This article lists the known errors of the Linux application.
- Shadow is crashing on Ubuntu 20.04
- Vertically splitted screen or full Linux crash
- If you have a NVIDIA GPU on your local machine
- If you have an AMD GPU on your local machine and bad colors or irregular stream
- Sandboxing issue with Debian
Shadow is crashing on Ubuntu 20.04
You should execute the following command:
echo $'\n'"export LIBVA_DRIVER_NAME=i965" >> ~/.profile
Please unlog than relog from your session after executing it.
Vertically splitted screen or full Linux crash
Due to a specific GPU initialization required for old cards, the stream can be half rendered or may cause an Xorg freeze (read the issue). In this case, please contact the support with the result of the command:
If you have a NVIDIA GPU on your local machine
Prefer to install proprietary drivers: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/SoftwareAndUpdatesSettings. For any issues with these drivers, please contact the support with the result of the command:
If you have an AMD GPU on your local machine and bad colors or irregular stream
Due to a bad driver configuration, the stream should not be decoded correctly. You should execute the following command:
curl https://gitlab.com/NicolasGuilloux/shadow-live-os/raw/arch-master/airootfs/etc/drirc -o ~/.drirc
Please restart your computer after executing it.
Sandboxing issue with Debian
Due to this bug in Debian, you have to run the application with the following parameter:
Another solution is to add an attribute into your system kernel:
sysctl -w kernel.unprivileged_userns_clone=1
Or by adding following line in the file /etc/sysctl.d/99-shadow.conf: