Compiled Ubuntu .deb for The Mana World

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Compiled Ubuntu .deb for The Mana World

Post by Zengrath » 14 Jul 2006, 04:26

If anyone needs the .deb for Ubuntu version of linux. Let me know. It took me a long while to learn how to compile. And since the current .deb seems to not be working on the website, maybe someone can upload mine? I don't know.

If anyone is interested send me a PM and hopefully i'll get back to you as soon as possible.
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Post by Bjørn » 16 Jul 2006, 11:49

Normally Bertram manages our .deb releases. Please try to get into contact with him about why the current .deb isn't working and how this problem may be solved.
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Post by Bjørn » 15 Aug 2006, 01:16

Simon K. Rosenaa (aka Artificial Intelligence) emailed me an Ubuntu Dapper package that should work. It is now available on our downloads page:

http://themanaworld.org/downloads.php
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Post by nayr » 17 Aug 2006, 16:26

hwarg-any chance of a 64-bit version coming? :D
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Post by Maughetar » 18 Aug 2006, 00:14

I have a generic PPC ubuntu dapper .deb, if anyone wants it.

However when I run it on my laptop, my character always moves downwards :( Is it possible to compile without joystick support?

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http://web.aanet.com.au/envirosaphe/hos ... owerpc.deb
Ubuntu (dapper) PowerPC build. Works on G3 (and presumably more powerful) ppc chips.

Tested on Pismo G3 powerbook @ 400mhz.
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Post by Maughetar » 19 Aug 2006, 15:07

The .deb I compiled doesn't have openGL support, but it runs fine on a 400mhz g3, so I don't know what the openGL support is for, or whether it causes any benefit. I can do one with openGL support if its needed.
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