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Re: Games works better under control of NetBSD, than under Linux' ?

2012/9/28, John Marino <>:

> On 9/28/2012 09:50, Zbigniew wrote:
>> 2012/9/28, Ingolf Steinbach<>:
>>> Hi.
>>> 2012/9/27 Zbigniew<>:
>>>> Looking up data in: /Programs/Lbreakout2/2.6.4/share/lbreakout2
>>>> Looking up highscores in: /System/Variable
>>>> Looking up custom levels in: /Users/zb/.lgames/lbreakout2-levels
>>>> Loading theme 'AbsoluteB'
>>>> Saving highscore chart in: /System/Variable
>>> These paths look suspicious to me.
>> Oh, yes... "suspicious". Surely somebody wants to entrap you. :D
>>> Are you sure that it is a native
>>> Linux version of the game? From the paths one could think that it's a
>>> Windows version running in Wine. That could explain the differences in
>>> performance.
>> Ever heard of Gobolinux, dear Sherlock?
> That's a pretty aggressive response to a post that was trying to be
> helpful, some might say even insulting  I probably wouldn't continue the
> conversation if I got a response like that.  And for the record, I've
> never heard of Gobolinux.  As a BSD user, I don't pay much attention to
> the Linux world and I would bet that I'm not alone on these particular
> lists.

What "helpful" can you see in the message, which is clearly
suggesting: "either you want to cheat us all - or you're so stupid,
that you didn't even notice, that you ran the Windows version of the

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