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Chris Eggroll

linux dofus 1.29

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thought I'd mess around with Dofus old school but have ran into a few problems. I've gotten the UpLauncher running but keep getting core dump errors, anyone else run into this?  the dofus.html loads in chromium but never seems to get to the sign in page.  I'm thinking it might be a 64 bit issue now that I think about it.  now I'm talking to myself durr

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I've asked on our Discord :).

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you may want to use FF since chrome uses "its own" flash interpreter that *might* be incompatible.

Back in the days when i played 1.x i used some kind of flash client binary that enabled me to play dofus without a browser. google it? 🙂

 

Playonlinux is wine, i would 2nd this after a native solution...

 

oh, wait - Chris Eggroll sayd uplauncher? it doesn't have an uplauncher back in those days..

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The Mac version didn't, the Windows version has one. I'm not sure about linux.

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it does use an UpLauncher now, just download the linux 1.29 archive from www.dofus.com.  it's in. tar.gz format so I know it's the right one.  I'll try some more tonight and see what happens.  I think I need to use a non 64 bit browser or standalone player, didn't think about that last night.  the UpLauncher logs are in French lol, I'll see if translation helps

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i just checked my datafault and found the old standalone player.

can't attach it here due to max filesize of 2Mb. Want me to mail it you?

Its still working here, 64bit (multilib gentoo)

(i could also mail it an admin that could attach it here, i think its useful!)

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Adobe Systems Incorporated
Flash Player 9 for Linux
Version 9.0.124.0
December 2007

Adobe recommends that all users upgrade to the latest version of Adobe Flash 
Player for the most recent features, bug fixes, and security fixes.  For 
more information on the new features in Flash Player 9, please visit 
http://www.adobe.com/products/flashplayer/.  For more information on system 
requirements, fixed issues, and known issues, see the release notes at 
http://www.adobe.com/go/flashplayer_releasenotes.

To confirm which version of Flash Player you have currently installed, see 
http://www.adobe.com/software/flash/about/. Users should only install 
Players that have been downloaded from trusted sources, such as 
http://www.adobe.com/.

This package contains three players:

   o Content debugger version of the plugin (install_flash_player_9_linux)
   o Content debugger version of the standalone player (flashplayer)
   o Release version of the standalone player (flashplayer)

Your use of this player is governed by the Adobe End User License Agreement 
found at http://www.adobe.com/products/eulas/players/flash/.


Privacy
-------

Adobe is committed to preserving the privacy of end users. For more 
information on configuring Client-side privacy visit the Settings Manager 
Documentation: http://www.adobe.com/go/flashplayerhelp.


Installation instructions
-------------------------

Installing the debugger plugin tar.gz using Install script:
   o the debugger plugin is located at: 
     ./plugin/debugger/install_flash_player_9_linux.tar.gz
   o Unpack the tar.gz file
   o In terminal, navigate to the unpacked directory and enter:
          + $ ./flashplayer-installer
          + Click Enter key and follow prompts

Installing the release and debugger standalone players:
   o The debugger standalone player is located at: 
     ./standalone/debugger/flashplayer.tar.gz
   o The release standalone player is located at:
     ./standalone/release/flashplayer.tar.gz
   o Unpack the tar.gz file
   o To execute the standalone player,
          + Double-click, or 
          + Enter in terminal: ./flashplayer


Uninstallation instructions
---------------------------

Manual uninstallation (for users who installed the plugin via Install script):
   o Delete libflashplayer.so binary and flashplayer.xpt file in 
   directory /home/<user>/.mozilla/plugins/


Technical Issues and Reporting Bugs
-----------------------------------
 
The Adobe Flash Player Support Center at 
http://www.adobe.com/support/flashplayer/ is a free online resource for 
support and troubleshooting information. Bug reports may be submitted at 
http://www.adobe.com/go/wish. To allow us to investigate reported bugs, 
please include the following information:
 
1) Platform and version
2) Browser version
3) Reproducible steps including a URL to the web site where the problem 
   was encountered.
 
If we need further information about a bug, you will be contacted. An 
automated reply will be sent to assure you that we have received your 
bug report. Due to the volume of mail received, we are not able to 
individually respond to each report.


Legal
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Adobe(R) Flash(R) Player. Copyright (C) 1996 - 2007 Adobe Systems 
Incorporated. All Rights Reserved. Protected by U.S. Patent 6,879,327; 
Patents Pending in the United States and other countries. Adobe and Flash 
are either trademarks or registered trademarks in the United States and/or 
other countries.

 

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I got the game working in the standalone flash player for linux, projector!  Servers are full though, looks like I have to sub to even sign in :/  I'll contemplate that lol.  Don't mind the money, but it triggers my bank to call me every time 

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thanks guys!  i actually ended up having to reinstall because i screwed something up, I won't bore you with details.  I have Manjaro installed now and the game runs in the standalone player and in a browser!  The uplauncher still doesn't work, but don't really care about that part.  Is there a way to tell which server I'm on?!  The server names don't seem to display properly.  I'm Enzyte on whichever though!

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You need to change your game in spanish once to see the server names. I'm like 99% sure though the first is Eratz en the second is Henual (come to Henual, it's better)

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Yep! As Mr.Bobeur says, the first choice is Eratz while the other is Henual. If you chose Eratz, you wont end up in the same guild as us lovely people though.

https://discord.gg/hnFMRB

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Meh, looks like I picked Eratz at some point ha, but I'm only level 6 so I'll be switching over to Henual!

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1 hour ago, Chris Eggroll said:

I'll be switching over to Henual!

A good choice! 😍

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