Nice to read that ... :)
minetest(19 posts) (4 voices)
Hi.. I tested the version 0.4.4-1d (I should clarify that I'm an old player but he used minetest with openSUSE).
Before you pack, I decided to compile 0.4.3 and 0.4.4 minetest hand and Irrlicht in SliTaz, worked well, but with an error because it did not openal library, and difficult settings:
To run minetest need opengl direct rendering.
In my system I have
# Lspci | grep-i vga
00:0 d.0 VGA compatible controller: nVidia Corporation C61 [GeForce 7025 / nForce 630a] (rev a2)
as the driver had installed xorg-xf86-video-nv (which does not support rendering), I had to remove it and install nvidia-173xx (if supported rendering) and mesa-demos, after modified /etc/X11/xorg.conf.d/60-Device.conf - mojo solution to this problem in:
Result: minetest-0.4.4-1d.tazpkg works great, with sound included. -
the receipt has no dependencies, then
a) you previously compiled by hand irrlicht, libopenal and minetest on your system and then cooked Tazpkg?
b) that used irrlicht version? libopenal version?
No, i haven't compiled irrlicht. I fond a HowTo about compiling minetest for debian.
Because i couldn't found some development packages on SliTaz i "borrowed" me the missing packages from debian-squeeze and converted it to SliTaz and stored it in a subfolder named "needed_packages":
Because i am to lazy to make all in terminal i wrote a little "Installscript" for me
tazpkg get-install slitaz-toolchain
tazpkg get-install cmake
tazpkg get-install bzip2-dev
tazpkg get-install libpng-dev
tazpkg get-install xorg-libXxf86vm-dev
tazpkg get-install libogg-dev
tazpkg get-install libvorbis-dev
tazpkg get-install openal-dev
tazpkg get-install sqlite-dev
tazpkg get-install zlib-dev
tazpkg install ./needed_packages/libgl1-mesa-dev-7.7.1-5.tazpkg
tazpkg install ./needed_packages/libirrlicht-dev-1.7.1+dfsg1-1+b1.tazpkg
tazpkg install ./needed_packages/libjpeg8-dev-8b-1.tazpkg
Now you can compile all your own minetest versions:
cmake . -DRUN_IN_PLACE=0 -DCMAKE_INSTALL_PREFIX=/usr && make install
This works also for other distris like Puppy :)
After all i packed mintest by "hand"
But ... it shouldn't be needed to install libopenal
I packed the lib in the same folder like the minetest binary
and in \usr\bin is a script to start the game with the library-path:
I tryed out another libirrlicht version but the only working one was 1.7.1
The libopenal is from SliTaz and its version 1.14
I tested it with a unused SliTaz image and all was workling without need any package, but that was on my Acer Netbook. It seems there are driver-differents to other units.
Great job friend ..
I compiled by hand minetest-0.4.3 and 0.4.4 in SliTaz
Also compiled by hand Irrlicht-1.7.3
but works well, gives a little warning that not yet discovered the reason
Now I'm using the package cooked for you, it works very well.
Thanks for explaining the process, I wanted to know how he did it.
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