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  • #46
    Originally posted by KohlyKohl View Post
    It states right in the description on the humble site that it is the first Unity game for Linux.
    As the other comments in this thread will attest, there's a lot of ignorance and/or denial over the topic of Unity3D->Mono

    Me, I just want to make sure every hard-line anti-Mono fanatic is fully aware that Unity3D is closed off to them on their moral grounds.

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    • #47
      Originally posted by directhex View Post
      Me, I just want to make sure every hard-line anti-Mono fanatic is fully aware that Unity3D is closed off to them on their moral grounds.
      Because opinions can never change.

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      • #48
        Torchlite failed to install in Debian stable

        I have Glib 2.11 need Glib 2.12 Damn!! Last time I stayed up until 3:00Am trying to compile a newer version of Glib from source I hosed up my computer and had to do a clean install. Why oh why didn't I learn Linux when my brain was still working better. Instead I grew fat, lazy and old, lulled to sleep by the Satanic Eugenics supporting windowz.

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        • #49
          You can always use a version of Linux where these things are done for you and you just... use it, instead of fixing and upgrading it all the time for modern tech.

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          • #50
            Originally posted by cliff View Post
            I have Glib 2.11 need Glib 2.12 Damn!! Last time I stayed up until 3:00Am trying to compile a newer version of Glib from source I hosed up my computer and had to do a clean install. Why oh why didn't I learn Linux when my brain was still working better. Instead I grew fat, lazy and old, lulled to sleep by the Satanic Eugenics supporting windowz.
            Huh? Your subject line says you are running Debian Stable, yet the version of glib in Debian stable is 2.24 (http://packages.debian.org/squeeze/libglib2.0-0). May I suggest that you're no longer running Debian Stable any more, and may need to do a dist-upgrade?

            EDIT: Whoops, my mistake. You're referring to the glibc version, which is version 2.11 in Debian stable. Well, you can always use apt pinning and install the libc6 packages from testing.
            Last edited by DeeK; 09-20-2012, 04:21 AM.

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            • #51
              Anyone got Rochard to work with r600g (Radeon HD 4850, Mesa 8.0.x)?

              I just happen to end up with a black window and no warning or error message.

              (Edit: The 64-bit version.)
              Last edited by entropy; 09-20-2012, 05:03 AM.

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              • #52
                Originally posted by cliff View Post
                I have Glib 2.11 need Glib 2.12 Damn!! Last time I stayed up until 3:00Am trying to compile a newer version of Glib from source I hosed up my computer and had to do a clean install. Why oh why didn't I learn Linux when my brain was still working better. Instead I grew fat, lazy and old, lulled to sleep by the Satanic Eugenics supporting windowz.
                Debian stable is not fit at all for a desktop computer. If you're not too rusty yet you could try to get used to Gentoo, the stable branch is rock solid and it's also pretty up to date. For example glibc is at version 2.15.

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                • #53
                  Originally posted by Ansla View Post
                  Debian stable is not fit at all for a desktop computer. If you're not too rusty yet you could try to get used to Gentoo, the stable branch is rock solid and it's also pretty up to date. For example glibc is at version 2.15.
                  Debian not fit for a desktop computer?

                  I've been using Debian for over 10 years now, I've used it on all my home PCs, I've used it on my servers, I've used it on my HP Touchpad Tablet (PreWare chroot), and I've used it on my netbook.. Not once did I ever think any other distro would have been better.

                  Don't make flamebait.

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                  • #54
                    I didn't say Debian is not fit for desktop, I said Debian stable, care to argue that the "stable" branch is fit for desktop?
                    Last edited by Ansla; 09-20-2012, 07:50 AM. Reason: typo

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                    • #55
                      Originally posted by narciso View Post
                      Which is a no no regarding performance vs windows. Just like Bastion game.
                      Without wanting I think you're right: Just like Bastion game means that you should use good video drivers to run right (see here for details). Please wait that your upstream drivers get better. Or if you want to play it today and to run fast, buy an Ivy Bridge CPU and use it to play the game.
                      Unity games look cool and I'm really glad that Humble Bundle include high quality games!

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                      • #56
                        Haha, I love how a report on how Torchlight was ported badly (not built to require an older libc, exactly to run on more distro releases) turned into dissing Debian.

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