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Desura/Desurium Open Source Direction

Desura/Desurium Open Source Direction

2 years ago Desura 4 comments

How we plan to improve the Desura client and provide capabilities to game developers through the open source project.

An Interview With Desurium Contributors

An Interview With Desurium Contributors

3 years ago Linux Gamers 5 comments

Recently, I published an interview with several key Desurium contributors (including the original client's lead developer and DesuraNET's managing director...

Desurium 0.8 RC3 Call For Testing!

Desurium 0.8 RC3 Call For Testing!

3 years ago Linux Gamers 14 comments

Last month saw the 0.8 branch of Desurium receive final polishes after entering a "feature freeze". We are on our third Release Candidate and are seeking...

0.8.0_rc2 is out

0.8.0_rc2 is out

3 years ago News 0 comments

The second pre-release of the Linux targeting 0.8 milestone

Desurium Community Group

Desurium Community Group

3 years ago News 5 comments

Ten months ago, the source code for the Desura client was released under the GNU Public Licence under the name "Desurium". Since then, our small team...

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Seeln Sep 2 2013 says:

I'd be great to see some more activity in this group.

Updates on Desurium would be a very nice thing :]

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Mr.Boat Apr 24 2013 says:

Hello Desurium community members, I've a question about this project:

What should I use Desurium client insted of the official Desura one?

Is it because all that RSM speech about free source or there is another explanation?

Thanks, I'm a noob about this kind of things ><

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anagromataf Creator
anagromataf Apr 24 2013 replied:

Desurium and Desura have a connection just like Chromium and Chrome. the difference is that Desura is a branded binary with an auto updater. Desura also receives official support. Desurium is more up to date and is what will be in distribution repositories. So if you use Linux you should use Desurium.

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uogames Jan 20 2013 says:

Hi there guys, I'm Blaise Kinyua of University of Games... A new games development co. from Nairobi Kenya. We have just released the demo version of of first Android game. Go to to download the .apk file or you can play online. Give us enough feedback for the full version coming mid February.

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Cheeseness Apr 16 2013 replied:

This might not be the best place to touch base with prospective players (this group is for developers, etc. of the open source Desura client rather than a group of gamers specifically).

Best of luck with your project.

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null. Jan 11 2013 says:

I'm currently in a good mood, so while it lasts I want to thank the whole Desurium team and its contributors. You're doing a phenomenal job and I'm very thankful for that.

And with this morale boost, let the world know that you're better than that steam-ing pile of hot air!

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Krod Dec 4 2012 says:

Sometimes the client crash without error information on the console. How do I get more verbose debug information?

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anagromataf Creator
anagromataf Dec 9 2012 replied:

you can pass some options to cmake via -D<option>[=<value>]
Debug is off by default
DEBUG OFF will add debug symbols and other
DEBUG_EXTERNAL OFF same as DEBUG, but for externap deps
could be set as on
also gdb may be a good tool

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Krod Dec 3 2012 says:

Fantastic work. Compiled version git on Debian testing (Wheezy / 64-bit) and run very smooth, just a few crashes, but I'll check. Finally video player works, not too difficult to build, support for 32-bit games ok and the logo Desurium is very beautiful. This logo could be the official logo of Desura, it is much more notable logo. Thank you Desurium team.

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hardpenguin Nov 19 2012 says:

Can I make a request?

Make it compatible with a little outdated already distros, like Debian 6. Debian 7 is gonna be released in first or second quarter of 2013 so some guys will still use Debian 6 on their desktops.

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makson96 Nov 21 2012 replied:

The source should build on Debian 6. If it doesn't feel free to post Issue on GitHub page.

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