DOOM For Neo Freerunner / 1973
scottrcarlson at gmail.com
Sun Nov 2 17:28:01 CET 2008
It was very late, I thought I had included them.. I will re-package.
Just so everyone knows. Put your shareware or commercial WAD files in
> Would be nice to have all the free wad files in the doom package, in a
> doom-data package, or each in a separate package.
> Petr Vanek wrote:
>> On Sun, 02 Nov 2008 12:40:05 +0100
>> Fox Mulder <Quakeman1 at gmx.net> (FM) wrote:
>>> Pander wrote:
>>>> Petr Vanek wrote:
>>>>>>> opendoom v0.1 (http://unsyncopated.com/BrainSolvent/Doom%20Port)
>>>>>>> M_LoadDefaults: Load system defaults.
>>>>>>> default file: /home/root/.opendoom/opendoom.cfg
>>>>>>> IdentifyVersion: IWAD not found
>>>>>> Ack. Same problem here.
>>>>> same here.
>>>>> i have been googling for free or shareware iwad file but no luck...
>>>>> there should be one coming with the deb packaged doom... or not?
>>>> Here are some doom wad files:
>>> Or you can just download the original shareware version from
>>> ID-Software which contains the shareware wad file. You just have to
>>> extract the files within the archive with the included deice.exe and
>>> get doom1.wad. ftp://ftp.idsoftware.com/idstuff/doom/doom19s.zip
>> ok, as i have no mswindows i couldn't extract this so i downloaded
>> the doom-wad-shareware debian package and scp'd the wads into my FR.
>> Doom now starts, although no sound is present:
>> I_Init: Setting up machine state.
>> I_InitSound: couldn't open audio with desired format
>> S_Init: Setting up sound.
>> S_Init: default sfx volume 2
>> HU_Init: Setting up heads up display.
>> i got the game going. great! :)
>> it's quite responsive, no problem, the only thing that needs a bit of
>> getting used to us the screen and accelerators. Perhaps we need to
>> xrandr it the other way? it feels like the screen is not calibrated
>> now... but this is minor already.
>> great job, thank you!
>> Petr Vaněk
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