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Originally posted by powadha Probably well known but enemy territory plays fine on linux.....
I played ET on my old computer running Windows 98 and it ran horribly. Graphics were blocky, framerate was choppy, etc. A couple months later I got rid of Windows on that same machine and installed Linux, and the game ran incredibly well. I was quite surprised (in a very good way of course)
True enough, but it's worth noting that the Linux versions of first three are inferior to the Windows versions, as are a lot of Linux versions of propuar free programs! In most cases where there is an inferior Linux version, it's actually better to use a third-party clone/compatable program!
And I read that Cyberlink has a version of PowerDVD for linux (bundled in Trbolinux 10.0F)
Thanks for telling me this! I've been looking fopr a descent Linux DVD player for ages!