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    Re: Humble indie bundle 6

    I discovered that libmono-system-core4.0-cil and libmono-system-drawing4.0-cil must the installed manually because it doesn't get installed by default and when installing wizorb deb it doesn't complain about the lack of those two files.

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    Re: Humble indie bundle 6

    Quote Originally Posted by Sealbhach View Post
    Four new games have been added: http://blog.humblebundle.com/.
    So awesome.
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    Bought. Really digging SPAZ and Torchlight so far.

    The Humble Indie Bundle is a pretty great thing for linux gaming - including only cross-platform games in a massively successful bundle is huge motivation for game devs to linuxify their games.

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    Re: Humble indie bundle 6

    This is great, I am loving all of these games so far, although I am having trouble with getting sound on wizorb, I have the ia32-libs installed, but I still have no sound in wizorb, has anybody else ran into these problems, and would anybody know of a fix?
    Installed using the Software Centre.
    Last edited by SpawnOfArtemis; September 27th, 2012 at 02:57 PM.

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    Re: Humble indie bundle 6

    Quote Originally Posted by Belopius View Post
    Bought. Really digging SPAZ and Torchlight so far.

    The Humble Indie Bundle is a pretty great thing for linux gaming - including only cross-platform games in a massively successful bundle is huge motivation for game devs to linuxify their games.
    +1. They definitely deserve our support. (And Torchlight is great!)
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    Re: Humble indie bundle 6

    Bought. First games I've bought for Linux.

    Having some issues though. Besides the no heads bug in Torchlight, I don't have any sound. I don't have any sound in either Rochard or SPAZ either Wizorb works, haven't tried the others. Really bummed out about this, those were the games I bought the bundle for.

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    Re: Humble indie bundle 6

    Quote Originally Posted by KaizerLinux View Post
    Bought. First games I've bought for Linux.

    Having some issues though. Besides the no heads bug in Torchlight, I don't have any sound. I don't have any sound in either Rochard or SPAZ either Wizorb works, haven't tried the others. Really bummed out about this, those were the games I bought the bundle for.
    Ah, I know this place where people are pretty helpful with Ubuntu problems ;o)

    Having said that, I'm not terribly technically minded..but one thing to check - what flavour of Ubuntu are you using and is it 64bit?

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    Re: Humble indie bundle 6

    Quote Originally Posted by TooManyFeet View Post
    Ah, I know this place where people are pretty helpful with Ubuntu problems ;o)

    Having said that, I'm not terribly technically minded..but one thing to check - what flavour of Ubuntu are you using and is it 64bit?
    And, more importantly, what sound card? I'm assuming it works with other software?
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    Re: Humble indie bundle 6

    Quote Originally Posted by TooManyFeet View Post
    Ah, I know this place where people are pretty helpful with Ubuntu problems ;o)

    Having said that, I'm not terribly technically minded..but one thing to check - what flavour of Ubuntu are you using and is it 64bit?
    I had a herpderp moment Somehow (think it might have been when I was using my monitor with my Raspberry Pi) the sound output got reset from analogue to HDMI, so I had no sound at all It works with Rochard and SPAZ now, didn't get a chance to test it in Torchlight, though I DID test with correct settings earlier, and it didn't work. But since then I installed the ia32-libs.

    I'm on Ubuntu 12.04, AMD64. Can't remember what my sound card is called, it's integrated in my Asus MOBO.

    EDIT: And both SPAZ and Rochard are AWESOME. I can also recommend FTL (Faster than light), really fun rogue-like game
    Last edited by KaizerLinux; September 27th, 2012 at 09:53 PM.

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    Re: Humble indie bundle 6

    Quote Originally Posted by KaizerLinux View Post
    I had a herpderp moment Somehow (think it might have been when I was using my monitor with my Raspberry Pi) the sound output got reset from analogue to HDMI, so I had no sound at all It works with Rochard and SPAZ now, didn't get a chance to test it in Torchlight, though I DID test with correct settings earlier, and it didn't work. But since then I installed the ia32-libs.

    I'm on Ubuntu 12.04, AMD64. Can't remember what my sound card is called, it's integrated in my Asus MOBO.
    One of the things I was going to check was ia32-libs, but sounds like you've sorted it anyway. Good on the sound in Rochard - it's great =)

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