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Overwatch DXVK Crossover Linux 18.0
Jatin Garg
Jatin Garg
Posted 2018-11-13 06:26
Hi,
I was using fedora and with Lutris I was able to run Overwatch with DXVK, now i switched to RHEL 7 and Lutris is not available so i tried Crossover 18 as it has Vulkan (DXVK) support.

1. On Crossover I have trouble enabling DXVK in bottles, it is greyed out. Picture tutorials would help alot !

2. I want to use Wine-staging provided by Lutris so i downloaded that wine manually how can I include that to crossover (Wine has older version in RHEL official repos) which folder to put in the wine I installed ?

Josh DuBois
Josh DuBois  Staff Member
Posted 2018-11-13 06:47
Jatin Garg Posted:
Hi,
I was using fedora and with Lutris I was able to run Overwatch with DXVK, now i switched to RHEL 7 and Lutris is not available so i tried Crossover 18 as it has Vulkan (DXVK) support.

1. On Crossover I have trouble enabling DXVK in bottles, it is greyed out. Picture tutorials would help alot !

2. I want to use Wine-staging provided by Lutris so i downloaded that wine manually how can I include that to crossover (Wine has older version in RHEL official repos) which folder to put in the wine I installed ?



If the DXVK option is greyed out, this is probably because CrossOver cannot find libvulkan on your system.  Do you have libvulkan installed, along with compatible drivers?  (Without these, DXVK will not work.)  If you don't have these things, you'll need to install them and then re-run the DXVK crosstie.
Jatin Garg
Jatin Garg
Posted 2018-11-13 06:59
Hi, I installed Vulkan, "sudo yum install Vulkan" and one provided by the Nvidia drivers. Its not greyed out but now do i have to install DXVK separately like on other thread i read it said you need to add it to wine bottle, if not then probably this is working.

Issue 2- And how to make crossover detect a wine version installed manually (not from the repos) where do i need to put the wine-staging folder i downloaded from Lutris.

I will update on this post if i was able to make overwatch work or not and on lutris it was at 60 FPS on Nvidia 1050 ti. So lets see.

Help me with wine-staging to be detected by the crossover.
Josh DuBois
Josh DuBois  Staff Member
Posted 2018-11-13 07:08
You do need to re-install DXVK using the crosstie (you must have done that once already, just do the same thing again now that you have Vulkan installed).

CrossOver has a built-in Wine, which is the only one it will use.  You cannot change versions of Wine with CrossOver.
Jatin Garg
Jatin Garg
Posted 2018-11-13 08:14
Just installing DXVK in the same bottle will do the job ?
Jatin Garg
Jatin Garg
Posted 2018-11-13 09:19
Sorry for the inconvenience but it looks like it has still not detected Vulkan on RHEL 7
Still its greyed out, I installed DXVK put into the same bottle...
As its intel I installed

sudo yum install vulkan mesa-vulkan-driver
Jatin Garg
Jatin Garg
Posted 2018-11-13 09:23
The problem actually can be -

1. As its more tested on Fedora

its trying to find vulkan-icd-loader

On Redhat 7  the package "vulkan" provides the loader and vulkan layer. But as crossover is not finding it wont detect.

Let me try that on my Nvidia 1050 ti as I know that works with Vulkan I submit my tests here..

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