Holts wrote:I'm having an issue with Counter Strike Source running Wine 1.6. Steam works great and so does the game up until I join a game. After the MOTD appears (clearly) I choose which side to join and my text is scrambled from then on out. It looks something like this https://i.imgur.com/g6qs3wL.jpg and https://i.imgur.com/ecoa8lm.jpg
I have the tahoma, corefonts, and lucida fonts installed along with the nvidia 313 proprietary drivers.
Any help or guidance on the issue would be much appreciated. And yes I know steam runs native for Linux now, I just have a ton of other games on Steam I play.
Booman wrote:Have you tried downloading the native Counter-Strike: Source in Linux Steam yet?
It runs really well and you no longer need Wine.
Actually almost all of the source: Half-Life, Half-Life 2, Counter-Strike, Team Fortress & Left4Dead 2 have been ported to Linux natively.
Just check out the list: Steam Linux
Booman wrote:I noticed surround sound doesn't work on any of my games either. Actually it doesn't even work in Mint.
I've messed with the audio and set it for surround but nothing ever comes out of my rear speakers.
I'll have to revisit that one day
You think Linux shoots itself in the foot with graphics drivers? Well, they shoot themselves in the head with audio servers
elbendecido wrote:You think Linux shoots itself in the foot with graphics drivers? Well, they shoot themselves in the head with audio servers
Wrong, wrong and bad comment. You look like a blind fanatic Windows user.
And what have you done to improve the situation?
Remember 2 things:
A) In GNU / Linux no one receives a salary for his work, all the software is made by people volunteer in their free time.
B) If the quality of graphics and audio is not great, is because hardware manufacturers get first Windows and Mac, and if they have time, develop low-quality drivers for GNU / Linux.
What if the graphics card drivers and audio are low quality? as the sound and video will not be excellent.
Want premium quality software? helps convince hardware manufacturers to develop quality drivers or invents a better method of reverse engineering, which is currently widely used due to lack of cooperation from the manufacturers.
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