Nitrox on Linux

This page summarizes the projects mentioned and recommended in the original post on reddit.com/r/SubnauticaNitrox

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  • Mono

    Mono open source ECMA CLI, C# and .NET implementation.

    I got both the Nitrox launcher and Server working! All you need is The Nitrox Launcher, Mono, Proton Tricks, and this fork of Nitrox Server Docker. The first thing you will want to do is install mono-complete. Then you can download and extract the Nitrox Launcher to wherever you want. Once it is done extracting you can add the exe as a non-steam game. Once it's added to steam you can go into properties and enable Proton. (I'm using Proton 7.0-1) This is where the weird part starts. You now need to install Proton and run protontricks 264710 explorer . This will launch an explorer window, use it to find the Nitrox Launcher and run it. Then click multiplayer (nothing should happen this is fine) finally close Nitrox launcher, Explorer and go back to the terminal and press ctrl c. Finally, launch Nitrox launcher through Steam and click Multiplayer. Subnautica should now launch and have multiplayer working. Creating a Nitrox server is far easier. First, you need to download and extract the fork of Nitrox Server Launcher. Then edit the docker-compose.yml file in the folder you extracted to point to where Subnautica is installed. (you can also change the timezone if you want) save the file and exit. Finally, open a terminal in the folder you just extracted and run the command sudo docker-compose up . If everything was done correctly you should now have a functioning Nitrox server. (you may need to manually port forward 11000 UDP in your router) Thanks, u/jozolab and u/FrontlineMist57 for the help! If this doesn't work for you then you're on your own since I don't even know how this all manages to work myself.

  • protontricks

    A wrapper that does winetricks things for Proton enabled games, requires Winetricks.

    I got both the Nitrox launcher and Server working! All you need is The Nitrox Launcher, Mono, Proton Tricks, and this fork of Nitrox Server Docker. The first thing you will want to do is install mono-complete. Then you can download and extract the Nitrox Launcher to wherever you want. Once it is done extracting you can add the exe as a non-steam game. Once it's added to steam you can go into properties and enable Proton. (I'm using Proton 7.0-1) This is where the weird part starts. You now need to install Proton and run protontricks 264710 explorer . This will launch an explorer window, use it to find the Nitrox Launcher and run it. Then click multiplayer (nothing should happen this is fine) finally close Nitrox launcher, Explorer and go back to the terminal and press ctrl c. Finally, launch Nitrox launcher through Steam and click Multiplayer. Subnautica should now launch and have multiplayer working. Creating a Nitrox server is far easier. First, you need to download and extract the fork of Nitrox Server Launcher. Then edit the docker-compose.yml file in the folder you extracted to point to where Subnautica is installed. (you can also change the timezone if you want) save the file and exit. Finally, open a terminal in the folder you just extracted and run the command sudo docker-compose up . If everything was done correctly you should now have a functioning Nitrox server. (you may need to manually port forward 11000 UDP in your router) Thanks, u/jozolab and u/FrontlineMist57 for the help! If this doesn't work for you then you're on your own since I don't even know how this all manages to work myself.

  • InfluxDB

    Build time-series-based applications quickly and at scale.. InfluxDB is the Time Series Platform where developers build real-time applications for analytics, IoT and cloud-native services. Easy to start, it is available in the cloud or on-premises.

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