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    Does anyone interested to make this OS a Gaming OS. If yes i propose two packages for the Build Service but from official employees: VKD3D-git and Anbox-git. Only git not outdated.

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    Default Re: Gaming OS

    Quote Originally Posted by artivision View Post
    Does anyone interested to make this OS a Gaming OS. If yes i propose two packages for the Build Service but from official employees: VKD3D-git and Anbox-git. Only git not outdated.
    Hi
    vkd3d is already available? There are no employees it's a community contribution, as in those who do, make it so... there is nothing stopping a user who is building from submitting to the distribution, I see a few folks packaging anbox, so would suggest you look at asking those people to see if they are interested in pushing to a development project and into Factory....

    Code:
     osc se anbox
    ####################################################################
    matches for 'anbox' in projects:
    
    # Project
    home:gasinvein:anbox
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    matches for 'anbox' in packages:
    
    # Project                                                            # Package
    home:Dead_Mozay:anbox                                                anbox
    home:dmacvicar:anbox                                                 anbox
    home:gasinvein:anbox                                                 anbox
    home:harish2704:branches:home:twotaps:branches:home:gasinvein:anbox  anbox
    home:k0da:branches:home:Dead_Mozay:anbox                             anbox
    home:lewellyn:android                                                anbox
    home:scalpel4k                                                       anbox
    home:twotaps:branches:home:gasinvein:anbox                           anbox
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    Sorry but outdated Anbox cannot be installed because of Boost compatibility and other problems. Also Opensuse Vkd3d is outdated as well. I don't really understand why Linux distros are happy with 1% market share.

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    Quote Originally Posted by artivision View Post
    Sorry but outdated Anbox cannot be installed because of Boost compatibility and other problems. Also Opensuse Vkd3d is outdated as well. I don't really understand why Linux distros are happy with 1% market share.
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    So, open a bug report to get anbox sorted by one of the Maintainers? Ask them if they are interested in push to Factory....

    For vkd3d, outdated in what way, are you hitting a bug with the openSUSE version and need the git version? Again, it's a do-ocrity, a bug report and ask the Maintainer to pull the latest git release if your hit by a bug, or they can backport the commit(s)....
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    Default Re: Gaming OS

    Quote Originally Posted by artivision View Post
    Sorry but outdated Anbox cannot be installed because of Boost compatibility and other problems. Also Opensuse Vkd3d is outdated as well. I don't really understand why Linux distros are happy with 1% market share.
    I don't think they are happy with the market share. There is just no easy fix Valve tried this and didn't get far. Now google is trying with Stadia (hope they will be more successful but it doesn't look great in my opinion). The major problem is with the game developers. It's just cheaper to develop games for Windows and major consoles. As an example look at PS3. It had this strange CPU, which made things much harder for the developers and this is why it started out so bad. Xbox 360 was king in the begining. This is why PS4 has a normal CPU to make developers happy
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