Submitted by luojie-dune on Mon, 01/30/2012 - 09:33 Permalink
Submitted by Curly Brace on Sun, 08/22/2010 - 17:33 Permalink
Yes, for some reason it is linked explicitly specifying minor version. To run it, do the following: [list]
[*] run 'locate libGL' to see where do you have libGL.so installed
[*] if you have multiple libGL.so libraries, choose the one used by your current driver (e.g., if you have one in /usr/lib/mesa and another in /usr/lib/nvidia-current, and you are currently using nvidia driver, use that in /usr/lib/nvidia...)
[*] create the symbolic link 'libGL.so.1.2' in the same directory 'libGL.so' lives. For example, 'cd /usr/lib/nvidia-current', 'ln -sT libGL.so.195.36.24 libGL.so.1.2'
[*] use the following script to run the game (you may need to modify the library paths in the script): [/list]
Submitted by pheonton on Sat, 08/21/2010 - 19:42 Permalink
Quite funny but i'm stuck already at level 3. Too hard but visually very appealing.
I had no problem with Debian Squeeze 64bit and running it from the directory.
Submitted by berserk9779 on Sat, 08/21/2010 - 16:09 Permalink
I have it in both /usr/lib/mesa and /usr/lib32/mesa.
I have tried a symbolic link to /usr/lib and /usr/lib32 with no luck
2015-03-1702:57:33chaosesqueteamSome guy, Joerg, comes to every place it is mentioned and spreads libel, what can be done against him/her?
2015-03-2313:14:41SuperuserCan someone please approve my update to Red Eclipse? It's showing up on the homepage but the new version number isn't there or the updated download links and project links. It's a bit bizarre
2015-03-2313:15:03Superuserthe game page in question: [url]