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$ apt-get install ufoai
Latest revision as of 20:56, 16 January 2017
Installating UFO:AI on Linux
Depending on your distribution, packages for UFO:AI may be available or not. If not or if the package is not up-to-date you will have to compile the game from source. In both cases, check the download page to get the installation files.
Ubuntu has a package available in their main repository since 16.04 LTS Xenial Xerus. You can install the game from the Ubuntu Software Center or via command-line package management tools.
$ sudo apt-get install ufoai
You must configure your package managre to add rpmfusion repository. Add the two following lines in your source list:
Then refresh your package list and select UFO:AI for installation.
First download both source and data files from the download page. Then check compiling on Debian while ignoring downloading the latest developpment version (you already have the source).
First download both source and data files from the download page. Then check compiling on Suse while ignoring downloading the latest version (you already have the source).
See the generic compilation instructions for other distributions.