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Old 05-10-2020, 11:23 AM
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Looks neat. You might want to add a link to your GitHub page to https://wiki.project1999.com/EverQuest_in_Linux_Guide (your GitHub page already links to it [You must be logged in to view images. Log in or Register.]).
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Old 05-27-2020, 10:47 PM
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I have just got P1999 running using Steam on Linux! This solved my mouse look issues and I can even use the in-game graphics settings (brightness ect.) that didnt work at all in Wine for me. Just add P1999 as a non-steam game, then use the GE proton runtime.

This is the proton runtime I'm using:
https://github.com/GloriousEggroll/p...ustom/releases
What file in the EQ folder did you use? I didn't notice that steam copied the compatibility files in like it did for some other games that are steam games. I tried adding eqgame.exe in and adding patchme to the launch options. Prior, I tried adding that launcher bat instead. Both times, when I click Play, it just flashes quickly and does nothing. In both cases I told it to use proton 5.07 under its own menu of compatibility tools.

I've been having various issues with wine so far, in the absence of using steam, including, so far...zero music despite following the instructions that should have made it work. About to test sound, assuming it doesn't crash before entering world this time. If I don't figure this out soon, I'm either going to have to give in and either use a vm, or investigate how much hassle dual boot would be to put Win 8.1 in. For the record, I'm using MX linux (mxlinux.org) ... which is Debian based. I doubt it's the same beast as either Mint or Ubuntu.
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