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No worries, I dual boot Windows so I'm sure I can play it there. If you want to know the status of GL support in the open drivers, there's a handy file maintained by the devs here:
Maybe if you get in contact with them they'll be willing to help (or at least discuss the possibility of supporting the extensions you need).
An AMD HD6450, using the open source driver (r600g). I've got a more recent version of the drivers than the default 12.04 provided by the "LTS Enablement stack" in Ubuntu (https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Kernel/LTSEnablementStack).
I used the .deb provided via Desura, but all I get is a black maximised window with the music playing. I'm on Ubuntu 12.04.3 64-bit and already appear to have libwx installed as well as libicu. Any ideas?
Had the same problem on level 1 but was able to finish the turorial fine. I'm on Ubuntu 12.04, 64-bit.
I wish I had known about this 6 months ago :(
For anybody interested in this game, I recommend checking out rtcwcoop, a project that adds online co-op to this game.
Playing the game on Ubuntu 12.04, 64-bit and it crashes on the first level. There's 2 missile launchers and a plane dropping bombs, jumping across the gap immediately after that missile launchers and the game just crashes.
The terminal output at this point says:
home/ryan/.desura/games/commando/desura_launch_Play.sh: line 21: 7782 Floating point exception(core dumped) LD_LIBRARY_PATH=$LD_LIBRARY_PATH:$LIB_PATH $BIN_PATH $ARGS $@
Cheers for the reply! The only thing I'd suggest is to create a license.txt file stating that or similar to help make it clear, in case anyone gets the wrong idea from Google Code stating GPLv3.
Also, here's the reddit link:
I've posted your game on the open source/free software games reddit, however, would it be possible to make the license clearer, even if it's just to state it here? I noticed the Google Code page says GPLv3, is this correct? And is there a different license for the artwork?
Will you add the Linux version to Desura?
If people want a working client, they should look into source ports of the game engine to try, spread the word or to help out. ioWolf:ET for example could really do with some love, and would be great in helping get this game working with no issues on Linux, and Xreal is a very promising project too.