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Client Discord doesn't detected via RPC #77

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mortim1 opened this issue Aug 8, 2018 · 12 comments
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Client Discord doesn't detected via RPC #77

mortim1 opened this issue Aug 8, 2018 · 12 comments

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@mortim1 mortim1 commented Aug 8, 2018

Hi ! I have a problem, the Rich Presence isn't detected on Visual Studio Code (I'm using Ubuntu Budgie 18.04) , I'm not sure that the problem is coming from Discord, because it works perfectly on Spotify

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@iCrawl iCrawl commented Aug 8, 2018

#66

Spotify Rich Presence is an official Discord implementation so its not comparable.
Discord does a very poor job when implementing RPC for Ubuntu, nothing I can do.

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@mortim1 mortim1 commented Aug 8, 2018

okey thanks

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@Stapleton Stapleton commented Nov 3, 2018

I found a solution to the extension not working on Ubuntu Budgie 18.04.
Don't install Discord from the software centre. If you have, uninstall it.
Go to https://discordapp.com mouse over "Download for Linux" then hit ~.deb` [Direct Link]
Open your downloads folder, right click and hit "Open Tilix/(some terminal emulator) here" and then paste in the following

# This first
dpkg -i discord-0.0.5.deb
# If it finishes with an error basically saying it cannot finish
# because its missing libc++1, then do the following
sudo apt install --fix-broken

Installing the actual package and not the snap package is what made it work for me like a charm.
Makes it seem like snap's packaging either strips features or isolates the app to the extent some stuff either doesn't work or is flaky.

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@dakyskye dakyskye commented Nov 11, 2018

I found a solution to the extension not working on Ubuntu Budgie 18.04.
Don't install Discord from the software centre. If you have, uninstall it.
Go to https://discordapp.com mouse over "Download for Linux" then hit ~.deb` [Direct Link]
Open your downloads folder, right click and hit "Open Tilix here" and then paste in the following

# This first
dpkg -i discord-0.0.5.deb
# If it finishes with an error basically saying it cannot finish
# because its missing libc++1, then do the following
sudo apt --fix-broken install

Installing the actual package and not the snap package is what made it work for me like a charm.
Makes it seem like snap's packaging either strips features or isolates the app to the extent some stuff either doesn't work or is flaky.

Thank you @OscarXcore for solution and @iCrawl for referencing this to me !

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@Stapleton Stapleton commented Nov 11, 2018

No worries! I noticed that when you download the .deb off of the discord website, it opens the software centre. Anything that is installed in the software centre isn't the actual package, the .deb just links to the snap version unless you install the .deb with dpkg.

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@mild-prowler mild-prowler commented Dec 3, 2018

I found a solution to the extension not working on Ubuntu Budgie 18.04.
Don't install Discord from the software centre. If you have, uninstall it.
Go to https://discordapp.com mouse over "Download for Linux" then hit ~.deb` [Direct Link]
Open your downloads folder, right click and hit "Open Tilix here" and then paste in the following

# This first
dpkg -i discord-0.0.5.deb
# If it finishes with an error basically saying it cannot finish
# because its missing libc++1, then do the following
sudo apt --fix-broken install

Installing the actual package and not the snap package is what made it work for me like a charm.
Makes it seem like snap's packaging either strips features or isolates the app to the extent some stuff either doesn't work or is flaky.

One thing to note as well: Make sure you also do NOT have Visual Studio Code installed on the Software Center. Just had this same issue, but I was able to fix it.

Go to the Visual Studio Code website and download VSCode. Direct link

In your Downloads folder, run the following in a Terminal.

sudo dpkg -i code*.deb
sudo apt install --fix-broken #incase packages are missing

You should be all set now.

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@thegergo02 thegergo02 commented Feb 12, 2019

sudo apt --fix-broken install is not correct, I had to use sudo apt install --fix-broken

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@mild-prowler mild-prowler commented Feb 13, 2019

@thegergo02 Goodness me, I'm very sorry about that. I was half-assed tired.

Fixed now.

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@Stapleton Stapleton commented Feb 13, 2019

Fixed my comment as well @thegergo02

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@RyanTheDevelopan RyanTheDevelopan commented May 15, 2019

Um, I'm starting to experience the same problem. I'm using Windows 7 Ultimate.

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@Stapleton Stapleton commented May 15, 2019

Try starting discord and VSCode both as Administrator

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@Blaze135 Blaze135 commented Oct 29, 2019

I have problem with connect to discord
https://gyazo.com/8a41e2bf56965135aaf5170d9c1db808

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