half life: whether can run without opengl. problems with cs
Sergey V. Udaltsov
sergey.oudaltsov at clients.ie
Fri Nov 30 10:42:02 CST 2001
> > Was there. Don't want to pay money. Wine is free, isn't it? Hopefully
> > one day we'll get everything in core wine.
> That day will be pretty far away in case everybody thinks the same as you.
Sorry, I am not wine developer (and actually I do not have much fame as
C developer:) so I can't help here.
> Frankly, I'm sort of sick of the seemingly universal "Linux == free" mentality.
> Yes, M$ is evil (very, actually), yes, they earn way too much money,
> but who exactly taught you to apply the same principle to Linux companies ??
> Besides, did you know that there's a pretty remarkable difference between the
> company producing VMWare and the companies working on Wine ?
> Guess what that difference is ?
Did I tell Transgaming is evil? Did I tell "linux == free"? Track this
thread - you'll not find any phrases like this. I just have _my_ reasons
not to pay for this. That's my humble position, nothing more. I greatly
appreciate the things done by Transgaming and others (including VMware,
which I do use sometime) and always thank all the people working do
deliver good things for Linux. And "evil" is not making too much money.
"Evil" is completely different thing (guess what?)
> Well, bad news: you'll have to use the Transgaming version, I'm afraid.
OK. Thanks to their cvs, I have a chance. BTW, don't they have intension
to make at least source snapshots periodically?
> (of course my opinion is not in the least related to me having anything to
> do with them)
:) Everything is related in the Universe...
Thanks for your comments.
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