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  1. Update: This post contained some outdated information and dead links. The latest information about Renegade X on Linux can be found on renx wiki: https://wiki.renegade-x.com/wiki/Linux_Guide There are also some other things that you can check out: https://lutris.net/games/renegade-x/ https://appdb.winehq.org/objectManager.php?sClass=application&iId=13916 Original post: I have been sitting on this guide that was written some time ago, but as I didn't have time to improve it or even get someone else besides me to confirm that it works, I am posting it here in case someone finds it useful. Well, I am posting a link to guide on Etherpad (free and open source collaborative text editing thing), so that people can change and improve it in case of new findings: https://etherpad.net/p/renx_linux But in case some rando decided to rm -rf / the whole thing, here is a copy of the text as of the time of posting: With this guide RenX can also runs decently well as a server. However, I feel that there is some potential to make "Renegade X server on Linux" more automated and less complicated to set up by making it available as a VM or as a Docker image. Thing is that I do have working Lubuntu RenX server VM, but it is 18 GB total (Lubuntu + Wine + all requirements (dx2010, dotnet) + Renegade X), which is far from comfortably portable, so it would be much better to have a script or container that automatically downloads and sets up RenX server automatically. But that would again require work, which I can assist with, provided there is even enough interest for such thing. But that would require some testing
  2. Hello. Are there any plans for Linux and Mac OS clients in the future? Thank you in advance.
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