Posts Tagged ‘Gaming’

I just bought Deus Ex: Human Revolution, and if you did too, or are contemplating it, don’t let the bad rating on WineHQ scare you off – it runs near perfectly. Now, the in-game tutorials are a bit wonky, but if you can live without those (I know I didn’t have much of a problem […]

Yeah, so here we go, my third issue with the Linux port of Shadowgrounds… anyway, it turned out to not be that difficult to fix. Shadowgrounds only really plays well with OSS, so you should run it through aoss, but that won’t work in 64 bit. So here’s the solution: First, install alsa-oss (sudo apt-get […]

Okay, annoyed with the choppiness of EVE in Cedega (the official “client” on Linux) I set out to get EVE running in Wine. The instructions for setting it up are on the EVE forum, but the thread is 60 pages long, so I’ve added it as steps here instead (for Debianish systems (Debian, Ubuntu, Mint, […]

EVE Icons


Well, turns out I’m not really a fan of the Windows icons for EVE either, so I set about finding a replacement icon, and what’d’you’know – there aren’t really any (please correct me, and direct me, if I’m wrong). So I made my own. I made two simple versions of the Trinity logo, and I […]

I’ve just begun my venture into the world of EVE Online and find it quite intriguing. However, since the “port” to Linux was poorly done by Transgaming I was having quite some problems with parts of the game, namely it’s locking of the soundcard and it’s often crashing. Here is a (rather hold-in-hand style, sorry […]