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Fourth "stable" release

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Simple installation for Windows (Windows XP and newer, I don't know whether it works on Windows 2000):

  • download "nfs2se-win32.zip" and unpack it,
  • insert original CD-ROM with "Need For Speed II SE" (or mount/unpack CD image),
  • copy "fedata" and "gamedata" directories into previously unpacked "Need For Speed II SE" directory,
  • run "nfs2se.exe"!

Linux requirements:

  • x86 CPU (if you have 64-bit Linux you must install all needed 32-bit libraries),
  • 32-bit glibc 2.9 or newer,
  • 32-bit X11 (libX11.so.6, libXext.so.6, libXinerama.so.1, libXrandr.so.2, libXxf86vm.so.1, libXss.so.1),
  • 32-bit OpenGL (libGL.so.1).

The Linux installation is similar to Windows installation except one thing: all files and directories MUST have small letters (script for changing this is available inside package)!

The game requires at least OpenGL 1.1 or 2.0 (depends on executable).
The executable file is dynamically linked to SDL 2.0.20.

539ec7e3a87d51c32e03f1791928b12d16fa484b  nfs2se-linux.tar.gz
12528b56b75991c8c35f60d7287dbef640b81ecb  nfs2se-src.tar.gz
877b266c36574f35b69b65dc06023cdaea939eca  nfs2se-win32.zip

Third "stable" release

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Simple installation for Windows (Windows XP and newer, I don't know whether it works on Windows 2000):

  • download "nfs2se-win32.zip" and unpack it,
  • insert original CD-ROM with "Need For Speed II SE" (or mount/unpack CD image),
  • copy "fedata" and "gamedata" directories into previously unpacked "Need For Speed II SE" directory,
  • run "nfs2se.exe"!

Linux requirements:

  • x86 CPU (if you have 64-bit Linux you must install all needed 32-bit libraries),
  • 32-bit glibc 2.4 or newer,
  • 32-bit X11 (libX11.so.6, libXext.so.6, libXinerama.so.1, libXrandr.so.2, libXxf86vm.so.1, libXss.so.1),
  • 32-bit OpenGL (libGL.so.1).

The Linux installation is similar to Windows installation except one thing: all files and directories MUST have small letters (script for changing this is available inside package)!

The game requires at least OpenGL 2 or 1.1 (depends on executable). If OpenGL 2 is not supported, please use nfs2se-gl1 executable.
The executable file is statically linked to SDL 2.0.8.

SHA-1 (nfs2se-win32.zip): 0d3b11ab6db844760b624b4b1acac0f5b9ac26d7
SHA-1 (nfs2se-linux.tar.gz): 1fa9553d51afedba9e675ca1167fe811020536ad
SHA-1 (nfs2se-src.tar.gz): b4253d2dad52f05b0681eeb8ca6fb85c086e19be

Second "stable" release

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Simple installation for Windows (Windows XP and newer, I don't know whether it works on Windows 2000):

  • download "nfs2se-win32.zip" and unpack it,
  • insert original CD-ROM with "Need For Speed II SE" (or mount/unpack CD image),
  • copy "fedata" and "gamedata" directories into previously unpacked "Need For Speed II SE" directory,
  • run "nfs2se.exe"!

Linux requirements:

  • x86 CPU (if you have 64-bit Linux you must install all needed 32-bit libraries),
  • 32-bit glibc 2.3.4 or newer,
  • 32-bit X11 (libX11.so.6, libXext.so.6, libXinerama.so.1, libXrandr.so.2, libXxf86vm.so.1),
  • 32-bit OpenGL (libGL.so.1).

The Linux installation is similar to Windows installation except one thing: all files and directories MUST have small letters (script for changing this is available inside package)!

The OS X file is created by @JoshuaPettus. It can automatically copy the data from the original game CD-ROM.

The game requires OpenGL 1.1 or newer.
The executable file is statically linked to SDL 2.0.4.

SHA-1 (nfs2se-win32.zip): 499642b61e7437129dd76bd9593451b3f91a23cf
SHA-1 (nfs2se-linux.tar.gz): a6d6dedbed354d279f5aebb7d1b7721bde4c3014
SHA-1 (nfs2se-src.tar.gz): 3d979d36526854d604ae7031f205dc7aedb4bb27
SHA-1 (nfs2se-OSX-10.6-v1.1.1.dmg): aab74605c4ecdbd5c34c215f58508aee198fe434
SHA-1 (nfs2se-OSX-10.6-v1.1.2.dmg): 76e9a8f0f0bf03e9ed07eefe963ed852f82cab37

First "stable" release

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Simple installation for Windows (Windows XP and newer, I don't know whether it works on Windows 2000):

  • download "nfs2se-win32.zip" and unpack it,
  • insert original CD-ROM with "Need For Speed II SE" (or mount/unpack CD image),
  • copy "fedata" and "gamedata" directories into previously unpacked "Need For Speed II SE" directory,
  • run "nfs2se.exe"!

Linux requirements:

  • x86 CPU (if you have 64-bit Linux you must install all needed 32-bit libraries),
  • 32-bit glibc 2.3.4 or newer,
  • 32-bit X11 (libX11.so.6, libXext.so.6, libXinerama.so.1, libXrandr.so.2, libXxf86vm.so.1),
  • 32-bit OpenGL (libGL.so.1),
  • all 32-bit libraries mustn't require 16-byte stack alignment, otherwise the game will crash (will be fixed in next release),

The Linux installation is similar to Windows installation except one thing: all files and directories MUST have small letters!

The game requires OpenGL 1.1 or newer.
The executable file is statically linked to SDL 2.0.4.

SHA1 (nfs2se-win32.zip): d986414a53e8defdfe075d40f2bb7d5502e79d84
SHA1 (nfs2se-linux.tar.gz): 82d1f4f1d9d1d10771677007854ad8d591c06722