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Old February 25, 2015, 13:52   #11
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That Windows frontend there refers to configuring for Microsoft Windows.

Personally I prefer playing in a large 256color xterm (curses frontend) over the X11 frontend.
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Nice - your way works, Chris! I now have a status window, equipment window, and messages window. Sweet!

Thanks again!
fyi the packages of 3.5.1 are now in Debian unstable, along with angband-audio for Dubtrain's sounds. Even if you're not running unstable you can download and install them specifically.

They'll be in Ubuntu Vivid (15.4), I understand.

The X11 port doesn't support tiles, IIRC. You need to run with -msdl to use tiles.
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fyi the packages of 3.5.1 are now in Debian unstable, along with angband-audio for Dubtrain's sounds. Even if you're not running unstable you can download and install them specifically.

They'll be in Ubuntu Vivid (15.4), I understand.

The X11 port doesn't support tiles, IIRC. You need to run with -msdl to use tiles.


Ahhh - HA. I'll give -msdl a try then.

Yes, it works . . . or . . . no it doesn't either.



guy@sparky:~/Src/angband-3.5.1$ ./angband -g -- -msdl
./angband: Ignoring option: -msdl


Apparently, I still don't have sdl turned on. Hmmmm . . . I need to look things over one more time.
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Ohhhh! I've got this thing at least halfway figured out!

Every time I messed with SDL in Synaptic, I ended up with a broken package. I went to this page, and installed SDL from scratch - no Debian packaging.

https://wiki.libsdl.org/Installation

THEN, I configured and make and make install my downloaded Angband3.5.1 and it works!!

SDL works, although, I've not figured out how to make the window and/or graphics fit my screen and/or my desires.

WHOOT!

Things are looking up. All I need to figure out are startup options!
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