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I've recently decided to try Ubuntu after using Windows for years, and installed KSP via steam. The game installs and opens without problem, but after the loading screen, the game crashes and freezes my system. My specs KSP.log I'm a completely new to Linux, so I know pretty much nothing about the more technical side of Ubuntu, so if you can help me by simplifying it the most I will be grateful. Also, I've already tried to change to an older driver version, it indeed worked with KSP, but gave me problems with other games. No mods installed apart from the 2 official DLCs. Reinsta
Hello everyone, I'm trying to get KSP to play audio on my linux computer but with no luck. I downloaded a copy of KSP 1.10(.1.2939) from the website, but even when all of the settings in game have the volume up, there's no sound. Worse, if you go to desktop volume settings KSP shows up - you can raise and lower it's non-existent volume - so the computer knows something is suppose to be there. I tried running ksp with a flag like so: ./KSP.x86_64 -force-glcore But it didn't help. I even tried setting some environment variables like so: LD_LIBRARY_PATH="/usr/lib:$LD_LIBRARY
I bought KSP a few weeks ago, downloaded the 1.2.2 Linux-64 version, and I've been enthusiastically building and launching ships in sandbox (haven't started a career or science game yet). I've noticed that if I build a ship with more than 60 or so parts and then launch it immediately, or even if I restart the game and go direction to launch pad with a ship over about 80 parts, I get nearly constant "yellow clock", which I've read indicates frame rate lag. A few times, I've had frame rate (or other) lag so bad that keyboard commands or mouse clicks wouldn't catch on the first try, or require