- Fresh Solus 3 install
- Linux Steam Integration untouched from default settings
- GTX 970, proprietary drivers 384.98
- Fresh 7 Days to Die installation
On first run, my desktop crashed completely. The screen blanked a few times and it dropped me back to desktop login with an empty desktop session. This happened again about 10 times in a row while I was trying to fix it. It is very reproducible for me.
I managed to get the game running stable by setting these options in LSI:
- DISABLE - Use native runtime
- DISABLE - Force 32 bit
- ENABLE - Use liblsi-intercept
If I ran with all 3 settings enabled, it would crash my desktop 9/10 times.
EDIT: I forgot to mention the most important part - enabling "use native runtime" in LSI seems to be the culprit. Once I disabled that it stopped crashing Solus
I'm not sure where to look for appropriate log files since the desktop crashed, please let me know and I will attach logs.
The game also started up at a funky super narrow window size: https://i.imgur.com/rQzQO6K.png
I had to set a generic Unity startup parameter in steam settings in order to fix this: