Mosr compiled Mudlet from my guide...
That makes me so happy.
Edit: Actually, I'm really glad to see all of you who have compiled it from my guide. I wasn't sure if that long night of coffee and cigs and Ubuntu was actually going to be useful to anyone.
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- Sat Oct 30, 2010 12:22 am
- Forum: Howtos, FAQs and Tips & Tricks
- Topic: Howto: Compile Mudlet on Ubuntu
- Replies: 16
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Thanks for posting that with the fix as well. No change needs to be made in the guide then, heh. As per http://forums.mudlet.org/viewtopic.php?f=9&t=1775 if you run into problems while using ATI video cards (either with poor performance, mapper crashes, or X Window Server crashing while using Mudlet...
hi nexa33 firstly - I have not used mudlet's ppa repository on ubuntu. My first attempt to use it resulted in a buggy client, and I didn't try again after that. I would highly recommend building mudlet from source - it's pretty easy to do on ubuntu 10.10, and is likely going to result in a faster, m...
- Mon Oct 25, 2010 4:54 am
- Forum: Help Forum
- Topic: "fix new text to be on eits own line" - option
- Replies: 5
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hi tarrant - GA stands for 'go-ahead' and the GA-signal is a way for remote servers to signal to the terminal that it is time to pass control to the user --> there's nothing else to output, take input now. now days, depending on server implementation, GA signals may be required on both ends of the c...
- Fri Oct 15, 2010 4:12 pm
- Forum: Mudlet Development
- Topic: Linux build instructions
- Replies: 2
- Views: 1478
Instructions for compiling Mudlet on Ubuntu found here (http://forums.mudlet.org/viewtopic.php?f=8&t=1750) addressed this issue as well. However, I supplied: liblua5.1-rex-pcre-dev & liblua5.1-sql-sqlite3-dev I'm pretty sure Ubuntu automatically grabbed the two you listed as part of those dev packag...
Crossover... You are using Mac? Weird. I really expected you to be on Linux. =P I got it to run on Linux under WINE. (Actually, I've gotten -everything- to run in Wine. A buddy and I forked a distro a while back specifically for running Linux on Apple's iPod music players. Long story short: I got Wo...
Hmm, looks to me like -- with the new nexus client you linked to -- IRE is trying to make a Revelation-style interface to the games. Why bother with fancy, expensive GUIs when simple text-boxes can list vital character information? Edit: If you don't know what Revelation is, check out http://www.kal...