@kensanata I have it on PC and there's a few mods that bring the graphics to at least Skyrim levels, and its pretty awesome! Morrowind is still pretty great!
@Alamantus oh wow. I’d love to play that!
@acodispo On my Debian-derived laptop, I installed OpenMW via flatpak, started the wizard, pointed it at the data directory, clicked PLAY… and then it crashed. "Address not mapped to object (signal 11)"
This looks like it won't be all that easy.
@kensanata Well that's a bummer! I'm on arch and somebody's packaged it, so it was quite easy for me. I do note there's a debian package! I haven't needed to try the flatpak. Regarding the game files, I bought a copy through GOG.com (DRM-free), I think for $15.
@acodispo I wonder how dangerous it would be to pull in the Debian package into my PureOS system. I fear the worst, haha. Or perhaps I should just run the GOG variant using Wine or something.
@kensanata How's PureOS?
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