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NWN *GNU*/Linux client is jsut a drop in. you WILL need the win32 version because most of the files are the same.
I talked to a developer there, I asked why we they don't ship a seperate gnu/linux version and he replied; "We Would love to but it's not up to us, Our publisher is pretty much in charge of all of that".
so, if true, we're going to have to get up on these publishers and nag em hepefully posting the link in the first msg of the thread gave them some extra hits to understand there is a demand
Distribution: Slackware, (Non-Linux: Solaris 7,8,9; OSX; BeOS)
You will also be able to buy a "Linux version" from Tux games, so
if you haven't bought the 'doze version, you can get that with the
Linux patches on the same disk. . . http://www.tuxgames.com
I am rather disappointed in how long it's taken to get the linux code
out, but I'll probably still buy it once it's available. . .