Trying to run Team Fortress 2 on Ubuntu 12.04
location: linuxquestions.com - date: February 21, 2013
i try clicking on it but it never launches...It downloaded fine, it just wont launch
Best FREE FPS Game for Ubuntu 12.04
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: August 14, 2012
whats your favorite FREE fps, upcoming shooter, or classic port, i cant find a good one (single player campaign is a HUGE plus)
Ubuntu 8.10 Team Fortress 2 Crashes
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: November 4, 2008
I was on Ubuntu 8.04 for a while, and after sorting out a few problems (DirectX, ATI, Tahoma font, etc), I had Team Fortress 2 running great. Well, I recently upgraded to Ubuntu 8.10 and...well...problems. Everything works great...I can startup the game, change settings, join a server, and even play. But after 10-15 minutes of play, Team Fortress 2 freezes up, and I am forced to hard restart. I had it working under 8.04, so I have added "-dxlevel 81" and all of that stuff. I am using Wine 1.1.6.
Steam for Linux: Team Fortress 2 black screen
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: February 19, 2013
I am currently having an error where Team Fortress 2 on Steam that recently came out of BETA has launched, played the valve symbol with a blank screen, overlay becomes available and then the program closes.
Could anyone tell me what this is?
Dell Inspiron 1520
Ubuntu 12.04.2 -ish
How I got Team Fortress 2 running well on open source Radeon drivers.
location: linuxquestions.com - date: October 27, 2013
My oh my how open source drivers have come a long way. From only 2d support to full fledged 3d support that runs well enough for me at least. Anyways, I'm gonna explain how I got TF2 to run perfectly on steam using the open source Radeon drivers. I'm in Slackware Current.
First off, the graphics card I used was an AMD Radeon HD 6670.
As for Mesa. IT's the latest one in current.
First off, install steam. Thanks AlienBob!
Now you need the library libtxc_dxtn which is in this slackbuild. Or search it via SBOPKG.
This provides Texture compression needed. Also to help with the Frame rate you may want to look at DX9Frames which Linux Game Cast made a great tutorial on how to get that to work.
I get around 40 at the lowest and 100 at the highest! It stays around the 60 range the majority of the time. I would love someone to
LXer: Linuxbased Handheld Offers Free Games
location: linuxquestions.com - date: May 17, 2006
Published at LXer:
FREE is a magic word. It transforms even the most sensible, sedate and rational of people into greedy lunatics. So just imagine the chaos now there is a portable gaming console that has free titles.
LXer: Linux Top 5 Free Painting Tools
location: linuxquestions.com - date: August 5, 2012
Published at LXer:
The purpose of this article is to identify the finest open source painting software available for Linux. Paint software is designed to imitate closely traditional painting mediums and effects. Typically, this type of software works best with a graphic tablet.
Xbox 360 Controller with Team Fortress 2
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: February 18, 2013
Hey guys, I am trying to play Team Fortress 2 using my xbox 360 controller but have been unsuccessful so far (please don't just tell me to use the keyboard, lol). I found there is a module built into the kernel called xpad but there is also a userspace driver called xboxdrv.
All the tutorials I have read for getting a 360 controller to work in TF2 state to open a console window within the game and type
that does spit out some stuff and when I look at the keybindings or key mapping it does show things like the A button and X button mapped to actions in the game but when I fire up the game the controller has no affect on my character.
When I rmmod xpad and run the following command
sudo xboxdrv --type xbox360 --device-by-path 002:002
the terminal shows a whole mess of feedback when I play with the controller so I know it's being accepted as an input BUT how do I then get TF2 to use the controller?
I would appreciate any help guys.
TEAM FORTRESS 2 Supports Linux!
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: October 22, 2012
Team Fortress 2 Beta (Store)
Minimum Cache Size in MB128
Maximum Cache Size in MB256
On First Launch-1Is
Current Version ID0
Trickle Version ID-1
NameTeam Fortress 2
Directory NameTeam Fortress 2
BetaBeta Version PasswordfooBeta
Version ID-1Added onSometime before 2011-07-15
Detailed information on this app available over at The Bronasium.Additional parameters
Iconsteam/games/icon_tf2Icon 2steam/games/icon_tf2Order1StateAvailableGame Directorytf_betaHomepagehttp://www.half-life2.comNo Servers0DeveloperValveSource Game1Primary Cacheteam fortress 2 beta content (522)primarycache_linux527VAC Module CacheSourceInit (202)VAC Module Cache (Mac)SourceInit OSX (160)GameManualURLhttp://store.steampowered.com/manual/440/Server Browser NameTeam Fortress 2 BetaVAC Module Filenamesourceinit.datRequires SSE1LoadAllBeforeLaunch1
Supported Operating Systems Subs with this app
As you can see above the new TF2Beta supports Linux, my gosh I
Team Fortress 2 crashes at start
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: June 26, 2008
Okay, so I followed this exact guide on how to get Team Fortess 2 working on my computer.
Everything worked perfectly, I logged into steam, updated TF2 and hit launch. The TF2 loading screen appeared with the little mini intro and the sound worked, then it just crashed.
I'm running Ubuntu Hardy Heron 8.04, 64 bit version. I am using an ATI 2900 XT with restricted drivers and they work perfectly thus far. I can't get my Sound Blaster X-Fi to work so I'm just using onboard sound (MSI Platinum 975x PowerUp edition motherboard).
The game installed perfectly, patched just fine. Steam runs, but the game won't start up.
Can anyone help diagnose the problem? I want to get rid of XP forever, but am kind of attached to TF2 and it's cartoony charm.
I'd appreciate any and all help. I'm not very familiar with Linux, so if you do decide to help me, please tell me which commands or what things to do and how.
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