Linux Installation

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Source Code

The recommended way to install ENIGMA on Linux is by using the source code. Debian users should follow the instructions below and Arch users can follow the Arch Setup instructions.

In addition, there is an easier method for those of which whom use Debian or Ubuntu based distributions;

Easy method for Debian and Ubuntu users
Simply copy and paste this code into a file called install.sh and run it. If it doesn't run make sure you have given it permission to be run as an executable.
#!/bin/bash
cd
echo "Installing dependencies..."
sudo apt-get install g++ zlib1g-dev libglew-dev libglm-dev libglu1-mesa-dev libalure-dev libvorbisfile3 libvorbis-dev libbox2d-dev libdumb1-dev git default-jre wget
echo "Downloading Enigma..."
git clone git://github.com/enigma-dev/enigma-dev.git
cd enigma-dev
echo "Downloading easy startup script..."
wget http://pastebin.com/raw/6ZmrzWKP -O start.sh
sed -i -e 's/\r$//' start.sh
echo "Correcting permissions..."
chmod +x start.sh
chmod +x install.py
echo "Installing..."
./install.py
cd CompilerSource
echo "Rebuilding compiler..."
make clean
make
echo "Done, to start Enigma just run ~/enigma-dev/start.sh"
   sudo apt-get install g++ zlib1g-dev libglew-dev libglm-dev libglu1-mesa-dev libalure-dev libvorbisfile3 libvorbis-dev libdumb1-dev libbox2d-dev

Packages

In addition, packages for ENIGMA exist. The following list of packages are available for various Linux distributions which offer easy installation.

Binaries

You will also need the LateralGM and ENIGMA plugin binaries. You can install those automatically by invoking python on install.py, ie,

   python install.py

Or you can obtain them manually per these instructions.


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