Package Details: counter-strike-2d 1.0.0.4-1

Git Clone URL: https://aur.archlinux.org/counter-strike-2d.git (read-only, click to copy)
Package Base: counter-strike-2d
Description: More than just a freeware clone of the well known game Counter-Strike
Upstream URL: http://www.cs2d.com/
Licenses: custom
Submitter: jlusticky
Maintainer: None
Last Packager: MarcinWieczorek
Votes: 50
Popularity: 0.000000
First Submitted: 2009-03-07 10:17
Last Updated: 2017-11-10 09:45

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erkexzcx commented on 2014-10-27 19:04

few things to let you know guys:

If you change anything in settings but they are like restoring back. solution:
# chown -R <regular_user>:chown /opt/cs2d/
and now your regular user will be able to edit folder /opt/cs2d without root permissions. necesarry to edit settings.

If you still cannot get sound working. solution:
open terminal as root and choose one of these: alsa, pulse, oss (thanks for carstene1ns)
# export ALSOFT_DRIVERS=<alsa/pulse/oss>

Still no sound? didn't you forget to install: openal, alsa-oss/lib32-alsa-oss?

weird error about saying input/output while launching cs2d from terminal? solution: http://blogs.operationaldynamics.com/paul/opensource/wine-i915-or-i965-intel_do_flush_locked
or in words:
$ LIBGL_ALWAYS_SOFTWARE=1 ./CounterStrike2D -full -24bit
P.S. you might want to uninstall cs2d aur package, download files from official website, extract dem all and move to /opt/cs2d/, do what I have told you in the first lines of this long comment, then create a file /usr/bin/cs2d, make it executable, paste the following content between these lines
----------------------------------------------------------
#!/bin/bash
cd /opt/cs2d/
LIBGL_ALWAYS_SOFTWARE=1 ./CounterStrike2D -full -24bit
----------------------------------------------------------
save it, run it with command "cs2d" or if you'd like - create a DE .desktop launcher :)

Now I have got it successfully working ;) I am thinking of putting this info into a wiki page about cs2d if it exists or even create one. :P

erkexzcx commented on 2014-10-27 19:03

few things to let you know guys:

If you change anything in settings but they are like restoring back. solution:
# chown -R <regular_user>:chown /opt/cs2d/
and now your regular user will be able to edit folder /opt/cs2d without root permissions. necesarry to edit settings.

If you still cannot get sound working. solution:
open terminal as root and choose one of these: alsa, pulse, oss (thanks for carstene1ns)
# export ALSOFT_DRIVERS=<alsa/pulse/oss>

Still no sound? didn't you forget to install: openal, alsa-oss/lib32-alsa-oss?

weird error about saying input/output? solution: http://blogs.operationaldynamics.com/paul/opensource/wine-i915-or-i965-intel_do_flush_locked
or in words:
$ LIBGL_ALWAYS_SOFTWARE=1 ./CounterStrike2D -full -24bit
P.S. you might want to uninstall cs2d aur package, download files from official website, extract dem all and move to /opt/cs2d/, do what I have told you in the first lines of this long comment, then create a file /usr/bin/cs2d, make it executable, paste the following content between these lines
----------------------------------------------------------
#!/bin/bash
cd /opt/cs2d/
LIBGL_ALWAYS_SOFTWARE=1 ./CounterStrike2D -full -24bit
----------------------------------------------------------
save it, run it with command "cs2d" or if you'd like - create a DE .desktop launcher :)

Now I have got it successfully working ;) I am thinking of putting this info into a wiki page about cs2d if it exists or even create one. :P

erkexzcx commented on 2014-10-27 18:53

few things to let you know guys:

If you change anything in settings but they are like restoring back. solution:
# chown -R <regular_user>:chown /opt/cs2d/
and now your regular user will be able to edit folder /opt/cs2d without root permissions. necesarry to edit settings.

If you still cannot get sound working. solution:
open terminal as root and choose one of these: alsa, pulse, oss (thanks for carstene1ns)
# export ALSOFT_DRIVERS=<alsa/pulse/oss>

Now I have got it successfully working ;)

erkexzcx commented on 2014-10-27 18:52

few things to let you know guys:

If you change anything in settings but they are like restoring back. solution:
# chown -R <regular_user>:chown /opt/cs2d/
and now your regular user will be able to edit folder /opt/cs2d without root permissions. necesarry to edit settings.

If you still cannot get sound working. solution:
open terminal as root and choose one of these: alsa, pulse, oss (thanks for carstene1ns)
# ALSOFT_DRIVERS=<alsa/pulse/oss>

Now I have got it successfully working ;)

osense commented on 2014-05-17 12:57

Adopted and updated... hopefully I didn't screw anything up :)

carstene1ns commented on 2014-02-12 16:37

I have orphaned this now, as I do not really play it.

carstene1ns commented on 2014-01-13 08:03

Adopted and updated.
WARNING: I changed the install location from /usr/share/cs2d to /opt/cs2d. If you have modified any .cfg files, they will be deleted. Make backups, if needed.

Solution for OpenAL audio problems:
Install (lib32-)openal, export ALSOFT_DRIVERS=alsa in your shell ← alsa is the name of the output driver (if you use pulseaudio/OSS use pulse/oss respectively).
Then launch cs2d and select "OpenAL Soft" under Options/Sound and restart game.
If it works, put the export line in your .bashrc so it is set on login.

carstene1ns commented on 2014-01-13 08:03

Adopted and updated.
WARNING: I changed the install location from /usr/share/cs2d to /opt/cs2d. If you have modified any .cfg files, they will be deleted. Make backups, if needed.

Solution for OpenAL audio problems:
Install (lib32-)openal, export ALSOFT_DRIVERS=alsa in your shell ← alsa is the name of the output driver (if you use pulseaudio/OSS use pulse/oss respectively). Then launch cs2d and select "OpenAL Soft" under Options/Sound and restart game.
If it works, put the export line in your .bashrc so it is set on login.

rafaelff commented on 2013-04-26 13:54

@zypo: is the case of adding alsa-oss/lib32-alsa-oss dependencies, or it might be prejudicial to some users?

zypo commented on 2013-04-26 13:52

Ok, found it. CS2D apparently wants to use OSS for sounds so if you're using ALSA as system sound driver you need to install OSS compatibility library (alsa-oss/lib32-alsa-oss).