Installation Instructions

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This page explains how to install the game Hero of Allacrost. The installation process is dependent on which operating system your computer is using.


Contents

BSD

FreeBSD

Install Hero of Allacrost from ports collection:

cd /usr/ports/games/allacrost
make install clean

NetBSD

OpenBSD

Linux

Debian

To use the Debian package, please perform the following steps.

  • Edit /etc/apt/sources.list, and add the following line:
deb http://debian.ettin.org/allacrost unstable main
  • If you are running Debian etch, use the following sources instead:
deb http://debian.ettin.org/allacrost etch-backports main
  • The repository is signed, and packages can be checked using this gpg key. To enable the verification, you can simply run this command:
wget http://debian.ettin.org/key.gpg -O - | sudo apt-key add -
  • Finally, execute the following command. After the installation is complete, you can start the game by typing allacrost at the command line.
apt-get update && apt-get install allacrost-demo

OS X

Download the OS X version of our latest build from our Sourceforge page. Unzip the file and mount the dmg. Drag the .app bundle to your Applications directory. Unmount the dmg, and double-click on Allacrost to play.

Windows

Download the Windows version of our latest build from our Sourceforge page. It should unzip into a folder called Allacrost. Go into the folder and double-click Allacrost.exe to play.

Source

Installing from source means you will have to compile the game yourself. But first, you'll need the Allacrost code. Either get the tarball from our Sourceforge page, or check it out from our Subversion Repository.

Linux

If you are compiling from source for the first time, you will first have to execute the following command from inside the allacrost/ directory:

autoreconf -i

After that run:

./configure && make

followed by an optional

make install

OS X

From the Terminal you may follow the same commands as listed for Linux.

Windows

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