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by lambda
09 Dec 2018, 16:44
Forum: Support
Topic: Crashing on startup in Arch Linux
Replies: 30
Views: 898

Re: Crashing on startup in Arch Linux

"I want to say I really appreciate everyone who has taken the time to help me, and for being patient with my linux incompetence." Excuse my impertinence, but is then Arch the best distro for you? From the About Arch Linux page: "To summarize: Arch Linux is a versatile, and simple distribution design...
by lambda
04 Dec 2018, 17:26
Forum: Support
Topic: Crashing on startup in Arch Linux
Replies: 30
Views: 898

Re: Crashing on startup in Arch Linux

Are you using the steam-native or the steam-runtime version (or whatever the version is called, the one that comes bundled with all the libs)?
by lambda
03 Dec 2018, 16:40
Forum: Support
Topic: Crashing on startup in Arch Linux
Replies: 30
Views: 898

Re: Crashing on startup in Arch Linux

For whatever is worth the settings in Arch are in the home subdir .config/openmw It should have normal permissions, so you may have messed something up. And as others said, do *not* use sudo. If you have to sudo you already have a messed up installation. I never encountered such a bug in Arch, but a...
by lambda
03 Dec 2018, 14:26
Forum: Mod Compatibility
Topic: Body and Face replacer compatibility issues (Arch OSG-3.6 compatibility issues)
Replies: 28
Views: 1032

Re: Body and Face replacer compatibility issues (Arch OSG-3.6 compatibility issues)

As an Arch user the situation is, as far as I understand it, as follows: 1. If you go with the official package that tracks the stable release (currently 0.44) you should have no problems. And any problems that do crop up, are usually solved quickly. Just issue a bug on the bug tracker if no one has...
by lambda
28 Nov 2018, 21:35
Forum: Mod Compatibility
Topic: Body and Face replacer compatibility issues (Arch OSG-3.6 compatibility issues)
Replies: 28
Views: 1032

Re: Body and Face replacer compatibility issues (Arch OSG-3.6 compatibility issues)

I haven't been able to test all of them with the new package (only tried better bodies, which gave above crash log), but since the issue seems more mod related as it did happen on the older (acourding to you guys working) OpenSceneGraph too I don't think much has changed. I am also on Arch and use ...
by lambda
24 Nov 2018, 15:27
Forum: General
Topic: Recent Negativity Regarding OpenMW
Replies: 83
Views: 12452

Re: Recent Negativity Regarding OpenMW

Why should natinnet be banned? As far as I am concerned, the trollish antics (the emojis, the written equivalent of grunts and squeaks, the all caps, the bad grammar, the absolute lack of grace, wit or humor, etc.) of a clownish buffoon provides a moderate amount of amusement in a tedious November d...
by lambda
24 Jul 2018, 11:52
Forum: General
Topic: Recent Negativity Regarding OpenMW
Replies: 83
Views: 12452

Re: Recent Negativity Regarding OpenMW

Its really simple: As a general rule people are horrible.
I 100% agree with this (for theological reasons). And then I would add, for the sake of intellectual honesty, and I am the worst of the worst.
by lambda
17 Jun 2018, 23:40
Forum: Off Topic
Topic: Free Software vs Open Source
Replies: 12
Views: 1142

Re: Free Software vs Open Source

Oh, am sorry, I wrongly assumed you now about the four freedoms. As I predicted; you presume I know nothing about the subject (have you read Villanueva's letter to Microsoft?), use the word "freedom" glibly without any justification for your particular use and the implications you wish to draw from...
by lambda
17 Jun 2018, 20:47
Forum: Off Topic
Topic: Free Software vs Open Source
Replies: 12
Views: 1142

Re: Free Software vs Open Source

Where do you stand, Free Software or Open Source? Neither, because it is a false dichotomy, nay, it is a meaningless question. Terms like "user's freedom" and "user's rights" are being bandied about, with absolutely no inkling of what their meaning is, any conceptual grounding or justification for ...
by lambda
16 Jun 2018, 11:57
Forum: General
Topic: Bug in sneak?
Replies: 3
Views: 824

Re: Bug in sneak?

No idea about normal morrowind. its giving you sneak skill points for being invisible and then sneaking ?
Yes.