Ambient & vaporwave music to close out October 2022. This mix features 7 (!) tracks from the Restless Dreams: A Tribute To Silent Hill compilation on No Problema Tapes as well as a particularly long piece by Scarletron near the end.
Electro (& other) at 120 this hour, a little cryptic & eerie following this month's theme. This mix features five tracks from Brokntoys (including relatively new pieces by Barking and Champagne Mirrors) and two from Bass Agenda. Plus, of course, a bunch of old and weird tunes.
We continue the spooky theme from last week with more electro, this time at ~130. This mix features three tracks from Brokntoys, two from TRUST, and two from Touchin' Bass. A lot of strong pieces here, tracks I've been playing for a long time.
Spooky electro around 135 BPM. Tracks are good, set kinda wanders, gets crunchy at the end. This mix features three tunes from Brokntoys and two from Drivecom plus new-ish pieces by Lectromagnetique and Serge Geyzel.
Writing to report that the Harebrained Schemes Shadowrun games (Returns, Dragonfall, and Hong Kong) all run under FreeBSD. I got them working by following the Linux Binary Compatibility chapter of the FreeBSD Handbook (using the CentOS base system linux-c7 as instructed by 10.3) and then installing the linux-nvidia-libs package to support my graphics card. After that I was able to directly execute the Linux binaries downloaded from GOG. (This configuration is, of course, not officially supported by anyone. I got it to work but I can't guarantee that it'll work for anyone else.)
I like these games a lot. They're an interesting combination of tactical combat RPG and '90s Shadowrun novelization. The second one, Dragonfall, is my favorite of the trilogy, I think it has the best balance of those elements. I've had a rare crash or two while playing Dragonfall but otherwise all three games run flawlessly for me.