- Ubuntu Server 18.04
- Wine 5.0.3
- phBot 25.7.1 and later versions
Hello ProjectHax Community,
this may be a very particular problem, because most of us are not using Linux to run phBot … and therefore I am not sure if it is worth it to fix it anyway.
Nevertheless: I am currently facing a runtime issue when trying to start phBot 25.7.1 and later versions with wine on Ubuntu. It is working fine with version 25.7.0 at the moment - I am currently botting with this version.
But with version 25.7.1 and later versions, it shows following error text:
0069:fixme:thread:NtSetInformationThread info class 55509668 not supported yet
0069:err:seh:setup_exception_record stack overflow 180 bytes in thread 0069 eip 03472002 esp 0023127c stack 0x230000-0x231000-0x330000
Any idea what could cause this crash? Or are there any update logs to understand what happened from 25.7.0 to 25.7.1 (cannot find them here - maybe I am blind)?
Thanks and greetings,
Nice, thanks for the super fast reply.
If the answer is switching to windows, I rather quit botting ;D
Ok, I think this topic is considered to be closed then.
I tried the new wine 7.0 release in the meanwhile (just came out a few days ago) - problem persists.
Whatever Ryan implemented to realize one of those (https://forum.projecthax.com/t/latest-testing-release/24/242):
- Fixed respawn here on TRSRO when outside of the main towns (will go back to town instead now)
- Added condition for party member nearby count
- Added condition for job pouch full
- Changed party invite/kick, guild invite, and academy invite conditions to use regex (you must add a $ to the end of each name to match their name exactly)
… is not working with wine.
One last question about this: How likely is it, that it will be necessary to update the bot one day above version 25.7.0 in order to login and bot? I don’t care about new features, I would be fine to use 25.7.0 forever - as long as it works in Ubuntu.
It has nothing to do with the change log. It may work in the future but for now you can use an older version.
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