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About Lexfati13

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  1. Don't Starve won't launch in Linux

    Yes, thanks!!! I'm in again, too.
  2. Launch issues in Linux

    The isn't specific to Hamlet. I had posted to the forum above as I saw no regular "Don't Starve" choice in the bug tracker. "https://forums.kleientertainment.com/forums/topic/104339-dont-starve-wont-launch-in-linux/?tab=comments#comment-1171758"
  3. Please choose a category [Crash] Game doesn't start Platform Linux (Kubuntu 18.04.2) Do you use mods? no Version Number Unknown - game won't start Issue title Don't starve won't launch on Linux (Ubuntu) Steps to reproduce 1) Open steam 2) Launch game from Steam (Select Don't Starve in Libary and click Play icon) Describe your issue *Type a detailled description what the bug is and how/when it happens: On Linux through Steam, Don't Starve won't launch. I've attempted: 1) Library -> Don't Starve -> Properties -> Local Files -> Verify Integrity of game files 2) Uninstalling and reinstalling 3) creating a new "Steam Library Folder" and installing to the new folder. 4) deleting ~/.klei and relaunching. No new donotstarve directory or logfile created on relaunch. 5) running ./dontstarve from command line in install directory. This returned error that 'libcurl-gnutls.so.4' could not be found. 6) Attempted adding installing packages via "apt-get install libcurl4-gnutls-dev:i386 libgcc1 screen" per thread: https://steamcommunity.com/app/219740/discussions/2/41973820401347178/ This got past the missing libcurl-gnutls.so.4 file error, but the game still won't open or produce a startup log. Searching Steam's forums, 4 other users reporting same issue on Linux (ubuntu based) since last update: https://steamcommunity.com/app/219740/discussions/2/1768133742960620786/ Today was the first time I've attempted to start the game in several months, so I cannot personally confirm the issue is related to last update. I cannot locate a '~/.klei/DoNotStarve/log.txt' file or a '.mdmp' in my bin directory