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Old 01-30-2016, 06:35 PM   #1
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LXer: Gary's Mod and Rust Creator Regrets Having Supported Linux

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The creator of Gary's Mod and Rust, one of the most successful titles on Steam, has said that if he could do it all again, he wouldn't have supported the Linux platform. Gary Newman is the creator of Gary's Mod and Rust, and this is not the first time he took a jab at the Linux port and the Linux community. He said on a few other occasions that the Linux port for Gary's Mod was causing him grief and that it wasn't worth it. He pretty much said the same thing about Rust on Linux.



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