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  1. Hi,

    which flavour and version of linux are you using ? And do you remember which libraries were causing problems ?

    I use the pc i have ksp installed on for a little naive c++ programming (learning vulkan :-)), but i am not a programmer.

    I must say that the past versions of ksp always have been an unstable mess causing kernel intervention sooner or later. And there hasn't been any new functionality since 0.90. I would expect a well behaved program to certainly handle messages related to possible timing problems etc.



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    2. Green Baron

      Green Baron

      No dependency problems on my pc, they would have jumped in my eyes :-)

      Yeah, don't downgrade to versions from before your os' version. Only if you are sure that you can really keep them apart from the newer stuff, and especially with a system like Ubuntu one can never be sure what dependencies hide behind the scenes :-)

      GCC 6.3 and kernel 4.8 come with debian 9, so no version problem there on my side. Funnily enough ksp runs on my notebook with debian 9 but that has only an i3 and 4gb ram. The poor thing starts to sweat heavily.

      The pc i am on now has an i7 4700k with 3500ghz, 16gb and a gtx660 graphics card, so a reasonable pc from 4 years ago. That thing quits when ksp runs. I have another newer one here with an i7 6700k, 16gb and a gtx970. Tomorrow i'll try it on that one ...


    3. TauPhraim


      Hi, did you find a workaround for liblingoona and "old" glibcs ? I see the bug report has been reopened, but since you seemed to know more about how this works than them, I'm not sure there's great hope there.


    4. ThirdOfSeven


      No workaround found still. Updating to newer glibc causes crashes to me, so I'm still using 1.2.2 mostly, waiting for new hardware and, probably, fresh Ubuntu with new glibc. Or when 1.3.1 will be released.

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