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Developers only

Please note that the following instructions are for developers who want to download and build the most recent changes of the source code and consider changing it in the future. If you only want to try out and play a stable version of Orxonox you should go to this page and follow the instructions on how to install the Orxonox deb-package on Ubuntu.

Tested on

We try to test Orxonox as often as possible and try to ensure to always have a running version in our trunk. Below there is a table of the most recent tests with different hardware and versions of Orxonox, Ubuntu and graphics drivers.

Hardware Ubuntu ver. Orxonox ver. / Revision Tester Date Result Graphics Driver ver.
IBM T42 Hardy Heron (8.04) r2131 Benjamin Knecht? 09.11.2008 success -
IBM T42 Intrepid Ibex (8.10) r2131 Benjamin Knecht? 09.11.2008 success -
IBM T61p Intrepid Ibex (8.10) r2131 Benjamin Knecht? 09.11.2008 success -
Lenovo W500 Jaunty Jackalope (9.04) r5761 Damian Frick? 23.09.2009 success -
Lenovo W500 Karmic Koala (9.10) r6020 Damian Frick? 02.11.2009 success -
Lenovo W500 Lucid Lynx (10.04) r6812 Damian Frick? 30.04.2010 success -
Lenovo W500 Maverick Meercat (10.10) r7541 Damian Frick? 24.10.2010 success -
IBM X60t Maverick Meerkat (10.10) r7639 Oliver Scheuss? 11.11.2010 success -
Sony Vaio CW Lucid Lynx (10.04) r7750 Benjamin Knecht? 08.12.2010 success Nvidia 256.35
MacBookPro 5,3 Lucid Lynx (10.04) r8115 Maurus Kaufmann? 25.03.2011 success -
Sony Vaio CW Natty Narwhale (11.04) r8408 Benjamin Knecht? 05.06.2011 success Nvidia 270.41.06
Lenovo W500 Natty Narwhale (11.04) r8421 Damian Frick? 07.06.2011 success -


To install all tools and libraries Orxonox needs, use the following command

$ sudo apt-get install build-essential cmake libogre-dev libenet-dev \
libvorbis-dev libalut-dev libcegui-mk2-dev tcl-dev libboost-date-time-dev \
libboost-filesystem-dev libboost-thread-dev liblua5.1-0-dev subversion


Now follow the steps described on the building page.

If you experience problems running Orxonox after building it on your own, see this page or contact us.

Development with your favorite IDE

If you would like to use KDevelop, Code::Blocks or Eclipse for coding, see this page? for further information.