How to install lowres on Linux

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CubicleHead 2021-02-17 18:55

I just ot a new linux computer and i was wondering how to install lowres on it
thanks for any help :)


Timo 2021-02-18 07:00

You have to download the source code and compile it. Here are some instructions:

https://github.com/timoinutilis/lowres-nx/blob/master/platform/LowRes%20NX%20Linux/README.md


G-9 2021-02-18 10:05

It's easy but the Terminal has to keep opened ...


CubicleHead 2021-02-18 14:59

What do I do with the github file?


G-9 2021-02-18 15:38 (Edited)

First open a terminal. It will looks like this :

<user>@<computer_name>:~$

Then put these commands:

sudo apt install git make build-essential libsdl2-dev

git clone https://github.com/timoinutilis/lowres-nx.git

cd lowres-nx/platform/LowRes\ NX\ Linux/

make

./output/LowResNX

And LowRes NX will start up :3

DONT CLOSE THE TERMINAL ELSE LOWRES WILL ALSO CLOSE glad i can help :3


CubicleHead 2021-02-18 19:16

Thanks :D


CubicleHead 2021-02-18 19:17

Do I have to run this command every time I open lowers or is there a way to make a shortcut or something?


Timo 2021-02-18 22:54

Once the LowResNX in output is built, you can run it directly. Everything until “make” is for downloading and compiling, it’s only needed the first time.


CubicleHead 2021-02-19 00:45

Cool :D


CubicleHead 2021-02-19 19:23

is there a way i can make it not ask if i want to run a executable file every time i open it?


Timo 2021-02-19 20:02

I don’t know anything about Linux really :/


CubicleHead 2021-02-20 01:51

Okay thanks :)


G-9 2021-02-20 10:28

Yes if you know .sh scripting ...
It you want i can make you one ?!


Timo 2021-02-20 14:46

You have to create a script for every executable??


G-9 2021-02-20 19:18 (Edited)

Actually if you don't want to run the command... yes.
Maybe there's a way to make it... more a GUI application? idk i just learned sh commands not Linux ;D


CubicleHead 2021-02-21 00:12

I have no clue what that is :P lol


Greenpilloz 2021-02-22 12:39

It really depend on your linux distribution but most of the time you have a shortcut to create a "Desktop Launcher "or a shortcut and then you can give it the path to your executable and an icon. Maybe try right clicking on the executable or directly on the desktop. Hope that helps ;-)


CubicleHead 2021-02-22 14:39

Okay thanks :D


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