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  1. Steam version does not start anymore since updating to version 378704 today, Nov. 08. Trying to start dontstarve or dontstarve_steam binary from the command line returns following error: ./dontstarve_steam: error while loading shared libraries: libcurl-gnutls.so.4: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory libcurl-gnutls.so.4 is existing and in the path. Running on Ubuntu 18.04.3 LTS (64 bit), AMD Ryzen 5 1600X, NVidia GTX1050Ti.
  2. It's fixed now, thank you!
  3. Issue to start with connected controller

    This seems to be the same issue I am experiencing here The libcurl thingy doesn't seem to be a problem after all.
  4. @bizziboi You're correct, I am just talking about the game, not the dedicated server, that just came up because of the dependencies, which apparently is not the issue after all. Attached is another client_log.txt with the controller connected, but the one I posted in the initial report was also with the controller connected already. Thanks so much for your support, guys. client_log.txt
  5. Ok, so in my case I already had the first two libraries mentioned in the dedicated server guide, so I only installed libcurl4-gnutls-dev:i386. Trace tells me that it eventually finds it too. Anyway, I just discovered that disconnecting my gamepad fixes the issue and the game starts correctly. Seems to be the same issue reported here for MacOS. I am using a Logitech F510, so fairly standard. Would be really disappointing if that wouldn't work anymore. Also, it seems I didn't have to install libcurl4-gnutls-dev:i386 at all. I just removed it again and it starts as well. The bug seems to be with the controller changes.
  6. Have installed libcurl4-gnutls-dev:i386 as suggested in the dedicated server guide, ran ldconfig, rebooted, but game still doesn't start.
  7. No, indeed there seems to be only the 64bit version. I don't know if the 32bit version was ever present, but as far as I can see it has not been removed by any recent updates.
  8. How long is this event going to last? Haven't found any information on that.