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flipflipsen

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Pak 128 and Ubuntu
« on: October 28, 2010, 04:48:58 PM »
Hello,

I installed Simutrans via the sofware channel in Ubuntu.

When I start Simutrans I can make a choiche between pak.Britain and pak (64)

I downloaded the normal pak128 and like to use it.
I copied the pak128 and pasted into the same map as the pak128.Britain.

But this doesn't work.

Wat to do?

Thanks in advance, Flip

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Re: Pak 128 and Ubuntu
« Reply #1 on: October 28, 2010, 07:15:06 PM »
You're telling you copied the files of pak128 into pak128.Britain?

If so, I'm not sure but yoshi already talked about it with pak.japan & pak128.
Some files work when in another pak, but some may conflict, you need to find what files can be copied.
I think the goods are the principal problem.

flipflipsen

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Re: Pak 128 and Ubuntu
« Reply #2 on: October 28, 2010, 07:19:35 PM »
Hello,

My problem is solved.

I copied the pak128 into the same map as pak128.Britain,as i wrote before:  /usr/share/games/simutrans.

The rights for the pak128 map were originally: map access, none.

I changed it to                                                   : map access, everyone.

now it works well.

Sorry for the inconvenience, Flip

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Re: Pak 128 and Ubuntu
« Reply #3 on: November 15, 2010, 11:48:30 PM »
An dz, there might have been confusion, map is dutch for folder (e.g. directory) i think. English map would be kaart, but has likely the same etymology and becomes a false friend.

flipflipsen

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Re: Pak 128 and Ubuntu
« Reply #4 on: November 16, 2010, 04:52:25 PM »
Hi,

When I wrote map, I mean directory indeed.

My solution now is:

I uninstalled Simutrans, from Ubuntu.
I download the nighty buid, and also all the paks.
I unpack them into the Home/simutrans-nightly directory of Ubuntu.
Now I can click on the sim-linux64 file, and everything works fine.
Every day I download the new nightly build and copy the files into the Home/simutrans-nightly directory, overwriting the old files.
And if there are new Paks, I also unpack them into the Home/simutrans-nightly directory.

It works very well this way.

with regards, Flip