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Linux version?
I already own the windows version and mac is supported, why is there no love for linux users?
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It's the thing that the developer have to port the game to that OS and only hope that
poeple will play it...
There is currently a GNU/Linux version available on the Humble Bundle website. Hopefully it will ba daaed to Steam too!
0gb.us tarafından gönderilen ileti:
There is currently a GNU/Linux version available on the Humble Bundle website. Hopefully it will ba daaed to Steam too!
Yeah, I just bought game on HiB and that next-next-next installer really scared me :D

Steam version would be nice.
The installer scared you? That kind of installer is just to bypass the GNU/Linux packaging issue. Different GNU/Linux distributions use different package formats. It's nuts! The installers allow you to install the software on any GNU/Linux distribution, regardless of what package manager you use.
I too want to see the Linux version available on Steam.
+1, this is in the Humble! xD
0gb.us tarafından gönderilen ileti:
The installer scared you? That kind of installer is just to bypass the GNU/Linux packaging issue. Different GNU/Linux distributions use different package formats. It's nuts! The installers allow you to install the software on any GNU/Linux distribution, regardless of what package manager you use.
Ok, ok, that was a joke. I expected zip (or tarball) needed to be extracted and all "installing" will be done like that. Having something so windows-like, I couldn't miss the chance ;-)

But this installer, in fact, does more. It added record to pacman (not exactly most well-known package manager in linux world) with complete filelist and everything one would expect, so game can be uinstalled normally. Pretty impressive.
En son kozec tarafından düzenlendi; 5 Tem 2013 @ 12:53am
I read the first bit of the installer script too. It has some sort of exeption for FreeBSD. Meaning the game might install on BSD, or at least FreeBSD. I don't feel like installin BSD to test this theory (Most BSD varients don't even come with a desktop, and PC-BSD (which does) won't install on my computer for some reason), but it shows that Two Tribes is trying to make this work on several systems.
En son 0gb.us tarafından düzenlendi; 6 Tem 2013 @ 11:09am
0gb.us tarafından gönderilen ileti:
but it shows that Two Tribes is trying to make this work on several systems.
Actually, as I learned recently, Nixstaller[nixstaller.sourceforge.net] is not directly created by Two Tribes, so it may support more platforms that game itself.
@TwoTribesGames has announced on Twitter that they're discussing a Steam Linux port: https://twitter.com/TwoTribesGames/status/353077681245519872
This game is awesome, since they just release Toki Tori I think it´s very possible, it would be very nice! +1 for Linux!
kozec tarafından gönderilen ileti:
0gb.us tarafından gönderilen ileti:
The installer scared you? That kind of installer is just to bypass the GNU/Linux packaging issue. Different GNU/Linux distributions use different package formats. It's nuts! The installers allow you to install the software on any GNU/Linux distribution, regardless of what package manager you use.
Ok, ok, that was a joke. I expected zip (or tarball) needed to be extracted and all "installing" will be done like that. Having something so windows-like, I couldn't miss the chance ;-)

But this installer, in fact, does more. It added record to pacman (not exactly most well-known package manager in linux world) with complete filelist and everything one would expect, so game can be uinstalled normally. Pretty impressive.

Better installers are nice. but personally I hope games start coming "pre-packaged"
with all their dependances, for long term compatibilitys sake.

En son DeadWire tarafından düzenlendi; 19 Tem 2013 @ 4:46am
The Linux version is live now. Enjoy!
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