A simple installation could be done by simply running:
A more comprehensive alternative is:
make -j2 TILES=1 SOUND=1 RELEASE=1 LUA=1 USE_HOME_DIR=1
The -j2 flag means it will compile with two parallel processes. It can be omitted or changed to -j4 in a more modern processor. If there is no desire to use lua, or have sound, those flags can also be ommitted. The USE_HOME_DIR flag places the user files, like configurations and saves into the home folder, making It easier for backups, and can also be omitted.
##Cross-compiling to linux 32-bit from linux 64-bit