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Post by hardskinone » 26 Sep 2004, 12:24

Hi,
in 'linux.txt' section four is in 'TODO'.

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4) Installing the JGmod library
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This is not included in any distribution. Download source package from here:
 http://www.geocities.com/jeffery_guan/jgmod/jgmod.zip
 
1) extract archive and 'cd' into the directory
2) run 'sh fixunix.sh'
3) cd in 'src' subdirectory
4) run 'make' and 'make install as root
5) now you should have following files:
   /usr/local/lib/libjgmod.so
   /usr/local/include/jgmod.h

*Note for GNU/Gentoo user:
  It's possible that 'make install' command create a file named /usr/local/include instead. To fix rename it 'jgmod.h', create a dir '/usr/local/include/' and put in that file.
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Post by ElvenProgrammer » 26 Sep 2004, 18:01

Thank you for the help, it has already been added to CVS 8)
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No JGMod

Post by MathGeek » 14 Nov 2004, 00:43

The link to the jgmod file is broken. Can anyone point me in the right direction?
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Post by ElvenProgrammer » 14 Nov 2004, 09:07

I suppose you're using debian isn't it? 8)
Try to read the debian or linux guide in the docs folder, there's a reference for a debian package of jgmod and alfont
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Re: No JGMod

Post by Shura » 14 Nov 2004, 21:41

MathGeek wrote:The link to the jgmod file is broken. Can anyone point me in the right direction?
i uploaded it to our webspace and hope jeffery's site will come back soon... anyway, here's the temporary link to jgmod:

JgMOD

if the original site stays offline, i will permanently move a copy to the download section.
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Post by MathGeek » 15 Nov 2004, 05:02

Thanks for all the help. I got everything up and running. "debian.txt" was missing the "d" in the links to the deb files. Can't believe I didn't catch that earlier.
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