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king_mosiah: I grabbed the specific libs I was missing from another game I got from GOG, and put them in a folder called 'lib' in the game folder. From there, all I had to do was make a new bash script that contained "LD_LIBRARY_PATH=./lib:$LD_LIBRARY_PATH ./UNDERTALE" in the game folder. Everything works fine now.
Yeah, that's what probably everyone does with "libssl.so.1.0.0" and "libcrypto.so.1.0.0" for "Game Maker" games. :-)
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Alm888: Yeah, that's what probably everyone does with "libssl.so.1.0.0" and "libcrypto.so.1.0.0" for "Game Maker" games. :-)
They should really catch up and stop using outdated dependencies.
It's rare that anyone will keep updating their game though.
Post edited June 18, 2017 by king_mosiah
Looks like The Witcher 2 finally got the last piece in Mesa, to avoid the black transitions bug.

See https://bugs.freedesktop.org/show_bug.cgi?id=98238#c19
Post edited June 23, 2017 by shmerl
Hi all !

I’m improving the OS auto-detection system used by ./play.it (used to chose the best default package format).

If you want to help me with that, I would be very interested in the return of the three following commands on different Linux distributions:
grep '^ID=' '/etc/os-release' | cut --delimiter='=' --fields=2
head --lines=1 '/etc/issue' | cut --delimiter=' ' --fields=1 | tr [:upper:] [:lower:]
lsb_release --id --short | tr [:upper:] [:lower:]
Don’t forget to tell me from which distributions you run them ;)
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vv221: Don’t forget to tell me from which distributions you run them ;)
I get "debian" from all 3 commands (Debian testing).
Post edited June 26, 2017 by shmerl
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vv221: Hi all !
on Gentoo
gentoo

gentoo
don't use /etc/issue for this. It is specifically meant to be editable by the user/admin to customize the message displayed at the console login prompt.

//edit
i don't think `lsb_release` is part of the default install
Post edited June 26, 2017 by immi101
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immi101: don't use /etc/issue for this. It is specifically meant to be editable by the user/admin to customize the message displayed at the console login prompt.
Thanks!
I’ve already seen some strange returns with /etc/iusse, now I know why ;)
Hey guys,

Out of curiosity - has any of you been affected by this issue?
https://ctrl.blog/entry/glibc225-unity-black-screen

Btw since I'm here, feel free to ask me Linux + GOG related questions if you have any - I will answer them the best way I can.
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linuxvangog: Hey guys,

Out of curiosity - has any of you been affected by this issue?
https://ctrl.blog/entry/glibc225-unity-black-screen

Btw since I'm here, feel free to ask me Linux + GOG related questions if you have any - I will answer them the best way I can.
Thanks for the headsup, just one question - What's the status on Serious Sam's Bogus Detour? The Linux verion is available only on Steam.
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linuxvangog: Hey guys,

Out of curiosity - has any of you been affected by this issue?
https://ctrl.blog/entry/glibc225-unity-black-screen

Btw since I'm here, feel free to ask me Linux + GOG related questions if you have any - I will answer them the best way I can.
I would like to know when GOG Galaxy will see an actual Linux release.
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linuxvangog: Hey guys,

Out of curiosity - has any of you been affected by this issue?
https://ctrl.blog/entry/glibc225-unity-black-screen

Btw since I'm here, feel free to ask me Linux + GOG related questions if you have any - I will answer them the best way I can.
Strange... I have glibc 2.25 and the 64-bit version of Gone Home runs fine without this fix.

Edit: The 64 bit version of Hatoful Boyfriend works without the fix too.
Post edited June 27, 2017 by king_mosiah
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linuxvangog: Hey guys,

Out of curiosity - has any of you been affected by this issue?
https://ctrl.blog/entry/glibc225-unity-black-screen
Thanks for the pointer! It didn't yet arrive in Debian testing, but it's going to soon enough. At least it's good that using jemalloc helps.

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linuxvangog: Btw since I'm here, feel free to ask me Linux + GOG related questions if you have any - I will answer them the best way I can.
Do you know if Galaxy folks are planning to eventually contribute some documentation, to help with community client for Linux? Right now there is a reverse engineered project already, but official input can be still useful.
Post edited June 27, 2017 by shmerl
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linuxvangog: Out of curiosity - has any of you been affected by this issue?
https://ctrl.blog/entry/glibc225-unity-black-screen
no, 2.25 is still blocked on Gentoo.
but from reading the linked bugzilla entry I expect we'll see this fixed in the next glibc release.

Btw since I'm here, feel free to ask me Linux + GOG related questions if you have any - I will answer them the best way I can.<
have you ever looked into using to a better compression method than the default ZIP one( deflate ) ?
The ZIP format would allow to use bzip2 or lzma as well.
though Mojosetup might require some work to support that.
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linuxvangog: (…)
No demand here, I just wanted to thank the whole Linux team for their good work on GOG games ;)

The GOG packaging is especially pleasing when I’ve been fighting with Humble installers for a while, where I see things like 'shadowrun-dragonfall-linux.tar.gz_2.0.9.zip'…