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Can't Get CSO or GZIP to load
#1
I have googled my fingers off, and I followed what I think are correct instruction for using the Linuz plugin to load compressed files. The latest release says that CSO and gzip are supported, but I can't load them. It just says it's not there or something. Can anyone tell me what I'm doing wrong? Is there a different compression method I should use? Thanks in advance!
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#2
You're using a new build from here right: http://buildbot.orphis.net/pcsx2
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#3
No. I was using the latest version from the pcsx2 site.
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#4
You need the latest git/development version. This feature is not implemented in the latest stable.
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#5
No wonder! Thanks!

P.S. Do you happen to know if this version is stable-ish?
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#6
AAHHH! There are a gazillion builds, and they're all under different authors. Should I just take the one from the top?
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#7
Yeah, just take the latest. That's just a result of devs making changes every day.

As for stability, they're fine.
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#8
Thanks so much, Nobbs66 and willkuer! I went and downloaded it, and now I have all kinds of errors with dlls not being there although I have all the required C++ and whatever. I guess I'll just stick to the builds from PCSX2 and wait for it to be implemented there. Thank you so much!
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#9
it's probably just various plugins that your PC doesn't support. it's not a big deal.
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#10
It's actually because you need the Visual Studio 2015 C++ Runtimes, these are linked on our Git download page on the website, at the top
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