Citra Doesnt run, at all?


#1

[ 0.007647] Frontend citra/citra.cpp:main:118: Failed to load ROM: No ROM specified
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Saving session…
…copying shared history…
…saving history…truncating history files…
…completed.

[Process completed]


#2

How are you loading the ROM? You can drag and drop ROMs to citra.exe or run them through commands. Most users would run citra-qt.exe and use File -> Load File or File -> Select Game Directory.


#3

Does that work for mac? cause im using a mac book pro with sierra?


#4

Preferably you’d use citra-qt. It should work on every supported OS (Windows, Mac and Linux).


#5

i do and every time i try to open it i get this.
Last login: Mon Apr 10 22:08:44 on ttys000
/Applications/citra-osx-20170409-9007c48/citra ; exit;
MacBook-Pro-van-Andrew:~ andrewveenendaal$ /Applications/citra-osx-20170409-9007c48/citra ; exit;
[ 0.000000] Config citra/config.cpp:LoadINI:38: Successfully loaded /Users/andrewveenendaal/.config/citra-emu/sdl2-config.ini
[ 0.008223] Frontend citra/citra.cpp:main:118: Failed to load ROM: No ROM specified
logout
Saving session…
…copying shared history…
…saving history…truncating history files…
…completed.

[Process completed]

And the task bar of citra is empty as wel, how can fix this?
only the terminal has a task bar with options…


#6

and thisLast login: Mon Apr 10 22:11:48 on ttys000
MacBook-Pro-van-Andrew:~ andrewveenendaal$ /Applications/citra-qt.app/Contents/MacOS/citra-qt-bin ; exit;


#7

citra keeps loading but it doesnt open, anyway how i can fix it?


#8

Not a Mac user so I’m not familiar with it. Make sure your’e running citra-qt and not citra. I can tell by [ 0.000000] Config citra/config.cpp:LoadINI:38: Successfully loaded /Users/andrewveenendaal/.config/citra-emu/sdl2-config.ini, your’e loading citra.


#9

i reinstalled citra and opend it, but it keeps loading nothing happens, how can fix this.
sorry if im asking so much .


#10

also the terminal opens and i get this message
Last login: Mon Apr 10 23:38:23 on ttys000
MacBook-Pro-van-Andrew:~ andrewveenendaal$ /Applications/citra-qt.app/Contents/MacOS/citra-qt-bin ; exit;


#11

fixed it m8, thanks anyway


#12

It would be helpful if you could share what you did to fix it as others may encounter this issue.


#13

How did you fix this issue?


#14

Aha OK I figured it out myself. Basically how you do it is by going to Finder, and go to ~/.config (this can be done by pressing command shift g and pasting ~/.config) and edit the qt config file to not do a deep scan of the games directory. If you can’t edit it, change the extension to .txt and then edit it. Make sure to edit it back to .ini afterwards. Find the deep scan setting and change it to false. It should now work.


#15

Good to know since I have a macOS too but I don’t have a problem. Glad you could resolve it.


#16

how did you solve the issue? i also cant run citra. its like this when i run citra-qt.

Last login: Wed Jun 28 22:13:52 on ttys000
Apples-MacBook-Pro:~ appleuser$ /Applications/citra-qt.app/Contents/MacOS/citra-qt-bin ; exit;
dyld: Symbol not found: _kCTLanguageAttributeName
Referenced from: /Applications/citra-qt.app/Contents/MacOS/…/Frameworks/QtGui.framework/Versions/5/QtGui
Expected in: /System/Library/Frameworks/CoreText.framework/Versions/A/CoreText
in /Applications/citra-qt.app/Contents/MacOS/…/Frameworks/QtGui.framework/Versions/5/QtGui
Trace/BPT trap: 5
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i also cant find the qt config file, the citra-emu folder only has this sdl2-config.ini


#17

That looks like a whole other issue, you should make a new topic for it.