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malik
hello,

i tried the engines gnuchess and phalanx is also available, but i need
a gui. i found xboard somewhere, but you cant change the size, its too small.
a 480x640 gui would be nice. does anybody know a feed which contains
a usable gui?

malik
ltrm
QUOTE(malik @ Jun 23 2005, 01:40 AM)
hello,

i tried the engines gnuchess and phalanx is also available, but i need
a gui. i found xboard somewhere, but you cant change the size, its too small.
a 480x640 gui would be nice. does anybody know a feed which contains
a usable gui?

malik
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There's a copy of kKnights in the Cacko feed, I belive that is based on xBoard.

Cacko Feed

I seem to remember that there's a front end for chess included in the standard pdaXrom distribution but I can't remember what it's called.
malik
maybe i should mention that i use pdaxrom on a tosa (see signature).
i downloaded the cacko packages for zknights and hope that they will work..

malik
ltrm
QUOTE(malik @ Jun 24 2005, 05:44 AM)
maybe i should mention that i use pdaxrom on a tosa (see signature).
i downloaded the cacko packages for zknights and hope that they will work..

malik
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I noticed the group name after I'd replied..Doh! As I said though the last time I used pdaxrom (rc10) there was a chess game included with it.
malik
you are right ltrm, in the unstable feed of rc10 you can find gnuchess+phalanx and xboard
as a gui, but the gui is about 320x240 and i cant change the resolution...

malik
drak2
QUOTE(malik @ Jun 23 2005, 09:40 AM)
hello,

i tried the engines gnuchess and phalanx is also available, but i need
a gui. i found xboard somewhere, but you cant change the size, its too small.
a 480x640 gui would be nice. does anybody know a feed which contains
a usable gui?

malik
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Hi,
rorate screen & type in terminal:
# xboard -size moderate
ScottYelich
that's what I do.
I think I have that on my zjunk page :->
the moderate size works on a screen without the bar at the bottom...

Scott
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