Star Trek: Bridge Commander

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Application Details:

Version: 1.x + Mods
License: Free to use
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Latest Rating: Silver
Latest Wine Version Tested: 2.11

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What works

General Gameplay: Single Player, Quick Battle and Multiplayer.

What does not

Multiplayer searching for Servers.


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Additional Comments

Tested with Kobayashi Maru 2011.10

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Operating systemTest dateWine versionInstalls?Runs?Used
ShowUbuntu 17.04 "Zesty" amd64 (+ variants like Kubuntu)Jun 28 20172.11N/A Yes NoSilverBruno Oliveira 
CurrentDebian GNU/Linux 7.x "Wheezy"Jul 16 20121.4.1N/A Yes NoPlatinumErik Andresen 
ShowMac OS X 10.7 "Lion"Jul 17 20121.4Yes Yes NoPlatinumHarley T. Davis 
ShowMac OS X 10.7 "Lion"Jul 16 20121.4-rc5Yes Yes NoGoldHarley T. Davis 
ShowUbuntu 11.04 "Natty" i386 (+ variants like Kubuntu)Oct 03 20111.3.24Yes Yes NoGoldAthrun 

Known Bugs

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HowTo / Notes


This section is mainly focused on Bridge Commander mods

Feel free to discuss any tweak, problem or performance fix here

When reporting a test result please add your video card, driver version and mod version tested, thank you.

General Notes

Installing Bridge Commander

Bridge Commander installs and updates to 1.1 without problems from original disc.

The Black Screen of Death / Fatal Errors

For good or ill, the old Black Screen of Death will not normally come up, but will instead tend to crash the game entirely while in wine. It is thus a good idea to run the game from terminal, as this will prevent wine from closing immediately and allow you to better troubleshoot these types of issues. Keep in mind that this may have odd effects on game play, depending on several factors such as distro, wine version, other programs running, modules loaded, etc. If you do get the Black Screen of Death though, it can be handled as usual.

Installing Mods

Keep in mind that you may come across case errors when installing or self-modifying mods, ships, or other mod content. Case errors will normally crash the game entirely in wine, and having Console Tracker in your install will allow you to more rapidly identify and correct such errors. Generally, case error issues are just a pain in the arse. Keep an eye out during extraction and verify you aren't getting case duplicates.

Helpful Debugging Tools

ScanBC, an abandoned project started by USS Sovereign. It's quite rough, and should be considered a program in beta.

Console Tracker, by USS Frontier. A must-have for all modded installs.

Using the SDK

It is strongly advised to do the actual modding from a Windows machine, or at least a virtual machine such as VMware Player. Most 3rd party modding tools do not work well in wine and for the exception of the AI tool (which can be run from a python console), the sdk is similarly affected.

The game seems to have problems with ATI Radeon cards. I use the opensource driver, and have a very slow overall appearance of the game (The same appears with the proprietary driver). Even the mouse pointer does not move smoothly (As if the bug above is not resolved yet for ATI cards??) Apart from being very slow, everything works, even the videos.

Because of driver problems, Intel video cards which are commonly used in Laptops will be too slow for this game.
Nvidia cards with the closed source driver are working fine.

If you have problems with Sound try the set Audio Quality to High: For this open options.cfg in a Text editor and change ProviderReserveList=LowQualitySoftware to ProviderReserveList=HighQualitySoftware
Kobayashi Maru users can change this under Game Options.


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