I'm finding the that the Linux version is giving, "there is no data folder" when I launch directly.
is this still happening (or is this happening for anyone else)? I don't have a Linux comp, so I can't test it unfortunately :/
It appears to still be doing so. At least through the itch.io app. All I see showing up in the installed version is a .x86_64 binary executable. I think I could download from another version and see if that ends up working.
It is looking for a `Data` directory, copying from the Windows doesn't work, because it's looking for a .so library in there as well.
I'm starting to think that the best way (I don't like it, and it feels hugely kludgey) is to just run the Windows version under Wine.
This seems to be what a lot of the engine and platform providers think is, "providing Linux support". Make sure that there is a wine version it works with.
Works for me. The 'PenitentDeadV1.4-Linux_Data' is in the same dir as the 'PenitentDeadV1.4-Linux.x86_64', which you are running, yes?