Interesting, but IMO here's where GPL shows its strengths - if FreeBSD were GPL-licensed, AMD would have to release code for its drivers. Now, I guess we can count on someone hack PS4 and extract those drivers, but it's not going to...
I am trying to modify a PC-BSD script that I can use to install a vanilla version of FreeBSD. At the moment I have:
distFiles=base doc games kernel lib32
My plan was to remove games, however I find it a bit odd that games.txz is part of the FreeBSD base system. So, I was wondering whether...
Ok, this is very not-Unix related, but maybe someone here remembers an old arcade game I was used to play when I was young: there was a car seat and three white Formula One cars made with a light projector on a rolling tape that was simulating the track. I remember the car having two speeds...
Hopefully you guys know me and won't see this as spam but a few of us have just submitted our Kickstarter project.
KickStarter page (more vids on the tools developed for the game)
FreeBSD is a primary supported platform! Nice change huh? :)
If you can, please spread...
It's been a while since I first heard about this... Actually a few years ago...
Well there it is.
I hope this helps peoples to get out of Windows. I guess I can dream haha
Now, I wonder if there's any way to make it work on linuxulator even...
Hello, I was trying to install Tremulous game to use it when I have some free time in FreeBSD 9.0
It seems that it needs to install 8kingdoms but it gives an error:
# portinstall 8kingdoms
[Gathering depends for games/8kingdoms .............................................. done]
I'm still somewhat new to FreeBSD, converted from linux (ubuntu if you must know). I'm trying to play the same video game under wine in FreeBSD 8.2-RELEASE x86 as I did in Ubuntu, and it is significantly slower in terms of framerate.
I'm seeking any advice on how to improve my gaming...
Who ever installed Battlefield Bad Company 2 on FreeBSD?
It is possible to play?
We need to use Linux wine?
I have sometimes installed WIndows Xp - I would like to play with FreeBSD.
As a GUI (in FreeBSD) - Gnome2
I've got GNU Chess installed from ports, and have installed xboard and eboard.
When I try to start a new game from a normal user account in either xboard or eboard, I get the error:
I can run the game as root.
The permissions for the file are:
-r--r--r-- 1 root wheel
If I change...
Wondering if anyone has had success with the overlay feature of audio/mumble.
Looks like it wants to work. The layout tab shows my desktop, but when I click apply - ok to enable overlay nothing shows. I noticed a patch applied to an overlay file, may be someone has it working. I just built it...
I was wondering if some one lucky to run its favorite game(s), so he tell us about, I hope this will be as a reference.
Mr hedgehog report that these games work fine:
Sins of Solar Empire
Space Rangers 2
World of Warcraft < not anymore
I want to install Crossover games on my FreeBSD box (8.1-STABLE). I download the FreeBSD installer and when I run it it quits with the message
Verifying archive integrity...OK
Uncompressing CrossOver Games
/libexec/ld-elf.so.1: /usr/local/lib/libXi.so.6: unsupported file layout
This is my first HOWTO!:)
Sometimes I play different games on the emulator SNES9x and play on the keyboard is not very convenient. I remembered that I have a USB Gamepad (Logitech Dual Action â„¢ Gamepad).
So I decided to...
I've moved from Windows on my laptop since Intel GMA 4500MHD was supported in Xorg, after doing an quick install with FreeBSD 7.3-RELEASE everything went fine, until I was about to test World of Warcraft.
Now I can of course expect that there might be some fps drop in the game but this was...
I'm sorry if it isn't posted at the right place but I have no idea where to ask this.
(If there is a better place to ask please tell me)
Since Blizzard patched World of Warcraft to
version 3.3.5 it doesn't let me login anymore (when I enter my login
information it will just say...
CrossOver for FreeBSD is a commercial variant of Wine released by CodeWeavers with (currently) limited support for many of today's most popular office application and games. CrossOver Office and Games for FreeBSD is tested for performance and stability with many of todays most popular games such...