[SOLVED] trying to update TMW

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[SOLVED] trying to update TMW

Post by michellembrodeur » 29 Jul 2006, 15:08

I am trying to update TMW and get this error.

root@krynn:/home/michelle# dpkg -i tmw_0.0.16-1_i386.deb
(Reading database ... 138964 files and directories currently installed.)
Preparing to replace tmw 0.0.16-1 (using tmw_0.0.16-1_i386.deb) ...
Unpacking replacement tmw ...
dpkg: dependency problems prevent configuration of tmw:
tmw depends on libguichan (>= 0.4.0-2); however:
Package libguichan is not installed.
tmw depends on tmw-data (>= 0.0.16); however:
Package tmw-data is not configured yet.
dpkg: error processing tmw (--install):
dependency problems - leaving unconfigured
Errors were encountered while processing:
tmw
root@krynn:/home/michelle#

Now I check with Adept the package manager of Kubuntu 6.06 and it says
the installed version of libguichan is 0.4.0.4ubuntu2 which is higher then the 0.4.0.-2 its asking for.

So what is the problem and how do I fix it.

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Post by Matt » 29 Jul 2006, 17:04

Why the hell would you want to use 0.0.16? The latest version is 0.0.20. You can't even play correct with that old version. Just geht all -dev versions of the dependencies and compile yourself!
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Post by michellembrodeur » 29 Jul 2006, 17:09

Matt wrote:Why the hell would you want to use 0.0.16? The latest version is 0.0.20. You can't even play correct with that old version. Just geht all -dev versions of the dependencies and compile yourself!
When I went to download that is what is there for debian. that is why.
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Post by Modanung » 29 Jul 2006, 17:25

Yea, you can't play with older versions anymore and we don't have a new version ready for Debian.
If you're looking for 3D FOSS games be sure to check out LucKey Productions on itch.io
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Post by Master Ar2ro » 30 Jul 2006, 19:34

Here's a .deb created from the quite recent SVN checkout. I'm quite new to Linux myself, so I can't guarantee anything, but it works for me, and if it helps anyone I'm happy ;)
Was built under ubuntu 6.06.

http://ar2ro.niuniek.net/wp-download.ph ... 1_i386.deb
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Post by Matt » 30 Jul 2006, 22:07

Master Ar2ro wrote:Here's a .deb created from the quite recent SVN checkout. I'm quite new to Linux myself, so I can't guarantee anything, but it works for me, and if it helps anyone I'm happy ;)
Was built under ubuntu 6.06.

http://ar2ro.niuniek.net/wp-download.ph ... 1_i386.deb
checkinstall?
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Post by Master Ar2ro » 31 Jul 2006, 07:49

Yes. Is that wrong?
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Post by Bjørn » 31 Jul 2006, 16:25

Master Ar2ro wrote:Yes. Is that wrong?
I guess there is nothing wrong with it per se, but we have some files lying around in the repository for building official .deb packages. But so far I think only Bertram knew how to operate them and we haven't heard from him in a while.
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Post by Master Ar2ro » 05 Aug 2006, 21:36

May I ask someone to publish the file I posted somewhere else? Perhaps somewhere on the themanaworld.org website (as unofficial or something) as I've seen that there is a link on the ubuntugames.org to the file I posted ;)
It wasn't downloaded too many times as for now, but I don't have too much bandwidth available, and it might happen that the file becomes unavailable.
Ofcourse any official .deb packages would be even better :D
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Post by Matt » 06 Aug 2006, 10:01

I created a mirror here:
http://themanaworld.de/tmw_0.0.20.1-1_i386.deb

But i think you should mention that music isn't included in that deb.
(It isnt included in the tarball too, you can find it here: http://creatura.org/files/tmw/data/music/ | place it into yourtmwdirectory/data/music)
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Post by Master Ar2ro » 06 Aug 2006, 22:41

To be honest, up until now I didn't even know there's music for TMW :D
And I don't know where would I be supposed to mention that music's not included there... I only made that to help any people who had problems compiling it under debian/ubuntu. It wasn't intended to be a release, and I didn't expect that file to be linked to by other websites... but seems it was found quite fast - that's a good thing though ;)
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Post by Bjørn » 06 Aug 2006, 23:01

For Linux users and other people who downloaded the source release or a binary release without music, there is now an official tmwmusic package released at SF which should contain all the music currently used in the game.

http://prdownloads.sourceforge.net/them ... z?download
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