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  1. Building eduke32 (Linux)

    03 February 2010 - 01:49 PM

    What's up guys. I'm kinda new to Linux in many ways, this being one of them.

    I just recently bought Duke Nukem 3D off GoG. It's was only 6 bucks, so I thought why not? I tried to play it and got nothing but errors. I installed the game in wine, and I tried to download eduke32 to get it to work. I started the game up about 50 times and it was always the same, black screen, loud sound effects, can't move your mouse cursor, you know, stupid crap.

    I come to find out that for me to play this game I need to actually build and compile the source codes? Then I can run it fine. The problem is I don't have a freaking clue on how to do that. I think me doing this alone is making it more difficult then it already is. I uninstalled the game, and reinstalled it, deleted all the source codes, and the eduke32 files to start from scratch.

    If anyone has any idea, please enlighten me on what in the name of god I'm supposed to be doing. An in-depth step-by-step tutorial would be fantastic if possible.

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