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Getting "illegal instruction" message (SOLVED)
#1
Greetings,

Okay, according to the rules, here's a new thread (sorry for the misreading)

I'm getting the "illegal instruction" output when i run the PCSX2-linux.sh script

So, let me explain to you what happened,

First, i run the PCSX2-linux.sh script from console, here's the output :



Code:
# ./PCSX2-linux.sh

Interface is initializing.  Entering Pcsx2App::OnInit!
Applying operating system default language...
Loading language translation databases for 'French' [fr_FR]
pcsx2_Main not found -- translation dictionary may be incomplete.
pcsx2_Iconized not found -- translation dictionary may be incomplete.
SetLanguage: Requested translation is not implemented yet.
Command line parsing...
Command line parsed!
(UserMode) Found portable install ini @ /home/<username>/PCSX2-1.4.0/portable.ini



and after that, i got the GUI interface "Welcome to PCSX2 !", i set the language by default. When clicking on "next", the GUI disappear and in the console output there is a "illegal instruction" message, so here's the output after that:


Code:
# ./PCSX2-linux.sh

Interface is initializing.  Entering Pcsx2App::OnInit!
Applying operating system default language...
Loading language translation databases for 'French' [fr_FR]
pcsx2_Main not found -- translation dictionary may be incomplete.
pcsx2_Iconized not found -- translation dictionary may be incomplete.
SetLanguage: Requested translation is not implemented yet.
Command line parsing...
Command line parsed!
(UserMode) Found portable install ini @ /home/<username>/PCSX2-1.4.0/portable.ini
Loading language translation databases for 'French' [fr_FR]
Illegal instruction


I'm on debian 8.4 64bits and installed all the i386 libraries required via apt and used this command to view output for required libraries for installing them


Using PCSX2-1.4.0


Code:
# ./PCSX2-linux > out.log



Thank you for your help !
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#2
gregory Wrote:@Matee
Delete GSdx avx2 plugin. If it doesn't work, open a new thread.

Thank you, i given a try on this but the illegal instruction still here
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#3
Could you run this command
Quote:find $HOME/PCSX2-1.4.0/ -name "*.so"

What is your CPU?
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#4
So now it works, i've got a problem with the directory of PCSX2 so i took a new one by deleting it and decompressing the tar.xz file

Running the script and it's all right here Smile

Anyway thank you !
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