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Unreal Tournament (1999) - "binaries" and "Steam" version broken


#1

Both report “/home/user/.cache/lutris/installer/unreal-tournament/tmp/ut-bin/data.tar.gz does not exists” after loading the patches. The game is installed on Steam already, in “/mnt/hdd/SteamLibrary/steamapps/common/Unreal Tournament/” location. What to I do to unfuck the script?


#2

I had the same issue installing UT99.
Just apt for the Steam Beta program and it should let you install and run in no problem through Proton.


#3

Meaning Lutris is a total bullshit. I could do the same with Wine, but instead spent more time debugging the issue than playing.


#4

@ivdok: Than I suggest you go fix the install script. That’s what Lutris is for :wink:


#5

BUMP Any news on this? I’ll see if I can fix it in the meantime, but doubtful.


#6
cxf@PC:~/Downloads$ ./unreal.tournament_436-multilanguage.goty.run --noexec --target /home/cxf/Downloads/tmp/utbin
Creating directory /home/cxf/Downloads/tmp/utbin
Verifying archive integrity... All good.
Uncompressing Unreal Tournament 436-multilanguage.goty Installer....................................................................................

:man_shrugging:

Would help if you provide logs like the pinned topic explains.