With these binaries you can easily natively play the single-player portion of Jedi Knight II: Jedi Outcast on Linux. No bullshit, just put your assets files in the base folder and run. A widescreen tweak was also added to the source code. You don't have to compile anything.
Note: Currently, this only works for Ubuntu based distros (Ubuntu, Linux Mint, Lubuntu, etc), and does not work with Fedora or OpenSUSE for example.
NOTE 2: YOU STILL HAVE TO OWN AN ORIGINAL COPY OF JEDI OUTCAST TO USE THIS.
To get the binaries to work, simply copy assets0.pk3, assets1.pk3, assets2.pk3 and assets5.pk3 from your Jedi Outcast game disk (or Steam version) to the base directory, and start the jk2sp executable.
If things aren't working for some reason install the needed dependencies with this command:
sudo apt-get install libopenal1 ia32-libs
I did not make this port. All credit goes to xLAva (Jochen Leopold) who did all of the porting work. I have permission from him to upload the binaries to JKHub. Because of the GPL2 license of the original source code, I am also required to put a link to the source code on this readme. Original Github link:
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