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Eduke32 launchers not Working on mac

User is offline   def13391 

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So i downloaded the Eduke32 launchers from the site with Duke it out in dc, Dukeplus, and DNF2013, i tried to launch dukeplus and then this showed up. (IMAGE DELETED BECAUSE PUUSH WAS FULL)


I don't know what's causing this, How do i fix it?

This post has been edited by def13391: 21 July 2017 - 11:58 AM

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User is online   Hendricks266 

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Do you have a case-sensitive file system? The file inside the app bundle may be "eduke32".
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View PostHendricks266, on 18 May 2017 - 07:33 PM, said:

Do you have a case-sensitive file system? The file inside the app bundle may be "eduke32".

I don't have a bloody clue of what your talking about
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Case sensitivity in file systems: you have a file named "whatever.txt". A program tries to open "whatever.txt" for reading. This works. On a case-sensitive system, if the file is "Whatever.txt" or "WHATEVER.TXT" (hi MS-DOS!), the attempt to open "whatever.txt" will fail.

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View PostKawa, on 20 May 2017 - 12:35 PM, said:

Case sensitivity in file systems: you have a file named "whatever.txt". A program tries to open "whatever.txt" for reading. This works. On a case-sensitive system, if the file is "Whatever.txt" or "WHATEVER.TXT" (hi MS-DOS!), the attempt to open "whatever.txt" will fail.

I don't Have a case sensitive file system
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