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Gentoo Linux

Last checked: 01. Nov. 2007 by nico? with 2007.0 profile on amd64 Last checked: 02. Nov. 2007 by nico? with 2007.0 profile on x86

This Tutorial assumes that you are using x86. If you are using amd64 just substitute the keyword.

Preparation (required libs)

Orxonox used Ogre with CEGUI for rendering, OIS for input handling, eNet for network support and cMake as build-system. Every needed package is in portage. Add USE-Flags

wraith root # echo "dev-games/cegui devil expat" >> /etc/portage/package.use
wraith root # echo "dev-games/ogre cegui devil lua" >> /etc/portage/package.use

some packages are unstable, for portage to use them

wraith root # echo "dev-games/ogre-1.4.5 ~x86" >> /etc/portage/package.keywords
wraith root # echo "dev-games/ois-1.0 ~x86" >> /etc/portage/package.keywords

emerge the packages. cegui is a dependency of ogre, so it wont be installed explicitly.

wraith root # emerge cmake ogre ois enet

Getting the Source Code

First of all you have to install subversion on your system: Make sure, that you have ssl included in your make.conf file:
/etc/make.conf

 ...
 USE="..., ssl, ..."
 ...

now emerge subversion

wraith user # emerge subversion

Check out the source via anonymous subversion login. This will download the whole project to the directory orxonox-dir.

wraith user # svn co http://svn.orxonox.net/orxonox/trunk orxonox-trunk

You won't be able to commit your own code (check in) with the anonymous subversion repository. You have to ask us for a username/password combination. If you already have an account, check it out like this:

wraith user # svn co https://svn.orxonox.net/orxonox/trunk orxonox-trunk

You will be asked for your username and password, that you got from us.

Compiling

Just change into the trunk directory, then execute configure and make….

wraith user # cd orxonox-trunk
wraith user # cmake .
...
wraith user # make
...
wraith user # cd bin
wraith user # ./run-script

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  1. Get the ebuild: source:/trunk/scripts/gentoo#HEAD (download newest ebuild)
  2. Change to root user
    wraith root # su -
    
  3. Copy the ebuild to /usr/portage/games-action/orxonox (and create new directory)
  4. wraith root # cd /usr/portage/games/action/orxonox
    wraith root # ebuild orxonox-*.ebuild digest
    wraith root # emerge orxonox
    

From now on you should be able to play Orxonox, and if you have subversion installed and a login, you will also be able to develop.

Installing the Libraries

Install the following libraries:

Here are the commands to enter:

wraith root # emerge media-libs/libsdl
...
wraith root # emerge media-libs/sdl-image
...
wraith root # emerge media-libs/sdl-ttf
...
wraith root # emerge media-libs/sdl-net
...
wraith root # emerge glew
...
wraith root # emerge openal
...
wraith root # emerge libvorbis
...
wraith root # emerge qt

Or one big one-liner:

wraith root # emerge libsdl sdl-image sdl-ttf sdl-net glew openal libvorbis qt

LUA Scripting language

Lua is used for scripting in Orxonox, and it will be pulled in while comfiguring. There is also the possibility to use system wide lua installation (aka. emerged package). At the time of this writing, Orxonox is only compatible with lua-5.0.x. Any other version might cause some undesired effects like not being able to compile. [12/2/2007]

Gentoo is now ready to compile and then run Orxonox.

Getting the Source Code

First of all you have to install subversion on your system: Make sure, that you have ssl included in your make.conf file:
/etc/make.conf

 ...
 USE="..., ssl, ..."
 ...

now emerge subversion

wraith user # emerge subversion

Check out the source via anonymous subversion login. This will download the whole project to the directory orxonox-dir.

wraith user # svn co http://svn.orxonox.net/orxonox orxonox-dir

You won't be able to commit your own code (check in) with the anonymous subversion repository. You have to ask us for a username/password combination. If you already have an account, check it out like this:

wraith user # svn co https://svn.orxonox.net/orxonox orxonox-dir

You will be asked for your username and password, that you got from us.

Compiling

Just change into the trunk directory, then execute configure and make….

wraith user # cd ./orxonox/trunk/
wraith user # ./autogen.sh
wraith user # ./configure
...
wraith user # make
...
wraith user # cd src
wraith user # ./orxonox

Profiling

If you want to profile Orxonox (measure its performance) you will probably want to view the statistics in a special program like kprof. On Gentoo systems you can just emerge it:

wraith root # emerge kprof

Orxonox runs much much slower with profiling enabled.

wraith user # cd ./orxonox/trunk/
wraith user # ./configure --enable-profile
...
wraith user # make
...
wraith user # cd src
wraith user # ./orxonox

Orxonox now runs very slow and writes its profiling stats to a file called gmon.out. Remember that _only_ the functionalities you use while profiling will be profiled (since the profile log is written while the program is been executed).
After you exit the Orxonox, you can parse the output file and then be able to open it in kprof:

wraith user # gprof -b ./orxonox > text.out
wraith user # kprof -f text.out

For more documentation see the development resources.