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Starting

First, try running stardust-xr-server in a terminal window. If a headset is plugged in and OpenXR is working no window will show up. However, the headset should show the same things as the window that opens:

A pitch black void with a single bleach white hand in the middle

Images#

Flatscreen mode upon initial startup: A pitch black window representing Stardust in flatscreen mode

XR mode when OpenXR somehow fails: A black void representing Stardust in XR mode with a hand skeleton in the middle

Flatscreen mode when ~/.config/stardust/skytex.hdr is Zhengyang Gate: A pitch black window representing Stardust in flatscreen mode

Help screen#

stardust-xr-server 0.10.0Nova King <technobaboo@proton.me>Stardust XR reference display server
USAGE:    stardust-xr-server [OPTIONS]
OPTIONS:    -f, --flatscreen            Force flatscreen mode and use the mouse pointer as a 3D pointer    -h, --help                  Print help information    -o, --overlay <PRIORITY>    Run Stardust XR as an overlay with given priority    -V, --version               Print version information