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Grand Theft Auto V (271590) #37

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CodingKoopa opened this issue Aug 22, 2018 · 1,319 comments
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Grand Theft Auto V (271590) #37

CodingKoopa opened this issue Aug 22, 2018 · 1,319 comments

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@CodingKoopa
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@CodingKoopa CodingKoopa commented Aug 22, 2018

I got the Rockstar Social Club launcher to work from Steam Play after running the Winetricks corefonts verb, but the game always crashes for me on startup, regardless of whether I have esync or DXVK disabled. I have tried running the game in the built in safe mode as well. Curiously enough, there have been reports of the game working with Proton for other people.

Whenever the game crashes, the launcher catches it, and prompts to try again. This stack trace is printed to the console as well.

Info:

  • Distribution: Arch
  • CPU: AMD Ryzen 3 1200
  • GPU: Nvidia GeForce GTX 1050 Ti
  • GPU Driver: Proprietary
  • GPU Driver Version: 396.51
@Guy1524
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@Guy1524 Guy1524 commented Aug 22, 2018

This game does work on wine staging w/o proton, so it may be a wine staging patch proton needs.

@Yrds
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@Yrds Yrds commented Aug 22, 2018

Do you installed all the prerequisites to run proton, like vulkan driver? Link here

@CodingKoopa
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@CodingKoopa CodingKoopa commented Aug 22, 2018

My graphics driver version is the recommended version there, yes.

@dennisblokland
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@dennisblokland dennisblokland commented Aug 23, 2018

its something with proton. wine + dxvk manually works great.

@Dark-Schnitzel
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@Dark-Schnitzel Dark-Schnitzel commented Aug 24, 2018

Elementary OS 0.4.1 (Based Ubuntu 16.04)
Mesa 18.0.5
RX 580
Proton 3.7

Tried to Install Corefonts to the default Wineprefix via Winetricks, this seems to work, all Fonts in the Launcher are visible.

Login with Socialclub works, but launcher loads for a infinte time until i manually kill it. Same Thing for Launching GTA Online

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@kisak-valve kisak-valve commented Aug 24, 2018

GTAV launcher doesn't end/game does not start

Issue transferred from #375.
@rkunschke posted on 2018-08-24T10:09:57:

If i use the online mode the launcher says i am logged in but the launcher does not close. After some time time everything crashes.
In offline mode the launcher does not crash but it does not end too. The GTAV .exe launches but it does nothing.
No errors just nothing.


@arzardk commented on 2018-08-24T10:19:03

You need to attach game log file and your system specs via github gist to this issue. You can obtain log file if you running Proton with user settings, which you can find in your /home directory. Path to this folder is something like this /home/arzardk/.steam/steam/steamapps/common/Proton 3.7. In this folder you find file called user_settings.example.py or something similar. Just rename it to user_settings.py and run your game again. You can find log file in your /home directory after that. For system specs just copy-paste your system information from Steam to github gist and paste link here.


@rkunschke commented on 2018-08-24T10:30:05

Okay thnk you:
https://gist.github.com/rkunschke/7dd1b363bd572d8cdb50b53090e16181
Computer Information:
Manufacturer: Unknown
Model: Unknown
Form Factor: Desktop
No Touch Input Detected

Processor Information:
CPU Vendor: GenuineIntel
CPU Brand: Intel(R) Xeon(R) CPU E3-1230 v3 @ 3.30GHz
CPU Family: 0x6
CPU Model: 0x3c
CPU Stepping: 0x3
CPU Type: 0x0
Speed: 3700 Mhz
8 logical processors
4 physical processors
HyperThreading: Supported
FCMOV: Supported
SSE2: Supported
SSE3: Supported
SSSE3: Supported
SSE4a: Unsupported
SSE41: Supported
SSE42: Supported
AES: Supported
AVX: Supported
CMPXCHG16B: Supported
LAHF/SAHF: Supported
PrefetchW: Unsupported

Operating System Version:
Linux 4.x (64 bit)
Kernel Name: Linux
Kernel Version: 4.18.4-zen1-1-zen
X Server Vendor: The X.Org Foundation
X Server Release: 12001000
X Window Manager: KWin
Steam Runtime Version: steam-runtime-beta-release_2018-06-14

Video Card:
Driver: NVIDIA Corporation GeForce GTX 980 Ti/PCIe/SSE2
Driver Version: 4.6.0 NVIDIA 396.54
OpenGL Version: 4.6
Desktop Color Depth: 24 bits per pixel
Monitor Refresh Rate: 59 Hz
VendorID: 0x10de
DeviceID: 0x17c8
Revision Not Detected
Number of Monitors: 2
Number of Logical Video Cards: 1
Primary Display Resolution: 3840 x 2160
Desktop Resolution: 6270 x 2160
Primary Display Size: 20.51" x 11.54" (23.50" diag)
52.1cm x 29.3cm (59.7cm diag)
Primary Bus: PCI Express 16x
Primary VRAM: 6144 MB
Supported MSAA Modes: 2x 4x 8x 16x

Sound card:
Audio device: 20K2

Memory:
RAM: 11954 Mb

Miscellaneous:
UI Language: English
LANG: C
Total Hard Disk Space Available: 225582 Mb
Largest Free Hard Disk Block: 14577 Mb
VR Headset: None detected

Recent Failure Reports:


@vanyasem commented on 2018-08-24T10:38:39

Install corefonts using winetricks to workaround that issue


@vanyasem commented on 2018-08-24T10:39:07

Seems like a duplicate of #37


@rkunschke commented on 2018-08-24T10:41:49

Yes it is as you say so. Will installing something with winetricks change it for proton? I don't even have installed wine

@AlexeyProkhin
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@AlexeyProkhin AlexeyProkhin commented Aug 24, 2018

I have the same issue with my Nvidia 1070 card. I discovered from logs the crash happens because of missing nvapi64.dll. Disabling the library via winecfg did not help, so I had to resort to changing device id as described in https://github.com/doitsujin/dxvk/wiki/Configuration.
The game launches now and works with a decent frame rate.

This is exactly how I managed to make the game work:

  1. Created gta_dxvk.conf file:
dxgi.customDeviceId = E366
dxgi.customVendorId = 1002
  1. Went to the game properties and set launch options:
DXVK_CONFIG_FILE=/path/to/gta_dxvk.conf %command%

By the way, wine-staging has a stub implementation for nvapi and nvapi64. So I guess this is why a lot of people reporting gtav working with wine and dxvk without an issue.

@kisak-valve kisak-valve changed the title Grand Theft Auto V: Crash on startup Grand Theft Auto V: Crash on startup (271590) Aug 24, 2018
@rkunschke
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@rkunschke rkunschke commented Aug 24, 2018

Thanks too this fix the game launches now :) But it did not end loading ("loading story")
It did not hang or crash it just doesn not stop loading. I waited about 15 Minuits. i will try it again and look in the Steamlog and post it.
EDIT:
Lots of DLL Stuff here. Im not very into wine so i do not realy know what to do :/
https://gist.github.com/rkunschke/92482d2d515ea7c1eaafaa13c6d374fa

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@mimattr mimattr commented Aug 24, 2018

@CodingKoopa Not tested Proton but can confirm both GTA V and GTA Online function as expected using DX11 on Ubuntu 16.04 LTS (x64) with Wine Staging 3.14 and DXVK 0.70:

Steam System Information

Additionally used:

  • winetricks corefonts directx9 vcrun2012 win7
  • export WINEDLLOVERRIDES="msdmo=b"

Hope that helps.

@bjo81
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@bjo81 bjo81 commented Aug 24, 2018

On Arch GTA V also fails with Proton, but runs with Wine Staging 3.14 and DXVK 0.70 without any additions.

CPU: AMD FX 6300
GPU: AMD RX 460

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@CodingKoopa CodingKoopa commented Aug 25, 2018

I can confirm that:

  • On Wine Staging 3.14, after running the Winetricks corefonts and steam verbs in a clean 64-bit prefix, the game is able to start up, and go in-game. In-game, the world looked too bright, so I changed the graphics backend of the game from Direct3D11 to Direct3D10. Doing so fixed the issue - as this is likely an isolated WineD3D issue, I reverted it back to D3D11 and moved on.
  • On the same version of Wine, and the same prefix, after installing DXVK 0.70, the game is able to start up, and go in game. The game is slow and the log is spammed with 00fe:err:nvapi:NvAPI_D3D11_SetDepthBoundsTest Failed to get wined3d device handle!, which the configuration suggested by @AlexeyProkhin fixed (it's worth noting that another solution I was advised to try was to disable NVAPI.).
  • On Proton, after running the corefonts verb, and using the configuration suggested by @AlexeyProkhin, the game is able to start up, and go in-game. The game's FPS in the low 20s (faster than before), and the log is no longer spammed with the message, presumably due to NVAPI being bypassed.

tl;dr: @AlexeyProkhin's workaround worked for me. Cheers.

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@insunaa insunaa commented Aug 25, 2018

@AlexeyProkhin's workaround for proton works here as well

  • 396.51.02
  • MS fonts installed

I do get some stutters at regular intervals, that I do not get using wine+dxvk on their own.

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@jkhsjdhjs jkhsjdhjs commented Aug 25, 2018

Had to use @AlexeyProkhin's workaround and install corefonts using WINEPREFIX=/path/to/steam-library/steamapps/compatdata/271590/pfx winetricks corefonts to make the game window appear.

Then the game hung up at "Initializing Social Club..." (after the rockstar logo appeared) and showed Social Club Error (Error: 17) after a while. Afterwards I tried to launch it using Proton 3.7-4 Beta and couldn't get past the Rockstar Logo, the game crashes after 5 seconds. I then switched back to Proton 3.7-3, game still crashing. I validated my game files and as this didn't help I redownloaded and reinstalled GTA, again with the workaround and by installing corefonts using winetricks. But I can't get past the Rockstar Logo anymore.

Anyone with the same problem and maybe with a solution?

The steam log that was created by renaming user_settings.sample.py to user_settings.py in <steam library>/steamapps/common/Proton 3.7 can be found here: https://gist.github.com/jkhsjdhjs/209e2e2436453184a036f63c014baed6

EDIT: Sadly installing dxvk 0.70 didn't change anything.
EDIT2: I'm on Arch Linux 4.18.4 with an i5-7600K and a GTX660 with nvidia 396.54.

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@steve-todorov steve-todorov commented Aug 26, 2018

Guys, I was able to successfully start gta on my ubuntu. What I did was:

  • installed winetricks (as well as wine so I can then add the corefonts)
  • installed latest dxvk 0.70 in the "wine vm" where gta is installed (that's usually in /path/to/library/steamapps/compatdata/271590/pfx)
  • made sure I was running the latest nvidia 396.* drivers
  • made sure I was running Mesa 18.2
  • applied @AlexeyProkhin's workaround as well

There are some issues with the game i.e. sometimes the mouse can escape the game container or the game won't actually "exit" when you quit so you have to kill it, but for the better part it's working quite well, considering this is an early beta. I didn't expect it to even start.

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@c1349887 c1349887 commented Aug 26, 2018

Hello. And I have such problem.Corefonts has established through Winetricks, NVIDIA 396.54 drivers
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@rrivecatt rrivecatt commented Aug 26, 2018

I had an issue where the game wouldn't launch past the Social Club launcher, and the fix provided by @AlexeyProkhin seemed to get it to at least launch, for what I'm assuming is an issue with the Rockstar Social club, the splash screen progresses to the part of where it's supposed to show, but instantly crashes.
Part where it's supposed to show, as in it sometimes crashes at the rockstar logo, or hangs before the loading begins.
After it crashes, it hangs on:
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I'm running Arch, and had success getting it to run on wine + dxvk (albeit small bugs with the visuals, but still got it running). I've also tried the extra step from @steve-todorov to no luck. Anybody else experiencing this?

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@insunaa insunaa commented Aug 26, 2018

@c1349887 You don't have corefonts installed. Either install the corefonts winetricks package or find another way to get microsoft compatible fonts on your system.

@Lemai-zz Can you provide system information? Which graphics driver do you use?

@steve-todorov
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@steve-todorov steve-todorov commented Aug 26, 2018

@Lemai-zz try:

export WINEPREFIX=/path/to/library/steamapps/compatdata/271590/pfx
winetricks --gui

Then select default prefix, install a font and finally corefonts. If that doesn't do the trick - I don't know... :/

@insunaa
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@insunaa insunaa commented Aug 26, 2018

People... Provide information if you want help. Just knowing that you run Steam and GTA V isn't enough to troubleshoot...

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@ghost ghost commented Aug 26, 2018

@d3rrial @c1349887 said he has corefonts installed.

So do I and it's still not going past that social club window. (Using Archlinux, Mesa, Amd GPU)

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@insunaa insunaa commented Aug 26, 2018

@Unmoving Then his corefonts installation didn't take. This has all the signs of missing MS fonts.
Can't help for AMD issues, unfortunately, I'm on nvidia and I didn't experience the same problem you have with nvidia yet.

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@legluondunet legluondunet commented Aug 26, 2018

Use
winetricks --force corefonts
to be sure coreonts is intalled in your prefix.

@rrivecatt
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@rrivecatt rrivecatt commented Aug 26, 2018

@d3rrial Hey, apologies for not being as thorough as I can be. The packages I have installed are nvidia-396.54-1 along with mesa-18.1.7-1 (if it really matters). I do have corefonts installed, and again running Arch lol.
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Along with a GTX 770. If there's anything I'm missing, I'm totally willing to provide.
@steve-todorov Unfortunately, that gave no luck for some reason. I'm going to keep troubleshooting myself because this is just weird.

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@BloodyIron BloodyIron commented Aug 26, 2018

Trying to run GTA V through STEAM with Proton, both main and beta.

Get logged into rockstar online, then it tries to load the game, then rockstar social comes back and tells me the game failed to launch, want to try it in safe mode?

Try safe mode, same thing.

Kind of annoying since I already had it running in a Lutris setup with DXVK 0.70 + WINE 3.13-staging (and earlier versions previously).

  • Ubuntu 18.04
  • GTX 960 396.54
  • XFCE4 + Compiz, 3x1920x1080
  • i7 980x
  • Asus Xonar DGX

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@vanyasem vanyasem commented Aug 26, 2018

Have you applied the DXVK workaround mentioned above? @BloodyIron

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@wUFr wUFr commented Aug 27, 2018

Got GTA V working on Elementary OS 5 (beta)

installed packages: llvm clang and i am pretty sure i had corefonts installed from before
driver: Nvidia 396 (it actually ran on 390 too, but had some framerate issues)

specified custom DXVK config in GTA V startup params as @AlexeyProkhin suggested:

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even downscaling works, so i can run on 4K screen with sharp UI etc, while rest is rendered at 1080p

In game i had to use Nvidia PCSS shadows tho, otherwise shadows would be all weirdly rendered, which tanked FPS on my 970 into 30-40s, but it runs stable, played for few hours without crash, until someone sent me message on steam, which minimized the game and that made it crash :D

@BloodyIron
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@BloodyIron BloodyIron commented Aug 27, 2018

@vanyasem have just been doing "vanilla" (gui beta opt in) testing methods, no modifications. Been leaving that to Lutris previously.

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@itsTyrion itsTyrion commented Oct 21, 2021

This seems indeed to be a wine / proton bug:
wine: Unhandled page fault on execute access to 00000000001872F8 at address 00000000001872F8 (thread 03e4), starting debug

I got this issue when I ran the game in an NTFS partition. Didnt get this issue ever since I moved GTA V to an EXT4 partition. GTA V+Proton dont get along in NTFS while normal WINE with Lutris works well for game located in NTFS too.

I can't just format my data/backup/partially-game drive to ext4 for GTA. Is there any known workaround?

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@itsTyrion itsTyrion commented Oct 21, 2021

I'm getting this
wine: Unhandled exception 0x80000003 in thread 404 at address 00000001407F27DF (thread 0404), starting debugger...
with both Proton 6.3 and Proton-GE-6.19. Disabling ESYNC or using -scofflineonly doesn't help, either.

Archlinux, Steam from pacman, not flatpak.
Ryzen 3100/B450/nvidia GTX 1070, driver 470.74.
Always crashes when the damn Rockstar launcher comes up

@KuJo-Ger
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@KuJo-Ger KuJo-Ger commented Oct 22, 2021

@itsTyrion ;
Wine, which is also in Proton, often has problems with games installed on an NTFS disk or partition.

There is no workaround here. The game must then be installed on a Linux-typical file system such as ext4.

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@lectrode lectrode commented Oct 22, 2021

I can't just format my data/backup/partially-game drive to ext4 for GTA. Is there any known workaround?

@itsTyrion Try mounting the ntfs partition like so in /etc/fstab. This is an old workaround I used to use when I dual-booted windows 4 years ago and had a shared steam library between the two. No idea if it still works. (replace the UUID and mount path with what you have)

UUID=79B28F2A18B215CB                     /gaming_ntfs   ntfs    defaults,exec,gid=1000,uid=1000,noatime 0 2

I've long since switched to a linux-only setup using btrfs for everything

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@kisak-valve kisak-valve commented Nov 10, 2021

GTA 5 will eventually crash

Issue transferred from #5300.
@coreybruce posted on 2021-11-10T05:37:07:

Compatibility Report

  • Name of the game with compatibility issues: GTA IV
  • Steam AppID of the game: 271590

System Information

I confirm:

  • that I haven't found an existing compatibility report for this game.
  • that I have checked whether there are updates for my system available.

https://gitlab.com/coreybruce/gta-iv-log/-/raw/main/steam-271590.log

Symptoms

I have tested it with Proton 6.x.x and Proton Experimental and after a while of game play the game will crash tho wierdly enough all tho it says it's using Proton Experimental if you force it than from one testing for a session it didn't crash.

Reproduction

Run the game using either Proton 6.x.x or Experimental as your global steam play versions and leave the game not forcing a specific version. I did also test Proton-GE 6.19-2 and had the same issue.

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@coreybruce coreybruce commented Nov 11, 2021

Is somebody able to launch while in offline mode? image When I have a network connection everything works fine, but it simply wont launch offline which is quite unfortunate.

Please delete the 271590 folder in the .steam/steam/comdata in your home folder to fix this than run the game and it will re do all the proton/wine stuff

@jarrard
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@jarrard jarrard commented Nov 11, 2021

Valve needs to add a option in the properties screen under LOCAL FILES to wipe compat install folder or something!

@coreybruce
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@coreybruce coreybruce commented Nov 11, 2021

Valve needs to add a option in the properties screen under LOCAL FILES to wipe compat install folder or something!

totally agree

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@Totten98 Totten98 commented Nov 11, 2021

Replying to #37 (comment)

Also make sure to not use NTFS partition for storing both the game files and the compactdata folder

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@Kzimir Kzimir commented Nov 23, 2021

How to know if the graphic settings are still set to the Highest level after a game's reboot ?
'cause i modify a graphic option to Ultra, reboot the game as asked and the graphic option is reset to lowest level ...

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@username-murphy username-murphy commented Dec 10, 2021

I meant to post this ages ago sorry.
I had created a more professional and coherent guide but I cant find it at the moment.
Grand Theft Auto V
Theres an error when trying to enter into the [ GRAPHICS ] Option in settings.
It says something like " No DirectX Compatible Runtime or Device Found"
Then GTA V freezes and promptly crashes.
Others try to access this setting by starting GTA V in non-online mode or switching to story-mode works sometimes but its usually more miss than hit.

Try this... It works everytime for me.
When you go into ...

  • [ settings ] > scroll UP, so that the [ selector highlight ] scrolls over to the bottom of the Options.
  • Scroll UP so that you physically boycott the [ Graphics ] setting that causes the crash and get access to the "lower" options
  • Now from the very bottom of those options scroll UP to "Advanced Graphics" (?) I think thats it.
  • What ever the first Graphics option from the bottom going up is > Select on that.
  • Now change your "frame rate scaling" by 1 value. Either way it doesnt matter
  • save that value. now change that value back.
  • ( Its the option saving that makes the game recognise the card/directx/whateva... not the changing of values ]
  • Exit the [ Advanced Graphics ] option.
  • Now go into the [ Graphics ] option that freezes with the DirectX options.
  • It will now NOT freeze then crash the game.
  • You have to do this every time you want to enter those graphics settings options.
  • Took me ages to stumble upon this.. it works everytime and is a hell of a lot quicker than the alternative.

I havnt noticed that Ive had any GTA V crashes if I use that hack.
I post full details and logs later.. then delete this comment.

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@kisak-valve kisak-valve commented Dec 21, 2021

Grand Theft Auto V stopped working after the last update

Issue transferred from #5428.
@bkdwt posted on 2021-12-21T05:37:03:

Compatibility Report

  • Name of the game with compatibility issues: Grand Theft Auto V
  • Steam AppID of the game: 271590

System Information

I confirm:

  • [ X ] that I haven't found an existing compatibility report for this game.
  • [ X ] that I have checked whether there are updates for my system available.
I can't get this log

Symptoms

Can't run GTA V because Rockstar Social Launcher can't be installed. I think the last GTA V update has broken the game on Linux (I'm using Fedora 35 with the latest updates installed.)

Reproduction

1- Install GTA V
2- Start
3- RSL error
Screenshot from 2021-12-21 02-12-27

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@coreybruce coreybruce commented Dec 21, 2021

Replying to #37 (comment)

Hmm try deleting the games proton folder in the Steam folder than go to /Steamapps/compatdata and delete the folder 271590 and try the game again

@bkdwt
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@bkdwt bkdwt commented Dec 21, 2021

Well, still the same problem. I can't install Rockstar games launcher.

@coreybruce
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@coreybruce coreybruce commented Dec 21, 2021

Well, still the same problem. I can't install Rockstar games launcher.

So you deleted the folder and ran the game again and still have the issue?

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@bkdwt bkdwt commented Dec 21, 2021

Well, still the same problem. I can't install Rockstar games launcher.

So you deleted the folder and ran the game again and still have the issue?

Yep. These people have the same problem:

https://www.reddit.com/r/linux_gaming/comments/rjd819/gta_5_not_launching_on_ubuntu/?ref=share&ref_source=link
https://www.reddit.com/r/linux_gaming/comments/rkgfzr/gta5_steam_ubuntu/

This problem is definitely related to the new GTA update, as about 2 weeks ago I installed it on the same PC, with the same system (Fedora 35) as also on Ubuntu 21.10 and it worked without any problem.

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@linus-jansson linus-jansson commented Dec 21, 2021

I've got the same issue as @bkdwt.

Tried to reinstall the game and also removing the compatdata folder for GTA V.

Running on:
OS: Ubuntu 20.04.3 LTS
KERNEL: 5.11.0-43-generic
CPU: AMD Ryzen 5 3600X 6-Core
GPU: NVIDIA NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2060GPU
DRIVER: NVIDIA 495.44
RAM: 16 GB
Proton version: 6.3-8 also tried the experimental version but no luck.

@alasky17
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@alasky17 alasky17 commented Dec 21, 2021

Hang on tight folks - should have a working experimental build later today - this is a problem with the latest rockstar update.

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@alasky17 alasky17 commented Dec 21, 2021

Update - fix live in experimental-6.3-20211221 :) There could still be a bug where it complains that you need to verify the integrity of the files after installing the new launcher, but you can just close the window (not the warning window, the whole larger window) and it will proceed with the rest of the install.

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@bkdwt bkdwt commented Dec 22, 2021

Update - fix live in experimental-6.3-20211221 :) There could still be a bug where it complains that you need to verify the integrity of the files after installing the new launcher, but you can just close the window (not the warning window, the whole larger window) and it will proceed with the rest of the install.

Problem solved! Thanks so much!

@DumpsterVirus
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@DumpsterVirus DumpsterVirus commented Dec 23, 2021

Switched from Proton 6.3-8 to Experimental 6.3-20211221 and can launch (NOTE 1st time it was only if i select GTA online (not GTA V) - now it works on either option ...)

Problem solved ... Thanks for your help!!

@BlueGoliath
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@BlueGoliath BlueGoliath commented Dec 27, 2021

Steam is hanging on installing step 3 / 5 MS redist package.

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@jjpe jjpe commented Dec 27, 2021

Using proton experimental makes it bootable again, but it's stuck in an extremely low resolution.
As soon as I try to enter the graphics settings to change that, the game just crashes with some message about DirectX.

@username-murphy
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@username-murphy username-murphy commented Dec 28, 2021

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@KuJo-Ger KuJo-Ger commented Dec 28, 2021

Out of the box with Proton 6.3-8.
3200 x 1800 res
Graphics settings mostly at high
60 fps

OS: Linux Mint 20.2
KERNEL: 5.13.0-22-generic
CPU: AMD Ryzen 5 3600 6-Core
GPU: AMD Radeon RX 5700 XT (NAVI10, DRM 3.41.0, 5.13.0-22-generic, LLVM 13.0.0)
GPU DRIVER: 4.6 Mesa 21.3.2 - kisak-mesa PPA
RAM: 16 GB

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GTA-V-settings-01
GTAV-02
GTAV-03
GTAV-04
GTAV-06

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