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    RoR Development builds (For Windows and Linux!)

    If you want to test the latest changes to RoR without having to compile the game yourself, you can download a Development build.



    Download with the itch.io desktop app (Recommended)

    With the desktop app, the latest build will be automatically downloaded and installed
    Also, only the changed files will be downloaded instead of the complete game.

    1. Download and install the itch.io desktop app: itch - Download and play indie games - itch.io
    2. Login into the itch.io app.
    3. Copy this link into the URL bar:
      Code:
      https://anotherfoxguy.itch.io/rigs-of-rods
      RoR Development builds (For Windows and Linux!)-vivaldi_2018-10-18_18-37-33-png
    4. Now a bar will appear on the bottom of the screen, click the install button to install RoR
      RoR Development builds (For Windows and Linux!)-itch_2018-10-18_18-39-28-png
    5. When you launch the game for the first time, it will first install some dependencies




    Download without the itch.io desktop app

    If you don't want to install the desktop app, you still can download the builds manually

    1. Download the latest version here: itch.io
    2. Extract the zip file into a new folder (do not merge with an existing RoR version!)
    3. Run RoRConfig.exe or RunRoRConfig





    Let me know if there are any problems with the development builds in this thread.
    Last edited by AnotherFoxGuy; 1 Week Ago at 08:27 PM.

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    Re: RoR Development builds (For Windows and Linux!)

    For some reason, enabling force feedback causes a segmentation fault as soon as I load a vehicle. I'm on Kubuntu 18.04 using a Logitech Wingman Formula Force GP wheel.

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    Re: RoR Development builds (For Windows and Linux!)

    iirc force feedback is broken under linux

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    Re: RoR Development builds (For Windows and Linux!)

    Several maps such as North St Helens give the error:

    "OGRE EXCEPTION(5:ItemIdentityException): Object named 'MainLight' does not exist. in SceneManager::getMovableObject at /home/c
    onan/.conan/data/OGRE/1.9.1/anotherfoxguy/stable/build/90ee443cae5dd5c1b4861766ac14dc6fae231a92/OgreMain/src/OgreSceneManager.
    cpp (line 6979)"

    when I try to load them, and some vehicles and maps cause a segmentation fault as soon as they are selected in the menu. This is on Kubuntu 18.04.

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    Re: RoR Development builds (For Windows and Linux!)

    Do you have an intel vga?

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    Re: RoR Development builds (For Windows and Linux!)

    Yes.

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    Re: RoR Development builds (For Windows and Linux!)

    ogre 1.9 crashes a lot with intel vga (i have them too so i use ogre 1.8 which works fine)

    wait until ogre 1.11 port is done, it fixes all the intel crashes (tested on both my desktop and laptop using Archlinux)
    Last edited by tritonas00; 3 Weeks Ago at 02:14 AM.

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    Re: RoR Development builds (For Windows and Linux!)

    Im getting an error after I click on download

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    Re: RoR Development builds (For Windows and Linux!)

    Removed the password, downloading with the app should be fixed now

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    RoR Development builds (For Windows and Linux!)-ror-error-png

    Its fixed but now Im getting this

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