Okay, let me go first.Portabase 1.9
This old but reliable database application has lived its way from the original Sharp ROM to pdaXrom and now to Debian/Z!
(I've removed the other attachments in the "I wanted it compiled" thread. This one has a desktop file and icon for your favourite desktop/WM.)Click to view attachment
Apart from the other dependencies (which will pull down automatically when apt-get install, you also need this patched version of metakit library:Click to view attachmentNoteCase 1.6.9
A real rising star of outliner for *nix using GTK! It's constantly under active development. The author, Miroslav, has got a Z because it's been ported to pdaXrom!), and he responds to feedback very earnestly. Click to view attachmentTuxCards 1.2
A comparable outliner to NoteCase in QT. Old but really useful. Click to view attachmentglHack 1.2
The SDL graphical version of (still) the 'latest' release of Nethack 3.4.3. Those who got addicted to it in pdaXrom (like me) will feel home here.Click to view attachmentSangband 1.0.0 (Final Release)
A truly interesting and sophisticated variant of Angband (or "the *bands"). This SDL version features full graphical tiles (8x8, 16x16 and 32x32), sound effects and even background music! My favourite *band (besides Xangband).
To quote from the official page: "There are many ways to die. There are as many ways to win. The choices you make among skills, the plunder from vaults and fallen foes, the objects you forge, your growing tactical prowess - all will shape your adventure. Will you take the Oath of Iron to learn the most powerful warrior arts? Will you stand staunch for the Light - or choose the way of blood and necromancy? A Shadow Paladin, a Mage Engineer, a Loresmith, a Skirmisher - all can topple the Dark Lord from his dark throne."Click to view attachment
(Tip1: Change your desired display setting by pressing "=", then "!" (User Interface))
(Tip2: You can easily modify the sound and music settings in /usr/lib/games/sangband/lib/xtra/sound/sound.cfg and /usr/lib/games/sangband/lib/xtra/music/jukebox.cfg. For example, I dropped the Ultima7 tune there for more fun. You can use any .wav files for sound and .mid files for music)
And here are the alsa libraries, development files and utilities rebuilt with ARM optimizations. Still can help with the sound yet, but may be useful later.libasound2 1.0.14a-3(alsa-libs)Click to view attachmentlibasound2-dev 1.0.14a-3 (alsa-libs development files)Click to view attachmentalsa-utils 1.0.14Click to view attachment
That's all for now. Enjoy!