One day I (Kary) was so bored, that I've decided to create a mod. Then the next day I've found a person on the Internet, a person who was bored even more then me (ELjano), and he wanted to help me with it... Your name is "Franta Novák" and you are working in a of nuclear waste storage facility. But your boss has little regard for the law and makes you spill the nuclear waste into the forest. After some time strange creatures will appear and you must save yourself.
This is the same as Blbej Den - Final, but its packed in a zip archive instead of an .exe installer and it also contains libraries for Linux version of Half-Life (It has the libs for Windows too). This is the English version.
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To install, just unpack the archive to you Half-Life directory (where hl.sh or hl.exe is located). After starting/restarting Steam, Blbej Den will show up in your library among your other games.
You can find the location of your Half-Life directory on Steam - in your library right click on "Half-Life" and select "Properties->LOCAL FILES->BROWSE LOCAL FILES", that will open the Half-Life directory in a file manager. The standart path on Windows is "C:\Program Files\Steam\steamapps\common\Half-Life", on Linux it depends on your distribution, on my Arch Linux installation it is: ~/.local/share/Steam/steamapps/common/Half-Life/ .
It looks better on Linux than on Windows as the Linux libraries are taking advantage of SDL2.
The server library for Linux (dlls/spirit.so) is the original Spirit of Half-Life 1.2 code implemented into the hlsdk 2.3 (with a few changes in order to make it work...). The client (cl_dlls/client.so) is build from unchanged hlsdk-master code as I was unable to make the client library work properly with the spirit code (or more precisely - unwilling to sort through that undocumented trash).
Initially I wanted to release the Linux libs separately to be used in order to make any SoHL 1.2 based mod work on Linux. But since I did make some changes and I didn't build the client library with the spirit code at all, I'm not sure about how compatible the libs will be with other mods (though I think most Singleplayer mods based on spirit 1.2 should work fine with these libs). I did play through Blbej Den on Linux without an issue (though Blbej Den is only taking advantage of a few of the spirit features...)
Fell free to test the Linux libs with other SoHL 1.2 based mods (just modify their liblist.gam and copy over the dlls/spirit.so and cl_dlls/client.so), you can also reupload the libs separately wherever you want. I just didn't want to do it as I'm not sure about compatibility with other mods and I don't have the time to test it with them.