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HELP! Zero-K (using Chobby) unusable in Linux

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1/3/2018 11:38:17 AMGBrankLynx before revert after revert
1/3/2018 11:35:48 AMGBrankLynx before revert after revert
1/3/2018 11:35:28 AMGBrankLynx before revert after revert
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1 To be clear here, is the issue that Chobby is setting up a 64-bit instance of spring, which is failing, whereas flobby is setting up a 32-bit instance of spring, which is not failing? If so, why does flobby get a 32-bit rather than 64-bit version? If not, then why is running Zero-K under Chobby but not flobby failing? 1 To be clear here, is the issue that Chobby is setting up a 64-bit instance of spring, which is failing, whereas flobby is setting up a 32-bit instance of spring, which is not failing? If so, why does flobby get a 32-bit rather than 64-bit version? If not, then why is running Zero-K under Chobby but not flobby failing?
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3 @cleanrock: great work on flobby by the way! As an Archlinux user myself it was good to see the AUR package and I went to the length of referencing it on the Archlinux Games wiki. Now if only flobby could be made to look at aesthetically pleasing as weblobby. Any thoughts?