For how many of these are there functional Linux versions?

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Re: For how many of these are there functional Linux version

Post by Dann Corbit » Tue Oct 17, 2017 4:50 am

Maybe a static link would help.
Might be slightly different versions of the compiler compared to the DLL files on the other system.
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Re: For how many of these are there functional Linux version

Post by elcabesa » Tue Oct 17, 2017 6:46 am

Volker Pittlik wrote:
elcabesa wrote:Vajolet can be compiled for linux and raspberry if you like :)
Both would be interesting for me. I tried the makefile from github. It works fine but the resulting Vajolet2 2.3.1 exe caused a memory access violation.

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Edit makefile and remove -static options from the linker. It should be at line 133.

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Make clean
Make all

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Re: For how many of these are there functional Linux version

Post by Volker Pittlik » Tue Oct 17, 2017 7:49 am

elcabesa wrote:...

Sorry it's my fault.
Edit makefile and remove -static options from the linker. It should be at line 133.

Retry by doing
Make clean
Make all

Now it should work
Already found out, please see the other thread. Your program runs fine here now. I also recommend to avoid the .exe suffix. Otherwise my Linux tries to start it with wine.
Thank you for this engine!

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