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We're working on getting YHTNTEP up here ASAP. Stay tuned. -- Nicholas @ Gaslamp
It will run with the Mac version too, but you have to move the expansion/ folder *inside* the .app
mv Expansion "Dungeons of Dredmor.app/Contents/MacOS"
style. Ah, .app files, bane of my life. -- N. @Gaslamp
Fixing this now.
-- N. @ Gaslamp
This seems to be an issue with the software OpenAL we're using. In that case - yeah, just remove it and let the system use its own OpenAL if it has one.
Linux Audio drivers! Yay! -- N.
We didn't do it, oddly. I'm guessing Desura did, although I don't know why the Linux x64 build broke in the first place. As I said, this is now getting fixed in about the next hour.
I'm sorting this out now. I'm guessing that Desura rolled it back automatically, or something; a lot of strange stuff has been happening with the Linux builds.
1.0.9B is now up, which should fix backwards-compatibility issues with 1.0.8, as well as the recent bout of save corruption. Sorry for the inconvenience.
(1.0.6, though? That's... well, it's worth a shot.)
We didn't send them 1.0.8. Instead, somebody - we don't know if it was the Humble Bundle or Desura - put up the Humble Bundle build.
Suffice it to say, we're annoyed, and will send some e-mails. In the mean time, thanks for putting up with us - now that we've sorted our patching process out a bit, you folks will be getting 1.0.9 on Monday or Tuesday at the same time as the Steam folks.
-- Nicholas @ Gaslamp
As soon as the exclusivity period is up, we'll be posting things here.
As noted above, this is specific to the Linux port (and, I think, 64-bit Linux.) We should have something for you shortly.
We had a lot of trouble getting a sufficient pool of Linux beta testers to get more comprehensive coverage through our on-going beta program. Now that we are on Desura, we will probably start pushing beta builds through it as well for the Linux folks. New platforms have always been a bit bumpy for us!
There is a crash that is happening specifically in the Linux version; we will have a hotfix up as soon as we can. I'm guessing Monday, as I'm waiting for instructions from Desura about how their patch process actually works. :)
(FWIW, only 64-bit Linux users seem to be reporting this. Puzzling!)
When you say "won't log in", can you be more specific? Is this Desura blowing up, or us?