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Postby Aduka » Sun Sep 27, 2009 2:14 pm

Not sure who all would be interested but I sat down and was looking for a mud client. I found one that looks pretty decent and figured out a pretty straight forward way of installing it.

First you will need to download it:

After you have it downloaded you need to extract it from it's archive. I simply just extract it to my desktop via right click > Extract Here.

Once you have successfully extracted the contents of the tar, you'll find yourself needing a couple last things depending on what you have installed.

sudo apt-get install build-essential cmake kdebase-dev

Once this is done, and depending on your connection speed it may take awhile to complete that you will be almost there. For the next step I am sure there is a quicker way to navigate there, but these are the steps I took.


Enter: cd Desktop/kmuddy-1.0.1

First: sudo ./configure

Second: sudo make

Lastly: sudo make install

Once this is done, you have made the program from the source file. You no longer need the tar file or the extracted files on your desktop. To launch, simply create yourself a launcher by right clicking on the desktop, and selecting create a launcher.


Not sure if this will help anyone out there, but it might save you several hours hunting everything down. I know it took me several to get it working myself.


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