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Thanks @vv221 and sorry for all the trouble.

I had runned with sudo and without, just to see if it works, but no luck.
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Master_Ninja: Thanks @vv221 and sorry for all the trouble.

I had runned with sudo and without, just to see if it works, but no luck.
With this link you will be able to download a .zip archive with a modified library:
https://framagit.org/vv221/play.it/-/jobs/246692/artifacts/download

Use this library instead of the one provided on ./play.it website, and run the script with the option `--skip-free-space-check`:
./play-vampire-the-masquerade-bloodlines.sh --skip-free-space-check
If you want to manually set up the path used for temporary directories (including installer data extraction, you can do it by setting TMPDIR:
TMPDIR=~/some/directory ./play-vampire-the-masquerade-bloodlines.sh --skip-free-space-check
You are a Genius! It worked with that option of skip the disk space check!

But sadly the 7 gig isn't enough for construct the .deb file as you said, it failed in the middle of the process filling up the disk.

I gonna have to buy another SSD for more space. The Linux partition for game in this Ultrabook have only 25 gigas of space, almost filled because of Photoshop with wine, etc...

Thanks for everything @vv221, I don't know how you guys manage to do this miracles on Linux, I love this operational system.
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Master_Ninja: But sadly the 7 gig isn't enough for construct the .deb file as you said, it failed in the middle of the process filling up the disk.
Before anything else, you should delete the temporary ./play.it directories, that should be in either /tmp/play.it or the directory you specified with TMPDIR. For easier debugging, they are not automaticlly deleted if something failed in the package building process.

Then, there is still something you can try ;)
A couple things actually…

Building compressed packages, so they will take less disk space at the cost of longer building and installation times:
./play-vampire-the-masquerade-bloodlines.sh --skip-free-space-check --compression xz
 
Moving the GOG installer to an external storage like a USB stick, and still run the script from your system, giving it the path to the main installer part:
./play-vampire-the-masquerade-bloodlines.sh --skip-free-space-check /media/usb0/setup_vampire_the_masquerade_-_bloodlines_1.2_\(up_10.0\)_\(22135\).exe
 
Moving the GOG installer to an external storage and run the script from the external storage device, so the final .deb packages will be put on it too. If you do so, make sure to *not* set TMPDIR to some place on your system disk, not the external storage, or you will get issues with file permissions.
Post edited October 24, 2018 by vv221
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Master_Ninja: But sadly the 7 gig isn't enough for construct the .deb file as you said, it failed in the middle of the process filling up the disk.
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vv221: Before anything else, you should delete the temporary ./play.it directories, that should be in either /tmp/play.it or the directory you specified with TMPDIR. For easier debugging, they are not automaticlly deleted if something failed in the package building process.

Then, there is still something you can try ;)
A couple things actually…

Building compressed packages, so they will take less disk space at the cost of longer building and installation times:

./play-vampire-the-masquerade-bloodlines.sh --skip-free-space-check --compression xz
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vv221:  
Moving the GOG installer to an external storage like a USB stick, and still run the script from your system, giving it the path to the main installer part:

./play-vampire-the-masquerade-bloodlines.sh --skip-free-space-check /media/usb0/setup_vampire_the_masquerade_-_bloodlines_1.2_\(up_10.0\)_\(22135\).exe
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vv221:  
Moving the GOG installer to an external storage and run the script from the external storage device, so the final .deb packages will be put on it too. If you do so, make sure to *not* set TMPDIR to some place on your system disk, not the external storage, or you will get issues with file permissions.
Thanks for all the help @vv221, even compacting hasn't enough space. i had tried put only the Gog files on external storage but i got an checksum error.

I will wait till I buy a new SSD, but my sincere thanks for everything! = )