[Gtkradiant] Linux/ppc compiling

Timothee Besset gtkradiant@zerowing.idsoftware.com
Tue, 25 Feb 2003 08:54:27 +0100

You should try to build a complete installer of version 1.3. There is not
much sense in trying to compile and run GtkRadiant on Linux ppc since
there are no games compiled for Linux ppc either (Q3 or RTCW). I suppose
Quake2 and Quake1 have been ported though.

Fetch the trunk of the cvs, and use ./cons -- setup to build a setup. If
you run this file you might get a chance. You can also tweak the Cons*
files to recognize the .ppc architecture and use .ppc extension. If you
make such changes please send a patch..


On Tue, 25 Feb 2003 00:43:20 +0100
"J. Volkmann" <jvolkmann@gmx.de> wrote:

> Hello,
> I am relatively new to the subject, but I try to make it short:
> I am trying to get gtkradiant to run on a linux/ppc machine (so a linux
> installed on a ppc machine). I used the howto in the faq, which was OK
> for me :-). Compiling works fine, no severe errors.
> I can even run the radiant.x86 file in the install dir (how sarcastic
> ;-) ) which of course brings an error.
> The problem is the following section:
> "Have a working installation of the official GtkRadiant release. This
> will setup config files and install the right files in the right spots."
> How to do a working installation? The .run doesn't work on linux/ppc:
> This installation doesn't support glibc-2.1 on Linux / ppc
> Please contact Id software technical support at bugs@idsoftware.com
> The program returned an error code (1)
> Anyone has a suggestion?
> Thanks,
> mfG Johannes