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So Microsoft says they are going to release the Chromium based Edge browser on Linux too. Any bets one of the required dependecies will be Mono?
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Themken: So Microsoft says they are going to release the Chromium based Edge browser on Linux too. Any bets one of the required dependecies will be Mono?
Probably not too different than the other Chromium-based browsers, then again this is Microsoft, expect the unexpected.
Hi,

I run a 10 year old ASUS-Netbook wit MX-Linux. I tried to start Celestian Tales but discovered
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Bienenwolf@mx:~
$ '/home/Bienenwolf/GOG Games/Celestian Tales Old North/start.sh'
Running Celestian Tales: Old North
Set current directory to /home/Bienenwolf/GOG Games/Celestian Tales Old North/game
Found path: /home/Bienenwolf/GOG Games/Celestian Tales Old North/game/CTON Linux.x86
Mono path[0] = '/home/Bienenwolf/GOG Games/Celestian Tales Old North/game/CTON Linux_Data/Managed'
Mono path[1] = '/home/Bienenwolf/GOG Games/Celestian Tales Old North/game/CTON Linux_Data/Mono'
Mono config path = '/home/Bienenwolf/GOG Games/Celestian Tales Old North/game/CTON Linux_Data/Mono/etc'
displaymanager : xrandr version warning. 1.5
displaymanager : trying .X11-unix
client :0 has 1 screens
displaymanager screen (0): 1024 x 600
Using libudev for joystick management


Importing game controller configs
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in the terminal. And then it stops. So I guess the main problem of the game has with the screen resolution. I´ d be glad for any help.
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Alarich9:
Those early netbooks will only give you grief. Lots and lots of games are simply not made for a mere 600p screen and the amount of RAM is crippling low. I strongly suggest getting something better. Even this old one is much better: https://www.willhaben.at/iad/kaufen-und-verkaufen/d/verkaufe-hp-notebook-343294492/ I cannot see any mention of a graphics card but if it has one, any, it should be way above your netbook. If you can afford it, something from 2011 or later would be better though.

There are lots of other models but I wanted to show you quickly something that should cheaply improve your computring experience manyfold (that is with more than 100%).
Post edited November 10, 2019 by Themken
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Themken: So Microsoft says they are going to release the Chromium based Edge browser on Linux too. Any bets one of the required dependecies will be Mono?
The question rather is: Will it be open source? ;)
Who wants to run a binary-only browser from Microsoft on Linux...
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eiii: The question rather is: Will it be open source? ;)
It is based on Chromium, that is open source. That is all I know but I guess it will be as locked in as they dare/can make it.
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Alarich9:
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Themken: Those early netbooks will only give you grief. Lots and lots of games are simply not made for a mere 600p screen and the amount of RAM is crippling low. I strongly suggest getting something better. Even this old one is much better: https://www.willhaben.at/iad/kaufen-und-verkaufen/d/verkaufe-hp-notebook-343294492/ I cannot see any mention of a graphics card but if it has one, any, it should be way above your netbook. If you can afford it, something from 2011 or later would be better though.

There are lots of other models but I wanted to show you quickly something that should cheaply improve your computring experience manyfold (that is with more than 100%).
Well, I was guessing, that my netbook will be a gaming dead end. It´s my first Linux PC so I am quite fond of it, and I am regularly using it for all the email, browsing stuff and upgradet the RAm to two GB. But, at least I know it is not a Linux specific problem but a hardware one.
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Alarich9: I run a 10 year old ASUS-Netbook wit MX-Linux. I tried to start Celestian Tales but discovered [...]
since this game uses the Unity game engine there should be a log file named Player.log, which may have some more information what exactly doesn't work.
The log file is normally located under:
~/.config/unity3d/<DEVELOPER>/<GAME>/Player.log

so for this game i would guess:
~/.config/unity3d/Ekuator Games/Celestian Tales Old North/Player.log

or something similar
One can try making games work on a lesser computer just for fun or if one really cannot afford any better.
Post edited November 11, 2019 by Themken
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Help: Do you have anyone who bought MUT 20 Coins on the GameMS.com website?
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Themken: One can try making games work on a sh..bad computer just for fun or if one really cannot afford any better.
*shrug*
looking at the log file costs you what? 15 seconds ?
I don't see any downside here.
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immi101:
...and you learn something, which I presume was the point of installing Linux on that pc in the first place. I am just allergic to 600p myself, 768p is much better, but not everyone is like me.
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Alarich9: I run a 10 year old ASUS-Netbook wit MX-Linux. I tried to start Celestian Tales but discovered [...]
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immi101: since this game uses the Unity game engine there should be a log file named Player.log, which may have some more information what exactly doesn't work.
The log file is normally located under:
~/.config/unity3d/<DEVELOPER>/<GAME>/Player.log

so for this game i would guess:
~/.config/unity3d/Ekuator Games/Celestian Tales Old North/Player.log

or something similar
I manually searched the game folders and I used the catfish, but couldn´t find neither a single "Player.log"-Data, nor a folder named "Eukator Games". There are files names unity but the same named folder has no such Player.log.
I have no clue why.

But thanks anyway.