grumpypenguin at qwest.net
Sat Mar 10 14:40:20 GMT 2007
On Saturday 10 March 2007 05:56:14 am Larry Hartman wrote:
> Thanx to all who gave me suggestions
> On Saturday 10 March 2007 04:30:13 am Knapp wrote:
> > > > Can anyone point me to some comnplex role-playing strategy games,
> > or 3D games
> > > > requiring a joystick for Linux? I come across Boson and Scortched
> > > > 3D. Has anyone had any trouble setting these up? My son and I are
> > > > looking for games to play across a network that will keep us busy
> > > > together for a long Saturday morning or two....trying to wean him off
> > > > of that other OS. :-)
> > > >
> > > > Larry
> > "Sabayon Gaming and multimedia capabilities from a live CD"
> > I have played these on this CD or was it a DVD? In any case they are
> > REAL pro quality games. I do not think I would let my kids play them
> > though. :-)
> > If they run on Sabayon then you should be able to run them in Kubuntu.
> > It might be some work and you WILL need a good 3d card and the drivers
> > that run it but you should all be able to made them work.
> > I also like supertux, Kobo delux, fish fillet, liquid war,
> > lbreakout2, torks, planet penquin racer, lincity-ng, Flight Gear
> > Flight Sim, tremulos and others but this is a good start.
> > Just type games in adept package manager for lots of games to look at of
> > course.
> > "Sabayon Linux is the most advanced and complete Linux distribution
> > when it comes to multimedia completeness and capabilities. Use the
> > parameters below only in ISOLINUX command line mode (no need to write
> > those in Sabayon Linux 3.2).
> > * quake4: start Quake4 playable demo.
> > * coldwar: start ColdWar playable demo.
> > * geexbox: start GeeXboX 1.0 Media Center.
> > * mediacenter: start Sabayon Linux with Freevo Media Center.
> > "
More information about the kubuntu-users