Online Multiplayer appear in SuperTuxKart 1.0
Ubuntu 19.04 Disco Dingo = SuperTuxKart 0.9.3
Ubuntu 19.10 Eoan Ermine = SuperTuxKart 1.0
For now you can install the snap version https://snapcraft.io/supertuxkart or the PPA for Disco Dingo https://launchpad.net/~stk/+archive/ubuntu/dev?field.series_filter=disco
Alternatively you can download it in your /...
to type special characters in the terminal you need to use the compose key
To configure the compose key on Ubuntu, you need to install dconf and you can find the setting
in the package dconf/org/gnome/desktop/input-source/xkboptions
From Ubuntu 14.04
dconf → org → gnome → desktop → input-sources → xkboptions
e.g. to set the Alt Gr key as compose:
I had the exact same issue. I found an easy fix for me:
Instead of putting the "no cef sandbox..." in the Arguments field, just type:
wine steam.exe -no-browser +open steam://open/minigameslist
That did the trick for me! Hope it works for you too.
You are asking for opinions. One will say yes, the other will say no. In the end YOU will need to decide yourself.
Advice: prepare for failure . Investigate how you can revert changes you made that made the system fail.
Anything can be reverted from a live session or from grub rescue prompt. Just make sure you know what to do (as you likely will not have ...
In your scene, highlight the vidio source and choose "Filters" from the menu.
Choose the filter marked "Color Correction". Inside the filter, slide the "Hue Shift" back and forth until the colors are correct.
I have the same F310 and it works with Xonotic 0.8.2 (downloaded from the website) on Ubuntu 18.04 after turning on the setting labeled use joysyik input on the other section on the input setting. Also the joystick need to be in the "X" position.
I'm hoping this solves your problem
P.S. The default joystick mapping seems to be strange
On my system the package is steam-launcher (I installed it from the Steam repos).
See if that's what you have by issuing apt policy steam-launcher in a terminal. If so, that's what you should uninstall.
There are (2) complete Android OS platforms that I've have good luck with:
Android x86 (https://www.android-x86.org/)
Prime OS (https://www.primeos.in/)
I have only run these under a virtual environment (Virtualbox and QEMU), but they can be installed as a dual-boot. Android x86 is more mature than Prime OS.
Now, if you want to run Android apps natively, ...
Looks like SDL is mistakenly identifying your touchpad as a joystick. This seems weird but makes a little sense if you understand that joystick inputs and touchpad inputs look similar. They both send inputs as a pair of absolute X and Y coordinates, and they both have buttons.
Probably SDL sees your F310 gamepad as well, but enumerates the devices in a ...
Playstation controllers are actually supported fully in kernel. But I have found same issues when using controllers on most desktop environments, because you have to allow pair & trust the device for it to connect with bluetooth automatically. I had no luck doing it through bluetoothctl and only way I could do it, was using KDE desktop and pairing it ...
Xonotic has built-in gamepad support, no need to use a separate app like qjoypad.
To configure Xonotic for gamepad support you need to use the in-game console (there's no settings UI for it) by pressing Shift+Esc. From there you can set cvars to configure your gamepad bindings. The relevant cvars start with joy_:
There are utilities to map inputs to other devices. One of them is qjoypad: http://qjoypad.sourceforge.net/
Discussed xboxdrv in another thread:How can a gamepad control THE mouse?
You can write a simple code run it background in python or C using a library. You need to look an inputmapper library for python or c for linux.
Or you can write mouse driver ...
In the end, I found out the reason for the problem.
Steam (or at least my version of Steam) is installed with Flatpak. Flatpak does not actually have access to the /home directory filesystem. it creates a sandbox environment in Home/user/.var/app/com.valvesoftware.Steam
To manually override this, I created a mount point outside of /home (IT IS IMPORTANT ...
Presumably, there may be a bug in the game that causes this error.
To run the game, I first uninstalled the game that I installed from Ubuntu Software Center using:
sudo apt-get remove --autoremove 0ad 0ad-data
Then I reinstalled the game using:
sudo snap install 0ad
The same version of 0 a.d. from snap doesn't have this problem.
You can run
glxinfo | grep OpenGL
shading language version string will show you version of shaders.
OpenGL shading language version string: 4.60 NVIDIA
Your system doesn't support shaders version 3.
I also installed Quake 3 from the Ubuntu Repository and managed to get the full game running successfully. You will need to install both the Quake 3 package as well as the application game-data-packager to create a non-distributable Quake 3 data package. First run the following command from a Terminal window:
sudo apt install quake3 game-data-packager ...
You don't have to install anything - you can just use Python. This is from zipfile — Work with ZIP archives — Python 3.7.2 documentation
The zipfile module provides a simple command-line interface to interact with ZIP archives.
If you want to create a new ZIP archive, specify its name after the -c option and then list the ...
just got this error despite already having uid and gid set up properly as @delf answer; in my case windows left the "dirty bit", so i had to unmount it, run sudo ntfsfix -d /dev/sdb1 where sdb1 is your disk, and remount it.
Can't think of anything FIFA-like but still. As far as I know, the Football Manager series runs well on Linux. Specifically, you want to look at Football Manager 2017 and Football Manager 2018. These might be not action-y games but as management simulators they are very well-made. Also, there's Foosball Street Edition, which is on Linux too. Give it a shot ...
I'll answer to that as I was able to successfully run the game, even though it wasn't with Ubuntu at the end.
I wanted to do it with OpenSUSE Tumbleweed, cause I want rolling release distro. Tried for almost a month to install it on the laptop with no success. I tried then with Ubuntu, but after the installed crashed twice - I left that option too.
You can download minetest for Ubuntu 19.10 and libncursesw6, libtinfo6 and libleveldb1d (the only missing dependencies) and it can be installed in 18.04. If it is installed correctly, there are no risks for your computer in running Minetest for Ubuntu 19.10 in 18.04.
Download links to minetest, libncursesw6, libtinfo6 and libleveldb1:
That's more of a browser question than an Ubuntu question.
I would suggest trying some other browsers first, such as Brave being my favorite, Chromium, etc... See if that makes a difference.
The game may need the Flash plugin, which is deprecated and the world is moving away from it, but it can still be done if absolutely needed.
The game may be a ...
This step is wrong:
sudo make src
Instead you should go into src and run make:
To get correct dependencies, run these commands:
sudo apt install libsdl1.2-dev libsdl-net1.2-dev libsdl-mixer1.2-dev libxml2-dev
It looks like it's configured to compile as 32-bit application, so to compile on modern systems edit Makefile and remove -march=i486 -...
FIXED THE ISSUE!
For some reason, I did not have all the relevant 32-bit libraries, so I ran the following command:
sudo apt install libnvidia-gl-418:i386
Just change the 418 to whatever version you have installed!
Actually, wine software uses different font resource that may not available in system font or user font. and the game/software that you trying to run may have a different font that wine doesn't have in its resource folder if possible try to change your wine font or
if the game/software that you trying to run have a Microsoft font the consider running