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Re: Running Foobar in Linux

Reply #625
Really?  That's hardly justified.  I don't claim to be an expert, I am just reporting my honest experience.  It took some fiddling to get to IE9, as you know (because IIRC you helped me get there).  These are low-powered netbooks, if you recall.

If you are saying that it should be possible to implement 32-bit v2 etc etc, then I'll create a restore point and see if I can (at some point - not right now).

What's this got to do with Wine?
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Re: Running Foobar in Linux

Reply #627
Anyone start having a black screen and 100% CPU usage when opening foobar2000 lately? wine version 8.3.

Re: Running Foobar in Linux

Reply #628
Anyone start having a black screen and 100% CPU usage when opening foobar2000 lately? wine version 8.3.

wine-8.3 (Staging) here no problem.

But one time foobar started as a black screen for me.
I close it, move the theme file from profile. Start again. Close. Replace the new theme file crated for the old one, and it starts normal again.
But this time didn't show 100% CPU so maybe could not be related

Re: Running Foobar in Linux

Reply #629
There are some redraw issues, but that's a minor annoyance. The real showstopper is a crash bug caused by library scan. Only happens when it encounters some non ASCII characters. There is a Wine bug filled for this, but no activity on that yet.

Re: Running Foobar in Linux

Reply #630
Anyone start having a black screen and 100% CPU usage when opening foobar2000 lately? wine version 8.3.

wine-8.3 (Staging) here no problem.

But one time foobar started as a black screen for me.
I close it, move the theme file from profile. Start again. Close. Replace the new theme file crated for the old one, and it starts normal again.
But this time didn't show 100% CPU so maybe could not be related

Unchecking the "Allow window manager to ..." options in winecfg seems to fix it for me, at least temporarily. 100% CPU is not always the case, maybe was related to something else the other day.

Re: Running Foobar in Linux

Reply #631
Unchecking the "Allow window manager to ..." options in winecfg seems to fix it for me, at least temporarily. 100% CPU is not always the case, maybe was related to something else the other day.

I don't think that both case were related too. In fact, I never have 100% CPU usage when the window starts black, but I point it down because it can help somebody with the same behavior.

As it only happens from time to time and randomly it not worth the cost of disallow the window manager to draw decorations and manages the window.

At least in gnome that supposed to forgot about alt+tab, no entry in windows bar list, etc. and the window always on top. Not so practical.

Less costly to do the trick when it happens, that anyway is very rarely.

But it has a benefit, in this situation the full screen visuals work.

 


Re: Running Foobar in Linux

Reply #632
This thread is huge and it started so many years ago... is there a reliable and updated guide to start from? I am on Linux Mint 21.1 if it matters.
Thanks in advance!

Re: Running Foobar in Linux

Reply #633
This thread is huge and it started so many years ago... is there a reliable and updated guide to start from? I am on Linux Mint 21.1 if it matters.
Thanks in advance!

With latest wine versions pretty much works out of the box.

If you want to use Spider Monkey Panel you have to install mdac28 and wsh57 winetricks verbs and use a 32 bit prefix.

If you have music files with Japanese, Korean, etc. characters and use as locale English, Spanish, etc. you can use some fonts' substitution like the previous post show. https://hydrogenaud.io/index.php/topic,121786.msg1023231.html#msg1023231

if you have doubts, don't hesitate to ask


Re: Running Foobar in Linux

Reply #634
This thread is huge and it started so many years ago... is there a reliable and updated guide to start from? I am on Linux Mint 21.1 if it matters.
Thanks in advance!

Does Mint include PlayOnLinux? If not you should be able to download it from the repo. It's a front-end for Wine that makes it easy to install supported programs (and ones that aren't) and it'll add shortcuts to the start menu for you. It supports 32 bit foobar2000 (click "Install a Program" and then select foobar2000 from the list of programs under "Multimedia") but I've installed the newer 64 bit flavors too without much hassle.

Running on MX Linux.


Re: Running Foobar in Linux

Reply #635
Hi I wanted to share how I solved the audio skipping problems people have reported. It should work the same for pulseaudio or pipewire which I am using.
The trick is to use the environment variable PULSE_LATENCY_MSEC in the command to start foobar.
In the .desktop file launches foobar add PULSE_LATENCY_MSEC=140 (or higher if needed) to the command in the Exec field before the actual "wine" command. ie:
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Exec=env WINEPREFIX="/home/me/.wine" PULSE_LATENCY_MSEC=140 wine C:\\\\\...foobar2000.lnk

I am using foobar 1.6.12 in wine 8.0 which is the latest foobar version that I found worked well.

Re: Running Foobar in Linux

Reply #636
Wine 8.14
Linux Mint 21.1
foobar2000 v2.1 preview 2023-08-18 : 32-bit | 64-bit
Columns UI Version 2.1.0 beta 3 and Version 2.0.0

Columns UI not working.
Layout is pure white.
Wine 8.13 was fine.
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Re: Running Foobar in Linux

Reply #638
Try to run winecfg and set compatibility to Win10 or earlier for foobar2000.exe.

Re: Running Foobar in Linux

Reply #639
@papavlos

amazing!
problem solved.

Many Thanks.
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Re: Running Foobar in Linux

Reply #640
Foorbar2000 v2.1 del 23.08.2023 crasha con tutti i component.

Cardiacs

Re: Running Foobar in Linux

Reply #641
@Cardiacs

papavlos Reply #638:

> Try to run winecfg and set compatibility to Win10 or earlier for foobar2000.exe.

have you tried?
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Re: Running Foobar in Linux

Reply #642
Hi guys!
How to make run service to open folder in nautilus (like "open containing folder" menu). I had this settings in my setup but reinstalled foobar from scratch and can't find how to do it now.

Re: Running Foobar in Linux

Reply #643
Hi guys!
How to make run service to open folder in nautilus (like "open containing folder" menu). I had this settings in my setup but reinstalled foobar from scratch and can't find how to do it now.



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Open file directory in Nautilus


Path

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Z:\usr\bin\xdg-open "$replace(%path%,'\','/','Z:',,%filename_ext%,)"



Re: Running Foobar in Linux

Reply #644
Hi guys!
How to make run service to open folder in nautilus (like "open containing folder" menu). I had this settings in my setup but reinstalled foobar from scratch and can't find how to do it now.



Label
Code: [Select]

Open file directory in Nautilus


Path

Code: [Select]

Z:\usr\bin\xdg-open "$replace(%path%,'\','/','Z:',,%filename_ext%,)"




Thank you. But it doesn't work.


Re: Running Foobar in Linux

Reply #646
Thank you. But it doesn't work.

It does.

https://www.udrop.com/L9C4/Grabación_de_pantalla_desde_2023-11-24_16-58-44.webm


Check your file association. xdg-open must open the directory containing the file with the predefined program
Thank you. This works for me
Z:\usr\bin\xdg-open "$replace(%path%,'\','/','C:\users','/home',%filename_ext%,)"

Re: Running Foobar in Linux

Reply #647
Thank you. This works for me
Z:\usr\bin\xdg-open "$replace(%path%,'\','/','C:\users','/home',%filename_ext%,)"

Ah, you have the library added from the C: 'virtual' wine disc.

If you add the files from Z: that is the same structure of the original linux filesystem works the same from the wine point of view and make easier to convert the paths and for example adding external or network discs

Re: Running Foobar in Linux

Reply #648
Hello all! I've been running Foobar2000 2.0 on Arch with a stock wine installation (with it set to Windows 7) for a while, noticed that 2.1 is out and I tried to run the installer executable. Getting a page fault, any ideas?

Log:
https://pastebin.com/VEpXr4KY

Re: Running Foobar in Linux

Reply #649
Hello all! I've been running Foobar2000 2.0 on Arch with a stock wine installation (with it set to Windows 7) for a while, noticed that 2.1 is out and I tried to run the installer executable. Getting a page fault, any ideas?

Log:
https://pastebin.com/VEpXr4KY
This might be the same problem: https://hydrogenaud.io/index.php/topic,125191.0.html
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