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Answering the LGP (Linux Game Publishing) DRM questions

Feb 28, 2009, 06:04 (0 Talkback[s])

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"The first and most important issue I would like to address is that no, you do NOT require internet access to install or to play the games, you do not need a disc in your drive, and you do not need to enter in your key or password every time you play. These are all myths. You need to enter a key and password (and optionally your email address) when you install the game, and that is it. You do not need to worry about it again.

"Our system uses a policy of 'Innocent until proven guilty' which means that you can ALWAYS play your game, unless the system knows for a fact that there is a reason you shouldn't. This is the opposite to most DRM systems, which assume you do not have the right to, unless you prove you can."

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