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うろつき, an endless 1k intro for linux by Ye Olde Laptops Posse code: w23 (email@example.com) palette model: korvin additional testing: decelas created somewhere in the middle of august 2011 "partyversion" released 28.08.2011 @ Hackday17*, Novosibirsk, Russia was unfinished atm (just shader, 854 bytes) and didn't have any audio -- * - Hackday is not a demoscene event. was somewhat completed 10.09.2011 could fight back a couple of bytes more, 11.09.2011 a story continues... REQUIREMENTS: - oldskool 2004-like GPU - at least 32-bit x86 cpu with fpu unit - Linux w/ X11+OpenGL+SDL COMPILATION: - tools: GNU make, NASM - howto: make KNOWN ISSUES (LOL LINUX!!1) with workarounds! 1) Ubuntu (x86_64?) doesn't have a proper symlink for the libSDL.so, so for the time being you have the following options: a. make it yourself (/usr/lib32/libSDL.so should point to libSDL-1.2.so) b. use LD_PRELOAD=/usr/lib32/libSDL-1.2.so (it will complain a bit, but nonetheless run properly) c. use the fix_ubuntu scripts: fix_ubuntu.sh urotsuki_<moderes> d. edit sources and replace libSDL.so with something your system has 2) Ubuntu's default /usr/lib32/libGL.so symlinks to Mesa's libGL.so, which is in no way correct one if you're using proprietary drivers. In this case use LD_LIBRARY_PATH=/usr/lib32/nvidia-current or whatever (fglrx?). Gentoo, for example, always symlinks to a correct OpenGL implementation. There are fix_ubuntu_nvidia scripts for your convenience. 3) Mesa (opensource drivers) and (Nvidia) proprietary drivers produce slightly different colors for yet unknown reason. 4) AMD/ATI's fglrx was not tested. If you're "happy" enough to run some, please try this baby and tell firstname.lastname@example.org about your experience. Thanks. 5) No other distros except Ubuntu and Gentoo have been tested. I'll be happy to help in case you have any issues. PS and yeah, plasma effect is old and lame, but we're also lame, and our laptops are old enough for their GPUs not to be able to do branching in shaders. :( next time we'll come up with something less retarded