1 (edited by katamari92 2018-11-24 18:21:46)

Topic: Can't see my balls or coins

I have also run into issues with it opening levels in general that seems to be a permission issue where the maps are stored.

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Re: Can't see my balls or coins

I suspect this is a Fedora problem. It should perhaps be reported to their Bugzilla.

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While we're discussing Fedora, let me just say that Fedora is the only distro where I've seen Neverball packaged in a manner that can be politely described as stupid.

If you install the "neverball" package, YOU DO NOT GET THE GAME. You get the game data without the game executable.

To install the game, you must install "neverball-neverball".  I am not making this up.

Meanwhile, Debian has been packaging Neverball as "neverball", "neverputt", "neverball-data" and "neverputt-data" for ages like a normal distro. WTF happened, Fedora?