Tyrir

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About Tyrir

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  1. dustyogd, for others' future benefit, where/how did you get the error log?
  2. Crafting planks

  3. It's hard to debug without any additional information. Are there any error messages?
  4. If you both type /suicide and select the same location, e.g. "Newspring", to respawn at, you'll appear next to one another. I did this a few times the other day when I was lost when I started playing. You'll keep all the newbie items you started with, so you won't lose anything important, unless you've already collected some valuable items. Also, I've found these two maps useful. The first has some of the settlements marked, which you can see when you pass through them in-game (I had to disable adblock to get this one to work). The second is a topology map that is useful for getting your bearings based on geographic features. http://xanadu-wurm.rhcloud.com/http://maps.mvcomputing.co.uk/Xanadu/I just started near Newspring the other day. You can send a /tell Tyrir in-game if you need more help.
  5. I've not been able to upload a custom avatar from a local file in either firefox or chrome w/o any extensions. It silently fails without any error message. Uploading via a URL and gravitar ( </3 gravitar ) both work however, so there are alternatives to anyone else facing the same trouble.
  6. Java crash

    x11-drivers/ati-drivers-15.9 should work with any version of x11-base/xorg-server in the default portage tree. You might try adding x11-drivers/ati-drivers-15.9 to /etc/portage/package.keywords. Regarding the kernel problem, there is a patch at https://bugs.gentoo.org/show_bug.cgi?id=548118 and a forum post with installation instructions and a discussion of the problem at https://forums.gentoo.org/viewtopic-t-1020106.html . I didn't glean anything useful from your pastebin dump and don't have any experience with ATI cards. :/ I've never used an ati card, but if the open source drivers are anything like those for nvidia cards, you'll generally have less headache going with the closed source drivers if you plan on running 3d games on the system.
  7. When clicking drop-downs, e.g. "High", "Medium", "Low" options in the graphics settings, the drop-downs would immediately close after it opened preventing me from making a selection. This made it a pain to adjust settings because I would have to use up/down on the keyboard instead of the mouse. Another related issue was that the mouse position was offset resulting in mouse clicks registering several pixel away from my pointer. Turns out this is a java bug with non-reparenting window managers e.g. xmonad, awesome, dwm. I was able to fix the issue by setting the environment variable _JAVA_AWT_WM_NONREPARENTING to any value. This instructs java to treat your window manager as a non-reparenting window manager. My application versions, fyi Oracle JDK: 1.8.0.60-r2xmonad: 0.11-r1xorg-x11: 7.4-r2Additional info: https://wiki.haskell.org/Xmonad/Frequently_asked_questions#Problems_with_Java_applications.2C_Applet_java_console http://awesome.naquadah.org/wiki/Problems_with_Java