Package Details: dofus 2.48-1

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Package Base: dofus
Description: A manga inspired, Massively Multiplayer Online Role-playing Game (MMORPG) for Adobe AIR .
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Licenses: custom:Dofus License
Submitter: None
Maintainer: hagabaka
Last Packager: hagabaka
Votes: 43
Popularity: 0.332186
First Submitted: 2007-07-06 09:47
Last Updated: 2018-09-22 08:12

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hagabaka commented on 2018-10-07 02:56

@anonymousshyster Ankama changed the Linux version to use wine, because of th reason you said. I also don't have sound, and unfortunately don't have a solution for it.

anonymousshyster commented on 2018-10-06 02:59

Why is the game now using WINE and not native? Is this because AIR is too old on Linux or for other reasons?

Got sound when I first installed, but after a maintenance update, no sound (again) :(

hagabaka commented on 2018-09-22 08:24

Added wine dependency and removed unused dependencies. Removed Adobe AIR wrapper code. Thanks Moonlight-Angel!

Yuno commented on 2018-09-21 10:19

Hi, since Dofus 2.48 was released adobe-air-sdk, and transition.conf.patch are not needed anymore and was replaced with wine, can you update the package with the new dependency please.

BTW I'm new to the modification of packages and I'm trying to reinstall Dofus but fails due to dependencies that doesn't exist anymore and when I'm trying to modify the PKGBUILD makepkg exits with code 1, anyone here has got a fix for me?

felixthecat commented on 2018-05-26 22:19

When the launcher appears first time and asks for sudo password, with the "EULA" windows in background, some can experience the following scenario : You enter your password, somehow the launcher closes itself and an error message appears. To fix it you can just "cancel" the sudo password, accept eula, and enter the sudo password in the new prompt.

Hope this helps !

Morazotti commented on 2018-03-29 02:06

@hagabaka No dice, I get no sound whatsoever. When I'm less busy I'll probably reinstall it to see if helps.

hagabaka commented on 2018-03-24 02:15

@Morazotti Sometimes the sound engine process continues running even when you exit Dofus and the updater, and this prevents Dofus from playing sound the next time. You can check if it's running with "pgrep adl" and kill it with "pkill adl".

Ctrl-Number works for me, although this doesn't make sound work, because the clients are started almost simultaneously. I have to click Play to start one client and wait until it shows the login screen, and go back to the updater to start a second client.

Morazotti commented on 2018-03-23 17:22

@hagabaka I am unable to have any sound from the game since my last comment, even having a second client coming from the updater. I'll test a bit tonight and will tell anything I come into. Also, I'm unable to start multiple clients via Ctrl-Number. Has anyone else this kind of issue?

hagabaka commented on 2018-03-16 08:07

It looks like the first client I open from the updater never has sound. But if I click "Play" on the updater again to launch a second client, it will play sound.

Sometimes the "Reg" process, which is the sound engine, doesn't exit when the updater is closed after a previous session, and I have to kill the process, and then launch two clients, to get sound. (On Arch Linux the process is adl since we use the Adobe Air SDK launcher program.)

My speculation is that when the first client is started, the sound engine isn't ready yet. I tried debugging a little bit and it looks like the Reg process is only launched AFTER the first client is open. Not sure why it works like this.

hagabaka commented on 2018-03-16 05:01

I also frequently have no sound in game. Sometimes sound is restored if I start a second client, or if I restart the game, but sometimes it doesn't. Unfortunately I don't have a solution.