Good night everybody :) hmm i think Linux haven’t best game like windows or macintosh but Linux does have and free :D
today i have free time and i confused to do what? i search game high-definition and of course always free as open source :D
and i found RTS game and i am interested, this name game 0ad. this game can be installed on slackware? i have million question and wondered whether can enough in specification my laptop, after i visit to website this game can be installed and spec requirements RAM 512 Mb. okay finally i installed game on my Slackware Linux.
if you want install, first step you can find on SlackBuild and search suite your slackware :D
before installing 0ad game, 0ad game requires OpenAL and 0ad-data so you download all.
after download all, you just build this game that installed on Slackware :)
1. first you extract OpenAL and 0ad-data, after extract you entry to the directory which has been extracted :
1 2 3 # cd /OpenAL # chmod +x OpenAL.SlackBuild # ./OpenAL.SlackBuild
wait untill done, and then you run :
1 2 3 4 5 # installpkg /tmp/OpenAL......... (result of building software) and then you entry directory 0ad-data # cd 0ad-data/ # chmod +x 0ad-data.SlackBuild # ./0ad-data.SlackBuild
after done, equate with the above steps
and last step you extract 0ad and then extry directory:
1 2 3 \# cd 0ad \# chmod +x 0ad.SlackBuild \# ./0ad.SlackBuild
and then same the above steps.
okay 0ad game has installed on your computer or laptop :D
if you want play, you can called with konsole (KDE) terminal (GNOME) :
1 $ 0ad
Screenshot 0ad Game :
thanks before, correct me if i wrong okay :)
if you want any question, you can email me or comments :D