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  1. I just finished an Ubuntu-Install (Budgie 18.04 dev) on my new Thinkpad E480. Browsing Gnome Software>Games I spotted DarkRadiant – cool thing it's in the repo (didn't check version though). As you might have guessed the Laptop comes with Win 10 preinstalled and there was no way to opt out. It's really astonishing what a major crap load of insane bullshit this has become. Home edition of course. Cortana: it's missing a single button to reliably disable Cortana.Bloatware: Why do I need an additional antivirus App, when Windos Defender is there anyway?Bloatware: X-Box-Crap all over the pl
  2. Funny. I also hopped into Dark Forces for the first time, just a few days ago. Can't remember what gave me the Idea, maybe the humble bundle... (I remember seeing the advertising). While I spent much time on Jedi Outcast and Academy when those were new, I did a godmode run through Dark Forces II: Jedi Knight and tried the DF Demo only biefly back then. No lightsabers... Technically Dark Forces is interesting. It's a Doom-Clone (no licensing, engine built from scratch, afaik) with a few enhancements: the player can jump (and it feels somehow thief-like) and it seems they found a way to s
  3. Some redlettermedia guys did a not so friendly review. Enjoyed watching it. Thief comparison ftw.
  4. http://youtu.be/4TFPQqo7qVw ...will he ever leave his programmer cave after this?
  5. The later part is likely frum Quake Done Quick With A Vengence: see https://archive.org/details/QDQWAV or, in a more recent rendering with hd and stuff http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i_3WyzcdEx0
  6. Stumbled on this one: They call it the Linux Action Show. I don't think the guy actually played TDM.
  7. The Phoronix guy seems to be knee deep into it right now... It is mentioned you can use Gnome Shell outside the Steam client. Phoronix also reports there is a customized compositor that is based on xcompmgr. I don't get how this is supposed to get along with having Gnome Shell at the same time. Doesn't Gnome Shell depend on Mutter or whatever it was called? Anyhow, the OS is based on Debian, which is a good thing. Good for Debian and therefore it will benefit the future of mankind in broader terms. I like it how completely uncool (meaning conservative) Valve is about the latest flame wars:
  8. There is no native Rift support in D3 BFG. Carmack's initial hack only works with the early prototype, not the developer kit. Community efforts to add support seem to be happening, there is a fork and a thread. I guess it's going to happen once more interested developers get their hardware. Then: copypasta => win!
  9. Windowed mode is possible in Linux. You can type r_fullscreen 0 in TDM's console, but it needs a vid_restart to take effect. Console needs to be open or the mouse is confined to the game window. It may be possible (but I am to lazy to try it) to bind those commands to keys in the Darkmod.cfg. Something like [button x] does r_fullscreen 0 vid_restart [button y] does r_fullscreen 1 vid_restart to bring you back. But srsly: Checking mail while playing TDM doesn't really add to the gameplay experience.
  10. Voted "immune" like in "really really minimal damage". I'm with the Quake 1 / Thief crowd -- normal weapons should send them to sleep after a while, blowing them up (or HWA) resolves their contradictio-in-adjecto life-style (death-style) for good. Also, T2X did an awesome job here (though I didn't like the vomiting). You could cut a zombie's limbs off with the sword. Without the head and the arms it no longer posed a threat.
  11. The two-bathrooms-with-opposing-mirrors-problem comes to mind. See this thread, esp. p. 2.
  12. Try "front:CARD=PCH,DEV=0" for your front speakers.
  13. Nice thinking, but it doesn't translate well. Full dynamic lighting would require to separate the real from the "mirrored" area via a invisible light-blocking material AND duplicate all the light sources. How would one duplicate a torch that's hit by a water arrow? Moving a lit candle? -- Don't even think about it. But from what I remember from playing with mirrors (in D3) a few years ago, it is non the less a very good idea to keep the "mirrored" space clear of any geometry. It tends to confuse the engine. Mirrors in Doom are error prone. You could look it up in modwiki.net if it still w
  14. The latest issue of german magazine c't features the Rift in a nice, informative article. The editors were among the first in Europe to receive their dev-kit, so they can report from a few days hands-on experience. According to the article Oculus plans to ship a second, improved development kit in Q3 2013 with the consumer version following a year later. There's also a concept I didn't see before: It illustrates a possible consumer version with a pair of cameras. This would open up the possibility to "see through" to the real world. Source says "Oculus", so that's where the picture is fro
  15. Slowly failing to restrain my curiosity... Does this NewDark thingy work on Win7? 64bit? Or even Linux? Multicore? Should I try it?
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