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  1. Is your friend perhaps trying to rightclick in a safehouse that he has not been invited to?
  2. Beard

    Game Crashing

    I do not think other games would afffect it, it looks like a very specific error that is related to the graphics failing for some reason, or opengl specifically. Could you try maybe uninstalling your Java as well? Sometimes custom Java settings can cause such issues, the game uses its own built-in Java.
  3. Can you try installing the Steam client on the Linux server? This is mainly so Steam has all its required dependencies installed, which would be installed if you install the client.
  4. Make sure the Steam ports are opened? https://help.steampowered.com/en/faqs/view/2EA8-4D75-DA21-31EB Especially the 8766 port.
  5. Try editing the ProjectZomboid64.json file Change the "UseZGC" line to "UseG1GC" Then start the server again.
  6. Try installing the Intel drivers from here? https://ark.intel.com/content/www/us/en/ark/products/191045/intel-core-i79750h-processor-12m-cache-up-to-4-50-ghz.html
  7. Not sure how to help in that case, the logs themselves look fine, meaning it would be either a general Linux network issue or just a Linux optimization problem, perhaps very dependent on the distro and what background apps you are running and such.
  8. Can you try manually installing the latest drivers from here to see fi that helps? https://ark.intel.com/content/www/us/en/ark/products/196597/intel-core-i71065g7-processor-8m-cache-up-to-3-90-ghz.html If that does not help, can you share the logs again + go to Steam\steamapps\common\ProjectZomboid and share the "hs_err_pid" files found there.
  9. Can you try installing the latest "OpenJDK" version on your PC and all its dependencies and see if that helps?
  10. There does not seem anything particular in the console log, which likely means that the issue is caused by something else, can you check your sound mixer to see if the game is not being muted there? And can you check your sound devices to make sure only the main speakers you use are set to Default? You can try disabling the others as well to make sure it is not being switched to them for some reason. There are also some logs mentioning something about a sledgehammer and a mace, so it might be mod related as well, does it happen when playing on a server without any mods?
  11. Currently if you try to build rooms inside other rooms it will not work, since that area had no "rooms" created before in the original building it was considered as being "outside". Which means even if you build there it will most likely not create a new room, though you can try building a room surrounded by just player built walls and see if that does anything.
  12. Unusual, is this the whole game console? It does not even show the game getting into the main menu, also I gave you the wrong Zomboid folder location, on Linux it would be in your Home / Zomboid folder. Can you instead try running the projectzomboid.sh file in the console? It is located in Steam/steamapps/common/ProjectZomboid/projectzomboid It should give us the output of the game loading and we can check for any errors there.
  13. Can you share your logs.zip file found in C:\Users\YourUserName\Zomboid once the sound disappears again?
  14. Can the one who is hosting share the logs.zip file found in C:\Users\YourUserName\Zomboid?
  15. Can you try switching to the "none" beta version and retry? And can he tried connecting to any public server to see if there is an issue with just your specific server or not.
  16. Can you share your console.txt file found in C:\Users\YourUserName\Zomboid?
  17. The description + mod list has a character limit (100 I think), this bug happens if both of those together are longer than the limit, try shortening the description?
  18. It is possible that the Linux system is using Swap memory for the server operation, which would cause crazy lag. Could you check the Swap usage on the server? And can you try temporarily disabling Swap or making sure that the PC RAM does not get above its maximum?
  19. Is the game being properly virtualized by Rosetta? And have you checked if there are any issues with Rosetta causing any problems with other apps?
  20. Could you try unsubscribing from any mods you have? Then go to the "Steam\steamapps\workshop" folder and delete the "appworkshop_108600" and the "108600" folder in the "content" folder, this should reset the workshop folder and see if that still crashes. If it does, try subscribing to a single mod to recreate the folders.
  21. Move all files found in the Zomboid folder (default in C:\Users\YourUserName\Zomboid) to the same location on the server machine, then try loading the world. It should keep characters as long as the users join with the exact same usernames.
  22. Beard

    Launch issues

    Can you try using the "alternate launch" option and share a screenshot of the console that should show up once the game crashes?
  23. Beard

    Launch issues

    Try going to C:\Users\YourUserName\Zomboid and delete everything there except the "saves" folder.
  24. Beard

    Game Crashing

    in that case can you try disabling your Steam overlay and any other overlay programs you might have? Open the Steam client and navigate to the Steam > Settings/Preferences > In-game tab. Uncheck the box next to Enable the Steam Overlay while in-game. https://steamcdn-a.akamaihd.net/steam/support/faq/overlay_options.JPG
  25. Have you tried being on the main menu and joining through the Steam Friends list?
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