I am porting our Steam game to Linux with monogame. I see there have been problems with monogame and fullscreen on Linux for quite some time so I thought I’d be wise and pick the fullscreen fix branch from git. It doesn’t compile from scratch though, not until I link to a newer OpenTK.dll (version 1.1). Then everything works just fine, fullscreen and everythings works like a charm, but not when starting the game from the Steam Client!
The window size is halved, and I can’t change the resolution whatsoever, and fullscreen doesn’t work. Just like in monogame 2.5.1 times. My shader that I compiled with the MonoGame processor from monogame 3.2 works though… When I start the game from the Steam game folder on my bash, everything is fine.
I suspect that from the Steam client, the wrong libraries are preloaded, maybe an older OpenTK version? I can’t seem to figure out which one, stracing steam just stops before the game is started.
I also wrote a run.sh script, to try and force the libraries form my game folder being loaded:
exec “./Battlepaths.exe” “$@”
No luck. How can I make sure that my game is loaded from the Steam client exactly the same way it is like when I do it manually from the bash?
Thanks for reading and best regards,