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Could anyone give me a little help with applying the patch? (GOG version, linux)

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Best Answer guises , 23 September 2015 - 12:25 PM

Well I didn't get an answer here, but someone over on GOG directed me to this thread:

 

https://www.gog.com/...l_patches/post1

 

Just an FYI for anyone else coming here with this problem.

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I'm trying to patch from 1.0.6 up to 2.0 and when I just run the script (pillars_of_eternity_patch_2.5.6.9.sh) it asks for a directory. So that's fine, but whatever directory I give it I get an error:

ERROR: Folder doesn't contain any game

The game is in "/home/me/Pillars of Eternity" and I've tried that and "/home/me/Pillars of Eternity/game" and just "/home/me". Same thing every time.

 

So I tried just extracting the patch myself, but it isn't obvious to me what to do with it. There's a script there called patch_it.sh, which doesn't seem to do anything when I run it.

 

At any rate, any help would be appreciated.



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✓  Best Answer

Well I didn't get an answer here, but someone over on GOG directed me to this thread:

 

https://www.gog.com/...l_patches/post1

 

Just an FYI for anyone else coming here with this problem.







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