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Hey guys I read here on these forums that nexuiz 2.0 was just released the other day and a bug report on bugs.gentoo.com has been opened about a new ebuild. ...
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- 06-15-2006 #1
Nexuiz 2.0 ebuild for those interested
To install you need to have this in your /etc/make.conf
then if you didn't have this you need to:
mkdir /usr/local/portage/games-fps mkdir /usr/local/portage/games-fps/nexuiz cd /usr/local/portage/games-fps/nexuiz nano nexuiz-2.0.ebuild [copy the contents of the attached file into the nexuiz-2.0.ebuild file] ebuild nexuiz-2.0.ebuild digest emerge -va nexuiz
- 06-16-2006 #2
I hadn't come across this game until your post. It looks cool. Thanks!
I tried your ebuild and it installed alright. But once I get into the main menu of the game I can't get any further without it crashing. This is with both the normal and sdl versions. If I run it in a terminal I get the following output:^7Client opened a socket on address local:2
^7Client opened a socket on address 0.0.0.0:32772
^7VID_Restart: changing from fullscreen 800x600x16bpp, to fullscreen 1152x864x16bpp.
^7OpenGL Backend shutting down
FATAL: fglX11FreeBuffer: firegl_FreeBuffer() failed!
- 06-16-2006 #3
the first and most obvious question would be whether you have 3d support enabled?
glxinfo | grep rendering
- 06-17-2006 #4
yes. I do have 3d support. Which is why I'm puzzled. It is an ati. Maybe it's just because the drivers suck...
- 06-18-2006 #5
I got it working. I had to pass the following option to nexuiz while executing.
$ nexuiz -noshadinglanguage100
- 06-18-2006 #6
- Join Date
- Nov 2004
I've been playing with Nexuiz today, I hadn't played it since about version 1.0 last year. I like the game, pretty good for a laugh but every time I exit the game it causes X to runn at 99% CPU. You guys aren't getting anything like this are you?
- 06-18-2006 #7Originally Posted by bigtomrodney
- 06-19-2006 #8
- Join Date
- Mar 2006
I emerged the ebuild, and it worked without a hitch. However, when I joined a multiplayer game, I got a message saying that my version of Nexuiz was out of date. I'm behind a NAT firewall, so at first I assumed that that was the issue, but the problem continued after I turned on DMZ. Is this a known issue with Nexuiz?
- 06-19-2006 #9
I just joined a multiplayer game and had no problems. Maybe it was just the server you joined?