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.18.104.22.168.3625 of Tripla ill try the new version. Didnt know it had been updated
RmcDud last edited by RmcDud
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.