Citra was installed using the downloaded file with no extension “citra-setup-linux”, checked as executable.
Citra does nothing when I try to open it in the start menu (not even blinking as shown in other threads). In Terminal it says the command is unknown. When I try to open it directly from the folder, it says there’s nothing installed capable of opening it. (German OS)
I couldn’t find any logfile telling me anything about it.
Compiling it on my own as shown in other threads only leads to errors I’m not capable of solving (I’m a gamer that only had small programs in VB.NET and C# - the whole C++ with Linux is totally new to me). I switched to Linux about half a year ago because Windoze 10 was just nerve breaking on my laptop.
- Operating System: Linux Mint 18.3 Sylvia, 64 bit, all updates made
- CPU: Intel Celeron N2930, 1,83GHz, 4 cores
- GPU: Intel built-in (lspci -nnk | grep -i VGA -A2 says something about Intel Atom Z36xxx/Z37xxx)
- Citra Version (found in title bar): Couldn’t start it, so there’s no title bar.
- Game: none
- Screenshot of Issue (include the full Citra window including titlebar):
There’s nothing to make a screenshot from.
Cmake error: CMake Error at common/CMakeLists.txt:107 (create_target_directory_groups):
Unknown CMake command “create_target_directory_groups”.
Upload your log file as an attachment by dragging & dropping.
– As there’s no gui, I can’t provide a log file –
Your wiki at Github says:
Debian/Ubuntu: Owing to bug #808086 the build might fail. To have it build, add the following after line 1938 of /usr/include/c++/v1/string. (see discussion on StackOverflow for more details.)
This doesn’t apply with my computer, there is no path to this place and no file at this place.