Game Crashes if Computer has no internet conection
I recently installed Tripple A on a laptop, and even thou i have the newest game version and JAVA the game crashes every time i try to play without an internet connection. I have never had this problem with older versions of the game. The Game launches fine and has no problems loading maps and options but when i try to play a local game without being connected it crashes and gives me a 10 page error code in JAVA concole.
Copy paste the error code here or on GitHub.
@rmcdud Does the game actually crash? Or does it just show the error message that you can then close? Also what version are you using? I play all the time offline (like on an airplane) and just see a message popup indicating I don't have internet connectivity but I can still play.
@redrum no the game crashes and the only thing left open is the JAVA error console
@redrum running Ver.126.96.36.199.3625 of Tripla ill try the new version. Didnt know it had been updated
Tried New Triplea ver but still got the same error. 0_1526505558955_JavaerrorReport2.txt
Game runs perfectly if there is an internet connection.
So please - when connected with the internet - do as follows:
- Start TripleA
- Start a Local Game
- When the game has started find the Menu Debug and then click Show Console
- When the Console has opened, click the button Properties
- Then click Copy to Clipboard
- Paste in this thread
@RmcDud Any chance you tried to rename your PC at any point or something?
Because the client tries to resolve lenovo-shezbit-n585 and fails doing so.
I'd guess executing
ping lenovo-shezbit-n585in cmd/bash will result in an error as well.
Lonovo shizbit is the name I gave it when I installed the os never been changed.
From the line
I see that you are not using JRE from java.com.
IIRC openjdk is not fully compatible with TripleA, so I recommend that you try Java from java.com instead.
Please report back if this resolves your issue.
@panther cool man ill give it a try and let you know how it works out thanks
@RmcDud I think I know how to fix your issue (although I don't know what might've caused it):
Could you post the content of your
/etc/hostsfile (or execute
cat /etc/hostsin the terminal depending on what you prefer) and post the content here?
Adding or modifying a single line in this file could already fix your issue.