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Making Linux Zero-K download easier

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10/10/2017 1:04:43 PMGBrankVermind before revert after revert
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1 I have checked out the deb, thanks! 1 I have checked out the deb, thanks!
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3 Looks like the deb downloads Chobby into /usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/Zero-K/Chobby.exe and includes an icon and a shortcut. 3 Looks like the deb downloads Chobby into /usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/Zero-K/Chobby.exe and includes an icon and a shortcut.
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5 @gajop, dependecies as specified in the DEBIAN/control file (you can see this by opening the deb with gdebi-gtk and click control). 5 @gajop, dependecies as specified in the DEBIAN/control file (you can see this by opening the deb with gdebi-gtk and click control).
6 Depends: mono-complete, libsdl2-2.0-0, libopenal1, libcurl3 6 Depends: mono-complete, libsdl2-2.0-0, libopenal1, libcurl3
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8 The deb, when installing, says it's installed, but it does not seem to run properly: 8 The deb, when installing, says it's installed, but it does not seem to run properly:
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10 /usr/bin/Zero-K/Zero-K 10 /usr/bin/Zero-K/Zero-K
11 /usr/bin/Zero-K/Zero-K: 9: cd: can't cd to /home/lagerspe/Zero-K1 11 /usr/bin/Zero-K/Zero-K: 9: cd: can't cd to /home/lagerspe/Zero-K1
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13 That folder does not exist. When I change the script to use Zero-K instead of Zero-K1, then it works. 13 That folder does not exist. When I change the script to use Zero-K instead of Zero-K1, then it works.
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15 Lintian is also complaining, for example about the user test/test instead of root/root. Full lintian output: https://pastebin.com/57EQBFzv 15 Lintian is also complaining, for example about the user test/test instead of root/root. Full lintian output: https://pastebin.com/57EQBFzv
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17 Also, if you use the icon name without full path, it allows icon themes to change the look of the icon, which is better than fixing it to the current icon. For example, people can make a monochrome icon for ZK in a theme without having to fight with the package. 17 Also, if you use the icon name without full path, it allows icon themes to change the look of the icon, which is better than fixing it to the current icon. For example, people can make a monochrome icon for ZK in a theme without having to fight with the package.
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19 Why do you have /usr/bin/Zero-K/Zero-K and not just /usr/bin/Zero-K as the script name? 19 Why do you have /usr/bin/Zero-K/Zero-K and not just /usr/bin/Zero-K as the script name?
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21 Chobby is able to download things, but obviously, Chobby will not be able to update itself since the binary is owned by root after install. One approach to fix this would be to have the /usr/bin/Zero-K script copy Chobby.exe from /usr/lib... to $HOME/Zero-K. Then each user will have the version of Chobby downloaded at install time to start with, and it will update itself separately for each user.