There's a good reason for hl1 mods : Counterstrike 1.6 is better than all the follow-ups, and my 7600GT with driver 304.84 won't run any Source game. Sadly no one plays the original DoD.
Originally Posted by d2kx
btw it looks like I have to rebuild the nvidia kernel module again even though I had passed on the last kernel update. or my card is dying I don't know. I don't have the money yet to buy a geforce 610.
Another problem is I made the mistake to buy the hl1 mods on a separate account, this could be useful but to switch account you have to fully enter name and password ; to have the option to choose account on startup the last used account name is written in the field already but you have to enter password. No remembering the password, as when you just use a single account.
I would like to click account one, or account two, then click "login" and be done but Valve makes it painful.
I don't even touch my first account where there are a few games I've never played (Penumbra etc., Steel Storm) but no Counterstrike, if I want to rid of the hassle I'm forced to buy Counterstrike 1 again, but I don't want to do that at full price (10 euros). I don't know when it will be at 3.x euros again. So in the end I very rarely launch Steam.
Last edited by grok; 05-12-2013 at 04:08 PM.
So ask Valve to merge the 2 accounts. If you can display that you own both and both are tied to the same charge card then it should be a non issue.
Originally Posted by grok
Anyone know if we'll ever be able to Black Mesa (Source)?? The mod uses the Source SDK 2007 fyi... That's the one game I am really hoping for!! (Especially since I'm still playing it through on Windows). Btw it's not playable under Wine on either of my systems (loads of stuttering)...
A bit of a long shot I guess...
Worst thing ever.. for my productivity
My productivity has dropped by more than 80% since hl2 hit on steam4linux.
The forced rebooting in windows kept me from playing too many games... and now my productivity's gone
On a positive note, these ports are awesome: graphics are on par with windows (triple-head does not work, but that's just nitpicking), saves sync crossplatform and no more freakin' rebooting (ever!).
I hope they release a Steam static binary with all dependencies included, that would make things extremely simple for non-Ubuntu users.
Originally Posted by Grogan
not sure but he's probably referring to dualbooting
Originally Posted by startzz
No it's not, Source is their game engine which made cross-platform three years after the Windows release. From OS X to Linux is just a small jump. Now that Source is on Linux, the SDK will be soon too including Black Mesa.
Originally Posted by bobwya
Haven't had a problem on nvidia. It's funny how I used to champion amd so heavily, and still do when it comes to CPUs as far as performance and cost go, but experience has taught me that if I want the best gaming experience and don't want driver support pulled out from underneith me after a couple years, I should go with nvidia over amd.
Originally Posted by bawkbawkboo1
If you're on Windows, you'll face the same problem, just not as severely, but amd said fuck you Linux users by that move so I'll stick with nvidia.
Last edited by Yfrwlf; 05-17-2013 at 12:39 PM.