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Linux, Mac and Windows version in one pack. Doombringer is a first person action game predominantly inspired by old school shooters like Quake 1, Quake 3 and Doom.
When I try to launch doombringer_linux.sh I get this error:
bash: ./doombringer_linux.sh: /bin/bash^M: bad interpreter: No such file or directory
The .sh says # This assumes the 'darkplaces' binary can be found on your path, which will usually be a system-wide installation of the darkplaces engine.
So I guess the darkplaces bundled with Doombringer isn't a system-wide installation. So I installed Darkplaces with my package manager, but I still get the same error.
Hi Booman, sorry for the late reply. But you can check this video for a guide on how to make the current version of Doombringer run on Linux. Sorry for the complications. Youtube.com
I watched the video on how to adjust the config so it see's the Darkplaces path. works perfectly!
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