Orange Grunt Jun 20, 2013 @ 11:47am
Does Cheating Cheater work on Linux?
It's the only achievement I have left but it never worked for me on Windows even though I tried multiple times. I'm on Linux now but I'm not sure if it's worth trying. Has anyone achieved this on Linux?
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felixfj007 Jun 22, 2013 @ 3:55am 
I haven't managed to get that achivement either...
fiddler6  [developer] Jun 24, 2013 @ 11:53am 
Did you try setting the clock backwards? That's the easiest way to do it. Play in the past!!
felixfj007 Jun 24, 2013 @ 3:40pm 
No I didn't, but when I try to change the time in Ubuntu (I have set the time to manual) it's like it don't want to change, I don't know why. (Only sometimes I manage to have the time changed)
When I change the time in the specific "time changer-window" then I close that window and the clock/date hasn't changed.

(time = date)
(I don't want to change all those words ;) )
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sigwhite Jul 25, 2013 @ 7:14am 
If your system date and time is set to keep in sync with an external time server (using NTP), you will probably have to disable that in order for the local changes to last. I'm not sure whether Ubuntu uses a time server by default, but I think it does.
felixfj007 Jul 25, 2013 @ 10:15am 
Originally posted by sigwhite:
If your system date and time is set to keep in sync with an external time server (using NTP), you will probably have to disable that in order for the local changes to last. I'm not sure whether Ubuntu uses a time server by default, but I think it does.
Yes it does.

(just uncheck it.)
hyperlynXXX Jul 26, 2013 @ 11:46am 
I got the achievement on Arch Linux when I set the date back to the last "Bright Moon".
JailDesigner Aug 26, 2013 @ 12:10pm 
it has to be in game or before luanching the game? I'm on OSX

EDIT: I can confirm that changing the date backwards BEFORE launching the game works :) Achievement granted at the menu screen
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neoman4426 Sep 20, 2013 @ 1:18am 
Originally posted by sigwhite:
If your system date and time is set to keep in sync with an external time server (using NTP), you will probably have to disable that in order for the local changes to last. I'm not sure whether Ubuntu uses a time server by default, but I think it does.
I think it may but only at logon or something, for a while mine was having insane drift, on the order of several minutes a day behind if I didn't reboot or manually run the sync. Eventually added it to crontab to run hourly
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