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Nacho, had you posted in just one place and simply read the replies rather than spamming all over, you’d probably see my reply to you, where I explain how to do it.
Edit: I didn’t realise that this wasn’t a new post asking the same thing but one of the two posted a few days ago (one of which I replied to), so I have to apologise for the harsh tone of this comment. For what it’s worth, the info you’re looking for is and was available in my original reply. Thanks to bazzz for bringing this to my attention.
i can’t make it work because i have got ubuntu 8.10
can you help me?
Either compile from source or use “alien” to convert the RPM to a DEB, which you can then install with “dpkg -i”.
Here’s what someone had to say on IRC about the release:
12:57 The .tar.gz for download at sourceforge.
12:57 It is not a .tar.gz
12:57 Is it an uncompressed tar
12:58 Scorched3D-42-src.tar.gz is not compressed.
12:58 Since it has a .tar.gz ending on it and is not compressed that causes an unexpected
problem for my download scripts.
12:59 Thanks for providing Scorched3D
12:59 I appreciate it.
I haven’t had a chance to download it myself, but the size of the tarball given on the download page is suspicious.
Glad to read that. As for the GCC 4.3 patch, I’m not particularly confident that I did it the right way, but it only adds a few headers (so no harm done if I messed up somewhere) and the game does fail to compile without it. But I’m sure distro packagers will take care of it even if you decide to hold off until after the release.
I see the sort-by-price patch has been committed to the repo. I’ve updated the top post accordingly. Thanks!
Thanks Dude looks like some good work, I’ll add it to the repository when I get into work tomorrow (my memory allowing 🙂 ).
That’s great. I’ll let you know when it starts to feel like nothing is happening.
It shouldn’t be too much trouble for him to pop this into the source in progress.
Yeah, that’s actually why I used the SVN code rather than 41.3. I honestly don’t expect anybody to commit the unmodified patch to the repo in a heartbeat, but I hope it’s enough to at least get the ball rolling, one way or another.
Laimīgu jauno gadu!
I wish i played the guitar that good.
So does the guy who made the video, I bet.
I am banned.
You are banned.
He is banned.
She is banned.
It is banned.
We are banned.
They are banned.
Merry Christmas to you too, Apache. 😉
Thanks, Acid. That’s a good enough answer to me.
I used to advocate this when I was admin I guess, so I feel partially responsible for the current situation where every last little admin action is discussed in public. To be honest though, it is starting to look more and more like a mistake to me.
Considering I started the topic, I can’t help but feel all this rhetoric is targeted at me. I didn’t set out to “discuss every last little admin action in public” and I hope you’re not implying that the title “admin” really does amount to “can ban people”, because that’s pretty much the only thing ever being “discussed in public”. I am allergic to abuse of authority, though. I mean, how difficult can it be to answer “why was X banned”? Why does somebody get banned and then unbanned in a matter of days? Why do you feel the need to rant about admin greatness or about undesirable public discussions? And why the hell do these ridiculous questions even occur to me when this is supposed to be an open community of an open-source project?
@laptops Daddy wrote:
god damn it! what do you expect from these people? the admins here are about the tamest, friendly and approachable, mild mannered authority figures ive ever come across.
Are you talking to me? You’re not making a whole lot of sense, man. If admins were a bunch of randomly abusive assholes, I’m sure you would see a lot less of “whining”, but thankfully that’s not the case. Notice how I said “you”, because I sure as hell wouldn’t want to be a part of a community like that. That last sentence in the quote is very true, and that’s exactly why it bothers me when someone gets banned and it’s not clear why. I don’t even care if it was a mistake, just admit it, unban the poor guy and let’s all move on.
rommel, i dont think you are unpopular. ive always thought of you as a likeable kind of guy. its refreshing to see someone ready to go to such lengths to stand up for what they believe in.
I thoroughly enjoy playing against people who play the game in a sort of “non-conventional” manner, and Rommel is one of them. But I recognise the fact that many more people dislike him because of the same exact thing, which is where my “unpopular” claim comes from.
You still invite an argument with every post. This time by insinuating that I would lie anyway. I therefore ‘feel’ to not bother at the moment.
Sorry? In order to tell the truth or lie, you actually have to say something; as far as I’m aware, you haven’t said anything at all. We’ve got Rommel’s side of the story, why don’t you share yours?
Here’s some evidence that six digits are still not enough! I had help from Naka, who selflessly gave away all his cash in round 9 to support my cause. Surprisingly, I also won that game, with nothing but baby missiles (and a ****load of cash). 🙂