That is the head scratching portion of the show.I get the errors too, but then I get a popup windows that says the site is down. All those errors are also indicating that there is no network connection.... because the site is down.
Give a go again tomorrow.
Ah, okay. I loaded up a live Solus DVD (MATE desktop) and it would run Tibia, even in live mode. That's cool. But then I also found, I think, the way to make it work on your Lubuntu. At least it fixed it on my Linux Mint and ran the game with no more "down for maintenance" error.That is the head scratching portion of the show.
Win 8 laptop loads in when it shows that server down.
The laptops and desktop with Solus all load in, even a friends laptop with LXLE loads in.
Only the DELL Desktop does this regardless of the Linux OS used, because Solus will not load on to it.
sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install openssl sudo apt-get install libssl1.0-dev
./stand then hit the TAB key. It should fill in all the rest of the script name, then hit Enter. Of course, you have to be inside the Tibia folder in a terminal.
Your Dell appears to be pretty close to what I have although you have a better processor and more ram than I'm running.The last BIOS update DELL shows for this E521 is 2007 with a number of 1.1.11 as you can see in SS this is running the BIOS of 1.1.4 Dec. 2006 I guess that is causing all the troubles. The DELL will only read from the CD drive the floppy is DOA on machine / and it will not read any ISO or other files from the USB ports I tried all of them.
I do have XPYour Dell appears to be pretty close to what I have although you have a better processor and more ram than I'm running.
I updated my bios on mine via Windows XP that was installed, you might want to consider that if you have a Windows XP cd.
The errors posted in the picture post in original post I seem to get when running AMD processors and Linux.
If Lubuntu or Xubuntu are working I'd leave them be although if they become problematic I'd install Linux Lite 3.6 as it is based on Ubuntu Xenial 16.04 and uses the 4.4.xx LTS kernel instead of the HWE stack kernel which is not a true long term kernel , seems to make a difference on old hardware.
Don't do that, making it work is part of the fun of using Linux and I understand the frustration of doing such.I as well a couple of others have told the wife to just toss it in the swimming pools deep end.
Install Windows XP then on another working computer install the exe bios file to a cd or a usb flash drive and copy it to the Document folder and then double click it and follow the prompts ain't no need for any updates.Reloading Win XP 64 bit going to do all the BIOS updating under native until there is nothing left to update and start this journey all over again.
Uh, no, not likely, although the operating system has some chance of working. The BIOS is not-a-chance. BIOS is a chip on the motherboard and not something you can export and import. The goal you're shooting for by putting Windows back on is to "flash" an update (overwrite the BIOS chip)... but it must be compatible. There is a chance that both computers use the same BIOS and you could flash both, but that is a long shot in my mind.I just had myself a novel idea .... the wife has a DELL laptop is it possible to copy all of it to a HDD or SSD including the BIOS of it, then shove it in the PC Tower by chance ? ? ?