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Can Derbian use ppa?
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Can Debian use ppa to install pcsx2?
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#2
I have done it before and it kind-of worked, but I don't think it is recommended and I personally wouldn't recommend it. You will have to wait for someone else for a better answer.

Here is the guide for compiling Pcsx2 if you want. https://code.google.com/p/pcsx2/wiki/Com...deForLinux
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(03-13-2014, 06:09 AM)Clank Wrote: I have done it before and it kind-of worked, but I don't think it is recommended and I personally wouldn't recommend it. You will have to wait for someone else for a better answer.

Here is the guide for compiling Pcsx2 if you want. https://code.google.com/p/pcsx2/wiki/Com...deForLinux

Thanks for the reply, I wasn't sure if I could or not.
I have always had a hard time trying to compiling pcsx2.
I can compile ppsspp with no probplem and people that can compile pcsx2 have trouble compile ppsspp.
I guess I never under stood that guide on how to compile pcsx2.
Maybe someone can give me a step by step guide on how to do it :-)
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#4
When going to the above link, do sudo apt-get for all the libs one at a time. It's not fun but necessary. Don't forget cmake.

Then download the SVN code.

svn checkout http://pcsx2.googlecode.com/svn/trunk/ pcsx2-read-only

Then cd to the downloaded SVN and type ./build.sh --release.

That's it.

Much more of a hassle then the PPA, but I could never get the PPA to work on Debian, but only on Ubuntu/Mint.
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You can install all package into one shot.
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