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Fight your way through the ruins of an ancient facility. · By Team D-13

Linux version issue -

A topic by skymaker created Sep 17, 2018 Views: 332 Replies: 5
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I just picked up this game, looks like a good time.  Firstly, thanks for providing a Linux version of the game.  I use Windows or Mac very rarely, so I really appreciate the option.

That said, unfortunately I have run into a version dependency problem.  Libssl has updated a couple of versions, and Monolith is not willing to use the newer version of the library (I apparently have version 1.0.2 in Ubuntu).  Can you please provide a patch/update to resolve this?  Going back to the older version is inadvisable due to crypto security concerns.

Here is the full error;

./runner: error while loading shared libraries: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory



Try installing lib32-openssl or openssl:i386 depending on what distro you use.

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Thanks for your reply; I am using Ubuntu 18.04. 
I installed openssl:i386, but the issue persists unchanged as far as I can observe.  Do you have another suggestion?

Hi! I'm the linux version maintainer, in that case please try installing  libssl1.0.0:i386 if it's available in your package repository. Having been trying this myself it should fix the issue.

If it doesn't work, you can try symlinking the 1.0.2 version into and the same for libssl. Do note however that those must be 32-bit libraries, and those are generally located in /lib/i386-linux-gnu/. Good luck!

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Thanks ArcOfDream, that seems to have worked.  I have been having fun with the game on Windows in the meantime, but am excited to be able to play it on my main system now.  (Triple shot homing laser is best gun.)

Hi skymaker, can you explain in detail what you did to get your copy running? I have no idea how to make a symlink or what to do and I am having a similar issue.