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Antza2Date: Thursday, 03.07.2014, 21:00 | Message # 46
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AdamHamburglar, try deleting the cache and maybe switch to a good linux distribution (Linux Mint for example).




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midtskogenDate: Friday, 04.07.2014, 10:38 | Message # 47
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Only when I quit the program my screen is freezing (you still see the main menu but it wont disappear) and my MATE desktop background is gone, all windows leave their traces on the desktop... have to logoff and login.

I've seen Windows applications run in Wine mess up my desktop a few times (not with SE, though). In those cases I've worked around it by running the application within a virtual desktop. See the Wine FAQ.





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TempestDate: Wednesday, 09.07.2014, 14:16 | Message # 48
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Would like to ask if a Linux version is coming soon, and would love to put my hand up for testing/debugging

Edited by Tempest - Wednesday, 09.07.2014, 14:32
 
Zaddy23Date: Wednesday, 09.07.2014, 15:16 | Message # 49
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Aw bugger, it broke, SE no longer works under wine since the latest update sad




Along with fezes and bowties, brown dwarves are cool.

Edited by Zaddy23 - Thursday, 01.01.2015, 10:32
 
Billy_MayesDate: Wednesday, 09.07.2014, 19:33 | Message # 50
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Immediate Goals

$25 000 - Linux support

Native support for Linux


Linux support is the next thing planned, when SpaceEngineer gets $25 000 in donations. I've heard of people using Wine to play SE though.





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itchy8meDate: Sunday, 08.11.2015, 14:15 | Message # 51
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Quote Billy_Mayes ()
Linux support is the next thing planned, when SpaceEngineer gets $25 000 in donations. I've heard of people using Wine to play SE though.


Hasn't it already long passed that?
 
HarbingerDawnDate: Sunday, 08.11.2015, 16:17 | Message # 52
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Hasn't it already long passed that?

Yes, but it will still take time to port it, and there are other things that need to be done first.





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DoctorOfSpaceDate: Sunday, 08.11.2015, 16:25 | Message # 53
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Hasn't it already long passed that?


Everything in the $15,000 list comes before Linux. I have color coded it for you, green is done, yellow is partially done, and red is not done.

Supporting Oculus Rift, 3D displays, multi-monitor setup
Joystick and gamepad support
Ambient music and sound effects
Expanded catalogs of known astronomical objects (Tycho-2, SDSS, ...)
Deferred shading pipeline
3D water, clouds and rings
Procedural nebula and galaxy models
NVidia SLI and AMD CrossFireX support
Particle effects: accretion and protoplanetary disks, weather effects, volcanoes, ship engines exhaust
Enhanced scripting system and visual path editor for creating interactive educational tours
Spherical mirror projection for home planetariums





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SpaceEngineerDate: Sunday, 08.11.2015, 21:17 | Message # 54
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Yeah, too much work for a single programmer... And not enough money to hire more programmers.




 
pkdt63Date: Thursday, 02.06.2016, 08:50 | Message # 55
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Just a remark,
If you go to opensourcing your code you will get thousand of programmers to help you.
The most evident example is LINUX by itself.
Was just a remark of my own. Don't know what other people think about it.
Patrick
 
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