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Written by Jonas   
Tuesday, 13 March 2007
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AutopackageThis is the Autopackage version of Thunder&Lightning. Autopackage is a package format designed to be independent of Linux distributions. Please read this info on how to install an autopackage!

This is a 32 bit (x86, ia32) package, it will not install on a 64 bit (x86_64, amd64) system! If you have a 64bit system, please consult the alternatives below.

Required libraries: You need to have OpenGL and OpenAL installed, otherwise this package will abort installation. Please also install CEGUI for your distro. If it's not installed, the package will install its own version, but having a native version is preferred. Please see system requirements.

 Make sure you have OpenAL installed before running Thunder&Lightning. Download OpenAL here.

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Thunder And Lightning 071111.package
8,601,777 bytes

Sorry, this release is not available for Windows. 

Alternatives (may not be available for most recent versions):

  • There is a simple binary tarball in the files section for those who don't like autopackages.
  • Thanks to Hans de Goede, users of Fedora 7 can install Tnl with the command
    su -c 'yum update TnL'
  • Thanks to Toni Graffy, users of OpenSUSE 10.2 and 10.3 can download an RPM package (both for 32 and 64 bit Linux) from PackMan!
  • Those who like (or need) to compile themselves can download sources using darcs or download a source tarball in the files section .
 

The previous release is provided below:

Old Version
Thunder And Lightning 070827.package
7,620,455 bytes
Antique Version
TnL-win32-060203.zip
9,854,360 bytes


Source code, data, utilities and other versions can be found in the files section. You can also browse the sources.

New: If you would like to download brand-new developer's versions of TnL, you can download from the source code management system. Read How to download current sources and data for instructions.

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