Maybe the executable binary has changed, try to list the installed packages with dpkg -l |grep -i doom and then dpkg -L doom-what-ever-package-name and look for the proper binary name.
Hope this helps,
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dunno about gmDoom if you know whether works drop a comment
If you want to play Doom in Network like in OLD days when we played it over Modem on the Internet check out Zdaemon – Online Multiplayer Doom port .Enjoy 🙂
DOOM 1, DOOM 2, DOOM 3 game wad files for download / Playing Doom on Debian Linux via FreeDoom open source doom engine
Hi check this WAD file I don’t hold copyrights for file, I don’t even remember where I got the file – http://www.pc-freak.net/files/DOOM2.WAD
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IBM TSM dsmc console client use for listing configured backups, checking set scheduled backups and backup and restore operations howto
to display the archived files, analog ba for backup)
dsmc retrieve -pi "/dir/tsm/location/file *”
to retrieve the archived files, "pi" means "pick", you can select the individual files from a list.
dsmc q ar "/dir/tsm/location/file".
This is similar to "restore" for backup files instead of "retrieve" for archive files.
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