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Post by CHIRAC on 22nd June 2013, 05:45

hello,
i  ve installed Linux (ubuntu)  with dual boot  with windows 7 on my computer. It  works perfectly.
Now i try to run turok with linux. i ve download "wine" but i dont know how to do. Sebas told me i have to  run some turok 2 .dll with wine. But i dont know how to do....
Not sure that someone can help me with linux
(i know that linux isnt popular but its very good  and a good alternativ to windows, then it s free lol.)
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Re: Turok2 and Linux

Post by azface on 22nd June 2013, 13:51

Would probably be a question for Digger. Perhaps he'll pick up on thread.
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Re: Turok2 and Linux

Post by Assdigger on 24th June 2013, 09:59

Wow thats really nice of you azz^^ recommending me..

I made some research and found out that there is no .dll file you have to chose...

Turok multiplayer has no installer file so the best you can do is:

copy the turok files on a directory in your linux partition..

then go command line

cd (turok file directory)

wine turok2.exe

it should be very simple...
Two things you HAVE to keep in mind that you may NEVER install wine on the
windows directory itself AND do not try to run programms from the windows directories..

it may cripple those programms or even the whole windows installation...
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Re: Turok2 and Linux

Post by CHIRAC on 24th June 2013, 14:10

ok thx for infos i ll try it!
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Re: Turok2 and Linux

Post by azface on 24th June 2013, 17:10

Glad to be of cervix!Very Happy
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Re: Turok2 and Linux

Post by CHIRAC on 25th June 2013, 20:02

ok
i run wine  in windows xp mod,
then i add turok2mp.exe, gspylite.exe,... 
when i run turok gamespy  windows open but i got a failed message:
"unable to get ping handle"
so i can't see servers ....
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Re: Turok2 and Linux

Post by Assdigger on 25th June 2013, 21:06

hmmm ... yeah gamespy needs unlimited internet connectivity.. i don´t know how to fix it now...maybe you could google on how to give wine full network permissions....

I´ll let you know when i´ve found something
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Re: Turok2 and Linux

Post by Davis on 25th June 2013, 21:12

There is another option if you want to run Turok on linux.
You can install a virtualbox with windows and copy Turok there.

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Re: Turok2 and Linux

Post by Assdigger on 4th May 2014, 20:09

Okay funny shit, I actually installed SUSE linux and I was right. Starting the game directly does not work.
Use the command cosole, go to the directory which contains the game, and start turok with wine turok2mp.exe

The ping handle is because of the lack of permissions to write files (which are done by the ping shit) so all you have to do is use SUDO or SU before you open the game and itll work. Ill now try to join a server^^
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Re: Turok2 and Linux

Post by i3atur8rainz on 7th May 2014, 01:06

im also running xubuntu 14.04lts and experiencing the same issues.
ive tried modifying the exe to allow read/write privileges. but that was a no-go. still have the same ping bullshit....
Avenger is another former player that has been using Linux since day 1. he might even be able to instruct us on how to properly run a server in Linux as well

but no progress thus far. Ubuntu has a tenancy to be buggy with wifi. but it can also be my router.

oh btw i went and obtained PlayOnLinux and its a front end for Wine. its nice, but still doesnt solve the online multiplayer issue with T2 lol. thought id share that little tidbit

i might have to do some more research and possibly write a script for T2 and when i do ill let everyone know and make it available, but dont wait on me if you (or anyone else) can do it too. im in the same position as everyone else lol
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Re: Turok2 and Linux

Post by i3atur8rainz on 7th May 2014, 06:05

ok so you will most likely have to find an .iso for t2 or use the actual disc to mount it on the virtual drive. of course im using PlayOnLinux, which is just a gui/front end for wine. but nevertheless i havent tried this yet, but that is my next move. i do not have a disc so finding the full iso might be a bit tricky.

i guess having single player wont be too bad. bring back some memories  geek 

on another note, being that you will have to mount this image on a virtual drive, means you probably shouldnt have the current multiplayer files in the same directory (derp) and should back them up just in case.
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Re: Turok2 and Linux

Post by Assdigger on 16th May 2014, 00:08

actually it worked well with vine....just go command console, type sudo wine /turok2/turok2MP.exe and your ready to go...

If you want the Iso, ive got the original german cd
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