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> At Last........exult For Oz :), Now you can play your exult
post Feb 27 2005, 12:40 PM
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I managed to get exult cross compiled for oz 3.5.2
Here is the working binary

It works perfectly however there is a weird problem, the default fmopl midi driver seems to stutter on my 5500.

So my solution was to use the libsdl's mixer_midi driver. I had to edit the audio/Midi.cc and add the lines,

#include "midi_drivers/mixer_midiout.h"

Of course this requires that you have the timidity patch set installed and that /usr/local/timidity is symlinked to that patch set, when run sdl_mixer finds the patches and you get beautiful midi music on the Z :-)

Here is a link to that binary

I setup everything in the /mnt/card/u7 directory.

Here is my ~/.exult.cfg
Here is a directory listing of my /mnt/card/u7 directory......


Hope you have fun with exult :-)

I will post the compilation instructions shortly, in a seperate mail, i am busy now and have to go......compilation involves some hacks for example the sdl-config file has to be changed etc....i will cover this soon.....

I am aware that some people are reluctant to run binaries on there Z, but rest assured that this is the real thing, you can see in the oz updates changelog that my suggestions for prboom have resulted in it been added to the oz feed, so you know that i am not some script kiddie posting trojans here.
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post Feb 28 2005, 01:24 AM
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Have you added a .bb file for this?

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