Proton 5.13-1

Which games? If i have them I can try them.



I tried AC IV, Torchlight and Magic 2014 but I suspect if I tried others it would be the same.

Yeah that’s weird, can you try latest GloriousEggroll?
Just to exclude Proton itself, if it doesn’t work too…Or confirm it doesn’t work :slight_smile:

I will try gloriouseggroll(once I lookup how to do that).

However, all other versions of proton seem to work fine.

It’s very easy, check my guide here:

Specifically Install custom Proton engine bullet from that link
With GE or TKG you at least will be able to play your latest games i think

However, all other versions of proton seem to work fine.

Oh, well that probably mean that it’s specific version of Proton is crapped :frowning:
I mean it’s extremely weird that there are no log at all

btw i assume you’re up to date, but just in case:

gcc --version

GE works, but AC IV doesn’t finish launching which is something that was supposed to be fixed in 5.13-1.

gcc (GCC) 10.2.0
Copyright (C) 2020 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
This is free software; see the source for copying conditions.  There is NO

Is this Manjaro Stable?
I think it should be ahead on Arch and latest Proton depends on more recent version, that must be a reason…

Oh, then try TKG :frog: , it’s 5.19 should be fixing it (i think):


>> yay -Syi gcc                                                                                                                 
:: Synchronizing package databases...
 archzfs is up to date
 archzfs-kernels is up to date
 core is up to date
 extra is up to date
 community is up to date
 multilib is up to date
 herecura is up to date
Repository      : core
Name            : gcc
Version         : 10.2.0-3
Description     : The GNU Compiler Collection - C and C++ frontends
Architecture    : x86_64
URL             :
Licenses        : GPL  LGPL  FDL  custom
Groups          : base-devel
Provides        : gcc-multilib
Depends On      : gcc-libs=10.2.0-3  binutils>=2.28  libmpc
Optional Deps   : lib32-gcc-libs: for generating code for 32-bit ABI
Conflicts With  : None
Replaces        : gcc-multilib
Download Size   : 31.53 MiB
Installed Size  : 147.32 MiB
Packager        : Evangelos Foutras <>
Build Date      : Wed 30 Sep 2020 02:38:18 AM CDT
Validated By    : MD5 Sum  SHA-256 Sum  Signature

Does your mirror show something different?

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That’s what mine shows.

Weird, i have the same…Sorry maybe i’ve mixed something, trying to find where i’ve read about it yesterday

Not what i was initially referencing, but here’s some stuff that i found (let’s dive in :laughing: ):

which leads to this

Looks like this Proton release is not very well made…

That’s so weird though, a lot of people got it working on Arch with both Nvidia / AMD, for example here it’s evident:

What are we doing wrong?! :thinking:

That is very weird. I am using Proton 5.13 and it seems to be working alright for me so far. Granted the only games I have really tried with it so far have been Elder Scrolls Online, and Nier Automata. Although i have heard alot of reports like this about nothing working at all. Maybe it just reacts to people’s setups differently?

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I don’t know…should be more or less the same, what’s your setup?

btw, surfing through issues on proton - it looks like they’re very well aware of the problems and soon should update it :woozy_face:

Well that’s promising atleast, hopefully a fix for you guys should incoming soon. As for my setup, I don’t really have anything special. GeForce 1050ti, i5-8400, 16gb of ram, and I am running EndeavorOS on Kernel 5.9.1, although it was also working on 5.8 as well.

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Have you updated your steam client? I see there is a recent update with a couple proton 5.13 fixes;

Fix Proton 5.13 on systems that do not define XDG_RUNTIME_DIR (steam-runtime#284)
Fix Proton 5.13 ‘Force Exit’

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Thx, when manually checking for steam update there seems to be one, let’s see if it works :slight_smile:

Usually it auto-updates just on launch though :thinking:

Nooope, at least RDR 2 doesn’t seem to work, i’ll try something else now…

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Yes, I am fully up-to-date.

There was an update if you had steam running you got a pop-up. I have it running in the backround client wise. So far I see no reason to not add it to autostart :man_shrugging: