You've patched in to the enemy's security system: get ready to make your plan. Frozen Synapse is the ultimate strategy game: you have full control over your strike team, directing their every movement. At the same time, your opponent is plotting to defeat you. Plan your moves, then hit the "Execute" button: both you and your enemy's turns are executed simultaneously. Bite-size, hardcore strategy with a striking sci-fi aesthetic.
|No audio: Fedora x64||Locked|
|Feb 26 2012 Anchor|
On my F16 x86-64 a manually installed older version of Frozen Synapse worked, but on Desura the latest version needed installing 32-bit SDL on the system and sound doesn't work. 32-bit openal is installed and sound was OK with the non-Desura installation, so where do I need to put a link to the system's openal library?
It's openal I need to fix, right?
Libs do not seem to be all right with the Desura version.
Solved: a symlink in the game's main directory desura/common/frozen-synapse
|Mar 29 2012 Anchor|
The same fix worked for me on Debian unstable x86-64, except the link is libopenal.so -> /usr/lib32/libopenal.so.1
Only registered members can share their thoughts. So come on! Join the community today (totally free - or sign in with your social account on the right) and join in the conversation.