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Linux graphical plugins
#1
I feel kinda stupid asking this question...

Where do I find linux graphical plugins? I can't seem to find any...

I noticed that the source code for them is included in SVN...but I am unable to compile them.

http://forums.pcsx2.net/thread-2373-post...l#pid69047


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#2
you can build them via the ~/pcsx2-read-only/build.sh

http://forums.pcsx2.net/thread-2373.html
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#3
Can someone build them for me? I keep erroring out and it refuses to build.

Code:
make: *** No targets specified and no makefile found.  Stop.
Error with building plugins
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#4
(08-21-2009, 04:06 AM)JerichoKru Wrote: Can someone build them for me? I keep erroring out and it refuses to build.

Code:
make: *** No targets specified and no makefile found.  Stop.
Error with building plugins

can you paste your terminal contents (you'll have to increase the lines allowed, pcsx2 will take up MANY more than it's set to by default)
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#5
Code:
[jerichokru@JerichoKru-FedoraDesktop pcsx2]$ sh build.sh                    

Building the Pcsx2 Suite.
Note: binaries generated are 32 bit, and require 32 bit versions of all dependencies.
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Building CDVDnull                                                                    
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make: *** No targets specified and no makefile found.  Stop.
Error with building plugins
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#6
Saiki:
You best just give him your binaries.
If you don't, be prepared for a 5 pages long question/answer thread.
This IS linux after all Tongue2
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#7
(08-23-2009, 11:47 PM)rama Wrote: Saiki:
You best just give him your binaries.
If you don't, be prepared for a 5 pages long question/answer thread.
This IS linux after all Tongue2

It's not like I'm a complete newb @ linux...I've been using it for a few years.
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#8
Rofl, then you know that no matter how well you know the OS, this thread will be 5 pages long anyway, by the time you get it working Tongue2
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#9
(08-24-2009, 05:23 PM)rama Wrote: Rofl, then you know that no matter how well you know the OS, this thread will be 5 pages long anyway, by the time you get it working Tongue2

This. If you have a configuration mismatch or version problem, you're never going to find it. Boot up a virtual machine w/ live cd and see if it builds in a pristine environment. You might get lucky and find your build chain wasn't sane, but it's not gonna be fun.

You could petition the mods to let someone host and link to a linux beta build in a dedicated thread, but I wouldn't count on it.
"This thread should be closed immediately, it causes parallel imagination and multiprocess hallucination" --ardhi
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#10
I think we'd do it, if it's even possible to have some generic binaries.
I bet arcum would love to provide something more official for linux Wink
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