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selse 17 Kwi, 2013 - 23:08
Why the hell isn't Doom avaliable on Linux?
DOSBox is avaliable for Linux. Source ports are avaliable for Linux. Where can I rage about this? Anyone knows if any DOSBox games are already on Steam for Linux?
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jeffpiatt 6 Maj, 2013 - 20:48 
it is the source code pack that ID open sourced was the Linux Doom code base because the windows and mac ports used an closed source sound library. Steam does not have the rights to sell linux doom right now id does the dosbox packaging.
madhi19 18 Lip, 2014 - 13:45 
Actually there loads of Dosbox, Scummvm and Wine Wrappers game on Steam for Linux. Some of them seriously suck so be careful what you wish for. But really all I want is a legit way of getting the WAD's for something like ZDOOM. In fact they should totally sell the classic doom wrapped around one of the source port.
Summer MonsteR 8 Gru, 2014 - 18:43 
i mean if you have the wads you can choose a free client (source port). there are at least 30 clients for linux. to find the right client is only important if you get deeper and play custom wads.
Misterious MR serious 7 Kwi - 10:54 
Hi,
I talked Bethesda of the problem that Doom 1,2,3 and quake that have official Linux versions since a long time ago aren't available on steam for Linux. An employee answered me and said he has talked about it to his manager, but I'd better contact Steam also. Ps : Quake 4 also Mac support but not on Steam.
If we want a Linux support for those games that already has one (but not on Steam) everybody should write to Bethesda and Steam support. Here is the Bethesda mail : "ESO English Support" <ESO_Help@helpmail.elderscrollsonline.com>
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