ensure that they all report to the computer properly (ignore the configuration in jstest-gtk, no modern game uses that) Run Steam in Big Picture and configure your controller there, that should fix SDL2 based games, non-Steam games launched through Steam should work as well For games outside of Steam you have ...



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