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Hey all. I just installed NWN for Linux and everything went smoothly. I installed it in /usr/local/games/nwn/. If I run ./nwn from THAT dir, the game will load just fine. But I want it set up as a shortcut in my XFCE4 menu. But, when I try to run it from any outside directory, I get this:
I tried using a symlink to /usr/local/games/nwn/nwn. I tried just typing in /usr/local/games/nwn/nwn from my home dir. Always the same error. Also, when I attempt this, it creates a bunch of the NWN folders in whatever my current directory is. Does anybody know of a way arround this? It's not a huge problem to run ./nwn from the command line, but still....
there is a great tutorial on fred's corner.. about using it w/ wine.. you should take a look at that.. maby it would have the answer.. sorry.. .. i really havnt tried to run nwk on my linux box.. but the tutorial they gave for diablo 2 was exelent.. and worked just fine for me..