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  1. Chocolate Doom on Linux

    You can also place wads in /usr/local/share/games/doom if you want to keep them separate from the base /usr folder structure that the package manager controls.
  2. Back to Saturn X E1: we love fixing bugs

    Thanks for the reply. I did locate Doom+ after posting about the issue, which works well for my use case. However, since the WAD does advertise compatibility with Vanilla doom, it should probably mention this in the readme file, no?
  3. Back to Saturn X E1: we love fixing bugs

    Hello folks. First: Thanks for this wonderful WAD set. I'm really enjoying what I've played so far. However, I've noticed save buffer overflows on Vanilla/Chocolate Doom in a couple maps, and I haven't see any mention of this by searching this thread. Is this a known issue, or am I just crazy? Is everyone else just too talented to need to save mid-level? So far I've noticed this on MAP01 and MAP06 (which is where I've stopped for the time being). I guess I can play with a different source port, but I enjoy using my Retro PC when I can.