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Linux problem on exported game?

  • 05:44

    Could you give me feedback on my game?

    05:44

    http://gamejolt.com/games/thesaurum-hunter/103556

    05:46

    well

    05:46

    1. the HTML5 version build is NOT working

    05:46

    IK

    05:46

    that is construct 2s fault

    05:46

    Try a different browser?

    05:46

    i tried in chrome

    05:46

    no use trying anything else

    05:47

    Thats weird.. yeah try the downloadable version

    05:47

    you should fix that or remove html5 build

    05:47

    downloading

    05:47

    Yeah I will do that

    05:47

    It works sometimes? But thats the game engines fault

    05:47

    ok

    05:48

    I downloaded the zip

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    and what now?

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    extracted

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    btw

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    extract it

    05:49

    i downloaded the linux version

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    You use linux?

    05:49

    yep

    05:50

    gonna try my luck with this build

    05:50

    but dunnno how 2 run it

    05:50

    Click on the exe

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    Should I include instructions in the desc?

    05:51

    gimme a moment

    05:51

    maybe im just stupid

    05:51

    gimme a moment

    05:52

    Is something wrong with it?

    05:54

    ok well

    05:54

    I am missing

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    "dependencies"

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    and needed to do

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    sudo apt-get install libnss3:i386

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    sudo apt-get install libgconf2-4

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    chmod +x thesaurumhunter

    05:55

    ?

    05:55

    <img src="{SMILIES_PATH}/icon_e_smile.gif" alt=":)" title="Smile">

    05:55

    this is quite

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    standard in linux

    05:55

    I will post this to there website and see what I get as response?

    05:55

    Cuz this is an error in the program not on my end

    05:56

    the last error I get

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    is

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    $ ./thesaurumhunter ./thesaurumhunter: error while loading shared libraries: libgconf-2.so.4: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory

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    even tho: sudo apt-get install libgconf2-4 should've fixed id

    05:56

    ok i'll download windows and try to run it

    05:56

    windwos build*

    05:57

    I am very sorry IDK why this is happening

    05:57

    dont worry

    05:57

    i am sure you will solve this problem

    05:57

    what library did you use?

    05:57

    you can post our conversation on their forum they'll maybe know something

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  • "05:50

    Click on the exe"

    Who ever is giving you Linux help is "full of shit". The Linux binary files are not .EXE.

    in Ubuntu just double click on the binary file, other Linux distros do this from the command-line:

    .sh YourGamenamehere

    or

    /sh YourGamenameHere

    or

    ./ YourGameNameHere

    most modern distros will have the MIME set for executing binary files properly by default. If not set it to the above command that works with your distro as the application to open it.

    As far as the HTML documents not loading, just change the MIME type so that they load in Firefox or Chromium. By default most distros have HTML file open in an IDE like Komposer or a text editor.

    Also run the browser from a console, and you will be able to see anything that the browser is complaining about like missing Libraries in the console.

    "sudo apt-get install libnss3:i386"

    ONLY IF YOU ARE RUNNING A 32 bit processor. If you are running a 64 bit processor, then you will need both the 32 and 64 bit version.

    "libgconf2-4"

    Only need this if you are running GNOME desktop. And you need to configure said windows manager. Has nothing to do with running HTML5 games in a browser. It is to tweak the window manager known as "GNOME". If you are running Gnome those files are usually installed by default.

    http://packages.ubuntu.com/search?keywords=libgconf2-4

    can you compile a "Dummy" package and upload it for us to test?

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