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
2014-04-0601:21:37nullzero(though a user said steam's System Shock 2 linux port is wine based... can anyone confirm?)
2014-04-0610:31:45Curly BraceHadn't tested myself, but I've also heard from people around that its wine based. Not sure which approach exactly they do use though - either simply wrapping binary inside wine launcher, or compiling sources against winelibs
2014-04-0610:33:48Curly BraceI assume people who own the game can play around with obdump to see what's inside game binary
2014-04-0610:34:47Curly BraceAnyway, System Shock 2 is a brilliant thing and its good to see it "offically" supported on Linux, even with a help of some red wine
2014-04-0621:04:05nullzeroYep, SS2 was one of my favorites... even got it last year in GOG but had trouble playing in wine... maybe its time to try again :) (also played it with the OST of the horror sci-fi Event Horizon in the background for a real fear mode)
2014-04-1007:13:14luojie-duneA game bulid upon wine lib shall be considered a Linux game too, so wine port is OK.
2014-04-1218:55:38nullzerohmm... When I'm submitting a new game and filling in the details, If I put screenshots above the 512 Kb limit for the second time, the game is automatically submitted, even if I don't click save. Happened twice!
2014-04-1318:27:49sixsixfivenullzero< you can uplaod a little more eg 540kb works too
2014-04-1622:34:40nullzeroSaw there is now a resize terminal command in the game screenshots area. Nice! ^_^
2014-04-1912:54:25luojie-duneKeeperRL is fund raising to make progress to v1.0 release. Inspired by Dungeon Keeper/ Dwarf Fortress. [url] ( read and find playable alpha) GPL code, non-free media.