I didn't see any thread for this, so I made this one. If I made a mistake feel free to lock it, and point me in the right direction.
I've been using StepMania since 3.9 (and it's awesome) and I was really happy to see the new beta released, since b2 was a bit buggy.
However, the old beta had very clear instructions on the compilation and installation process for the Linux port, but the new one does not. So my question is, how do I do it? The only info I could find on the site was a list of dependencies.
Does it just install like a standard tarball? Or is there some other crazy series of commands I don't know? Any help would be appreciated!
Hello to help peoples to find a solution, you should give more informations like:
-your system (distribution and version)
-What exactly do you do in your terminal (copy what is inside between code balise here)
Basically, to install a program for sources, you need to do three things:
-configure will check for dependancies (programs that stepmania need to work )
-make will built stepmania
-make-install will install in the right directories the differents files created by make.
"./" is used to say at the PC "launch this".
After that, it will work. It works for me (but i use AUR :D , more simple)
Last edited: 8 April 2014 4:46am