I was trying to install Amazon Games on my Lutris installation on my old laptop and ran into a curious situation. I was able to complete the installation ok as I was able to log into the Amazon Games launcher and install a game. However, I noticed that there was a command line terminal window from the installation process still running in the background even though the installation had proceeded successfully. According to this window, the installation was not complete and the only option I had was to Abort.
I was trying to install Epic Games on my Lutris installation on my old laptop and ran into the following error message:
Exit with return code 256
(This appears to be a common issue and is not necessarily limited to Epic Games.)
I actually removed my default Ubuntu package which was a few minor versions behind the official packages. I then installed the latest version of Lutris directly using a .deb file from their website.
I was stuck in the advanced construction tutorial where one of the steps involved fixing the staging by moving a swivel engine into the same stage as the boosters. However, that's how it already was by default and moving the swivel engine around did nothing. However, after much frustration, clicking the reset button and then adding the swivel engine to the SRB stage did the trick.
KSP2 is already here and there are still bugs in KSP1. In the tutorial no less.
Hope this helps someone out there :)
If you haven't already done so, check out Frets on Fire, an open source clone of the guitar hero franchise. Instead of a toy guitar, you are to hold your keyboard upside down and use the function keys as frets while "strumming" via the return key.
There are also a bunch of communities who add frets-on-fire files for a growing library of commercial songs as well.
A friend put me onto itsyourturn.com a few days ago. The concept is not unlike other turn-based on-line games available around the Internet. However, while other sites (that I am aware of) concentrate pretty much on one game, here, there is a whole host of games available for you to waste your time on, and you aren't restricted to just one game at a time. So, you can be playing 5 scrabble (known as Jamble for trademark reasons I suppose) games, 5 backgammon, 5 ... etc. all simultaneously.