Running Star Trek Armada 2 on Ubuntu

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posted on December 14th, 2018, 8:34 pm
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posted on January 13th, 2019, 11:52 pm
Are you able to get multiplayer to work while using Wine on Ubuntu?

I'm attempting to get Fleet Operations working under Wine, and I have FO 3.2.7 working (as well as Armada 2 vanilla) great, except for Multiplayer. It tells me it "Cannot connect to the LAN via TCP/IP".

WineHQ states that multiplayer works... ... &iId=25010

I can't get it to do so though. Any help/insight would be greatly appreciated.
posted on January 14th, 2019, 8:18 am
Hi Keleathi,

I never tried the multiplayer options and I never managed to run the FO 3.2.7 under Ubuntu Linux.
Maybe that need Wine 2 or 3 ? Right now, I updated the Wine to version 2.
I shared a link with two older versions of the FO working fine on Linux (multiplayer - I don't know) . Yes, I have a running version of the Star Armada 2 on Linux too. I have here a BSG mod for Fleet Ops on Linux:!JlUnHIBY!hzsQtHOUEGMV2jGFcsrqRV4XHdQbX0LeCoAvLSbkclA
Unzip to your games folder on Ubuntu, (or anywhere you like) than click right on the Armada2.exe file and select --Open with --Wine Windows Program Loader -- or just Open Terminal and type "wine armada2.exe".
Unfortunately, I found a crash problem, playing with the Cylons. I have no idea where is the problem. Maybe you can figure out.
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