This game use openal ¹ for 3D sound effects, make sure youhave thepackage "openal" installed (or lib32-openal if your platform is x86_64).
Alternatively,you can alsouse the windows openal software [found here]
NOTE: the nameof the packagesmay varydepending on the distributionused.
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No sound :/
by sarah on Tuesday August 28th 2012, 5:10
It all works amazingly! Except that there's no sound... In the options menu in the launcher no sound devices were coming up :( Maybe I should try headphones.. But then it'd be even more scarier.. I am on a MacBook Air
Mouse shows over game
by Pat on Monday July 25th 2011, 14:31
I'm running Fedora 15 x64 with Wine 1.3.24. I own the steam version so I tried to wine it but the mouse shows in the middle of the screen at all times which is rather immersion breaking. I'm using windows 7 mode to fix steam under gnome 3 so that might be causing this.
This could be a regression though. Someone should confirm this.
Oh well I'll just get the linux version with a torrent or something. I already payed for the game so there's no harm.
by A.G.R. on Friday October 29th 2010, 13:04
basically, the Win. version runs well under Wine - unfortunately the Linux version is *never* part of all the special offers available out there :( - however, there is one issue with large transparent polygons on the floors that constantly change colours. Weird. Haven't found out what's wrong there, so far.
There's a Linux demo
by Todor Tanev on Sunday October 24th 2010, 3:30
Tried it with fglrx 10.10 /the pre-release inside Ubuntu 10.10/ with Phenom II 550 and HD4870. The only glitch were that the in-game gamma control have no response on the picture, which can be corrected with some more brightness on the monitor. It is really a significant title!