From Hero of Allacrost
This page explains how to install the game Hero of Allacrost. The installation process is dependent on which operating system your computer is using.
Install Hero of Allacrost from ports collection:
cd /usr/ports/games/allacrost make install clean
To use the Debian package, please perform the following steps.
- Add one of the following entries in your /etc/apt/sources.list, depending on which version of Debian you are running:
- Debian Etch (stable):
deb http://debian.ettin.org/allacrost etch-backports main
- Debian Lenny/Sid (testing/unstable):
deb http://debian.ettin.org/allacrost unstable main
- Debian Etch (stable):
- 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
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.
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.
Building and Installing from 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.
GNU/Linux and OS X
Inside a terminal, execute the following commands from inside the allacrost/ directory:
autoreconf -i ./configure && make sudo make install
Note that "make install" is optional, and you must run it as root, or use sudo. You can run allacrost from within the source allacrost/ directory by running "./allacrost".
Visual Studio (VS) 2005
Load the Allacrost VS Project file, Allacrost.vcproj. It is in the root directory of the source archive.
Download develop package from http://www.allacrost.org/staff/libs/win/allarost-dep-win32-vc8sp1.zip, and add them to proper include and lib directories in vs2005.
At last, you have to copy all dll files to your project directory. (you can find those in allacrost windows demo directory, download from sourceforge)
This does not include the map editor, you have to install QT (kind of windows programming framework) for compiling that. Currently we're using QT 4.3.
MinGW (from Linux)
These are instructions for cross-compiling Allacrost for Windows from Linux. I have only tested this using the sources from svn. You will need mingw installed on a Linux machine. In Debian or Ubuntu, this is as simple as "aptitude install mingw32".
Download the Allacrost dependencies from http://www.allacrost.org/staff/user/winter_knight/allacrost-win32-depends-mingw.zip. Unzip this file into your home directory. Now change to the root directory of your Allacrost source archive (ie ~/svn/allacrost/demo/). Execute the following:
cp ~/allacrost-win32-depends/Makefiles/allacrost-Makefile . make
If you unzipped the allacrost-win32-depends-mingw.zip file into a directory other than ~, you will need to modify the LDFLAGS and INCLUDES directories in the Makefile appropriately. If, due to future changes to the allacrost project, this Makefile no longer works, you can find instructions for recreating it in ~/allacrost-win32-depends/HOWTO.