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Half-Life Studio Model Decompiler by Flying With Gauss.

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Half-Life Studio Model Decompiler v1.1(Win32, Linux)
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TCHORGO
TCHORGO - - 86 comments

How i use it on linux?

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nekonomicon Author
nekonomicon - - 306 comments

How any other console application.

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TCHORGO
TCHORGO - - 86 comments

Thanks, I'm kinda noob with this system.

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YTpetergamer965
YTpetergamer965 - - 10 comments

Wow this looks cool

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Guest
Guest - - 692,925 comments

Why the stupid program decompile in my destop, not in the flowder were is the decompiler?

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curseofnight
curseofnight - - 136 comments

Because you had the 'mdldec' folder on your desktop. When you drag and drop a .mdl file onto the .exe, it sends the decompiled .smds, .qc, textures, etc., one folder level up.

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nekonomicon Author
nekonomicon - - 306 comments

It sends to folder where your .mdl file.

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nekonomicon Author
nekonomicon - - 306 comments

On windows all executables must be installed to C:\Program Files.

On *nix all executables must be installed to /usr/bin:usr/local/bin.

And user must not write anything to this directories.

If you didn't know how to use console applications you can read books about DOS and/or UNIX Shell.

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softwardia
softwardia - - 56 comments

the program doesn't even start up

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