Developed and tested on MacOS Mojave (10.14.4)
Successfully beta tested on MacOS 10.12.
Supposed to work on MacOS 10.9 upward
Ported and intensively beta tested on Windows 10.
Briefly tested on Windows Server 2016 (as used e.g. by cloud providers like Parsec).
Note that the "Visual C++ Redistributable for Visual Studio 2015" is required for LiveTraffic to run on Windows. It's almost always there...if not (like in Server installations) download it directly from Microsoft.
If LiveTraffic doesn't start and
.../Resources/plugins/LiveTraffic/64/win.xpl : Error Code = 126 : The specified module could not be found. then most likely you're missing the redistributable.
Linux: Many thanks to sparker for providing a Docker setup for building Linux. I do not have a Linux runtime environment and cannot test, analyse, or debug Linux-specific issues. LiveTraffic requires a fairly recent Linux environment. The following is known:
Successful installations on Ubuntu 18.04 LTS, Arch Linux, Manjaro
xdg-utils needed for opening web pages (help menu and buttons, download link), Ubuntu has it by default.
Not working on Lubuntu/Ubuntu 16.04 LTS, Mint 18.1 due to issues with
If you are on a Steam-based installation, then the following tip may help you fixing
CURL_OPENSSL_4 version issues:
For XP11, add the launch option:
That was from the Steam "This War of Mine" community.
Here another link to try to understand this all more on Steam (at least on Arch Linux).
Here a general tip how to potentially fix issues finding
libcurl from a Support forum post:
Created a symbolic link between the installed 64 bit
libcurl.so.4 file and the directory where LT was looking (take it from the error message in
log.txt). In the author's case, the commands looked like this:
To find the directory, check the output from
Then create the link between the directory and Steam (note that your file paths will differ):
sudo ln -s /usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/libcurl.so.4 ~/.steam/ubuntu12_32/steam-runtime/pinned_libs_64/libcurl.so.4