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ssf's picture
Game: Roll 'm Up

If you still have trouble try to build a new one from source or extract a deb(it is much easier eg: ar p $DEB.deb data.tar.gz|tar zx). Put the extracted libary(under usr/lib) in your game folder and use the LD_LIBRARY_PATH- or LD_PRELOAD-variable to start your game.

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  • Curly Brace's picture
    Game: Roll 'm Up

    Sorry, I don't have a Gentoo machine currently available, so I can't check it personally. The RPM contains prebuilt, just extract the package. I've tested it with Ubuntu and it works flawlessly.

    ssf's picture

    you can find precompiled libs on their sf page (SFML-1.5-dev-linux-32.tar.gz), download and extract the lib folder to your game path, start your game with LD_LIBRARY_PATH=./lib ./mochicat

    Holsten's picture
    Game: Roll 'm Up

    which is a bsd binary - bsd binaries dosnt work on a pure linux
    system. the rpm is linked in the text

    berserk9779's picture
    Game: Hobocat

    libsmfl-graphics.1.5 is no more available in the Ubuntu repositories.
    Symbolic link with version 1.6 doesn't help

    Curly Brace's picture
    Game: Hobocat

    And it is written that every day shall be Caturday ! ^_^

    Anixx's picture
    Game: Roll 'm Up

    I run it from binary tarball. About what RPM do you speak?

    vurdalak's picture
    Game: Minecraft

    It's a great sandbox and it has many features of the great Dwarf Fortress. I play it every day, and I am going to buy the game.