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File Listing: LinuxLNP 0.47.04-r1
Last Updated: Aug 26, 2020, 12:05:11 am
First Created: Nov 28, 2017, 07:18:54 pm
File version: 0.47.04-r1
For DF version: 0.47.04
Downloads: 5,507 (53,897) Size: 263.99 MB
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Rating (5 votes): 4.5 / 5.0
Description
To Run: Simply execute the included startlnp script.

LNP IMPORT TIPS
When first launching a new version of the LNP, you'll be asked if you want to import files from a previous installation. If you select yes, open the previous version's df_linux folder in the file chooser dialog, then click ok. Selecting the LNP folder or the root of the pack will cause the import to fail. The import process will grab your DF saves, SoundSense and/or SoundCense sounds, gamelog, and dfhack history from the previous version.

Utilities included:
  • PyLNP 0.14a
  • DF 0.47.04 x64 UPDATED
  • DFHack 0.47.04-r2 UPDATED
  • TWBT 6.xx (Preview - Thanks Thurin!) UPDATED
  • Dwarf Therapist 41.1.7 UPDATED
  • Soundsense r2016-1 (you'll need to download the sound files yourself from within the application)
  • SoundCenSe GTK 1.4.2 (A c# audio engine for Dwarf Fortress based on Zweistein's SoundSense) (*Requires Mono, go here for install instructions*)
  • Legends Browser 1.19.1 (*Requires Java 8*) UPDATED
  • DF Announcement Filter
  • Armok Vision 0.21.0 UPDATED

Graphics packs included:
  • Afro
  • AutoReiv
  • CLA
  • GemSet
  • IronHand
  • Jolly Bastion
  • Mayday
  • Meph-lite
  • Obsidian
  • Phoebus
  • Rally Ho
  • Spacefox
  • Taffer
  • Tergel
  • Wanderlust
  • Vettlingr

Support: Toady and Threetoe have been gracious enough to provide us all with Dwarf Fortress free of charge. To show your appreciation, please consider donating to Bay 12 Games. Without donations, Dwarf Fortress wouldn't be what it is today. Please click the link below to show them some love!
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 LinuxLNP 0.44.10-r02 (v 0.44.12-r02)  » posted by eurabilis on Dec 18, 2018, 07:11:32 am

Thank you very much for this. I have a problem with getting this working on FreeBSD12-RELEASE using linux emulation. I had to edit many things including startlnp, distrofixes.sh and others but I have everything working including sound but I have one problem. Read on: Once I get it fully working I plan on releasing and maintaining a port. I know what you are thinking and I am not asking you to support FreeBSD, I just want to know if you or someone who comes across this can help with this question. I have it all working except I faintly hear the sound and music working, so sound does work. But there is an overbearing constant hiss as well. I was just wondering if you know where I should be looking. I am emulating linux-c7 (centos 7) I tried linking libopenal.so and libsndfile.so in the DF libs directory to the libs in /compat/linux/ as well as the base freebsd system with no luck. I get the same result of sound working (i can hear the music.) but with constant hiss even if the libopenal.so and libsndfile.so files are completely missing from the DF libs directory, leading me to believe sound is getting hooked by something else. I tried many other things including ./df sound_output oss and some others. If you help me, I will buy you no such thing as a coffee. I will buy you an ale. Real men drink ale. And if you have ale, there is no need for a sammich. Just drink ale and be merry. Thank you for your work!
comment last edited by eurabilis on Dec 18, 2018, 07:11:53 am
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 LinuxLNP 0.47.04-r1 (v 0.47.04-r1)  » posted by azrael4h on Oct 28, 2020, 04:41:04 pm
Broken as of now. Game does not load at all.
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 LinuxLNP 0.47.04-r1 (v 0.47.04-r1)  » posted by kamagan on Dec 11, 2020, 10:09:44 am
Error:
./startlnp
[5131] Error loading Python lib '/tmp/_MEIAAzFdy/libpython3.6m.so.1.0': dlopen: /lib64/libm.so.6: version `GLIBC_2.29' not found (required by /tmp/_MEIAAzFdy/libpython3.6m.so.1.0)
[WARNING] startlnp: Failed to start PyLNP

OpenSuSE 15.2
comment last edited by kamagan on Dec 11, 2020, 10:10:05 am
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 Re: LinuxLNP 0.47.04-r1 (v 0.47.04-r1)  » posted by nickpasko on Feb 18, 2021, 12:12:40 am
kamagan wrote:
Error:
./startlnp
[5131] Error loading Python lib '/tmp/_MEIAAzFdy/libpython3.6m.so.1.0': dlopen: /lib64/libm.so.6: version `GLIBC_2.29' not found (required by /tmp/_MEIAAzFdy/libpython3.6m.so.1.0)
[WARNING] startlnp: Failed to start PyLNP

OpenSuSE 15.2

Same error, Ubuntu 18.04.5 LTS
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 LinuxLNP 0.47.04-r1 (v 0.47.04-r1)  » posted by Colonel Wolfe on Mar 15, 2021, 10:30:19 am
You can avoid the GLibC2.29 errors on Debian buster or any version using older glibc.
My machines are Buster and Bullseye linux respectively.

PyLNP works on bullseye experimental cause it uses a newer version of glibc.

I was unable to get the new version of glibc to compile on my buster build, where it wont run, but I was able to clone into the github and get the python scripts themselves.

[on debian] git clone https://github.com/Pidgeot/python-lnp

If you install "python-tk"(apt install python-tk [on debian]), you should be able to run the launch.py program and avoid the glibc errors by just running the source code or recompiling the source yourself with your own glibc libraries.

Just move the contents of the python-lnp dir created by git into the extract directory created by the pack, run launch.py and everything SHOULD work.

Hope this helps you guys, Love this pack
comment last edited by Colonel Wolfe on Mar 15, 2021, 11:36:03 am
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 Re: LinuxLNP 0.47.04-r1 (v 0.47.04-r1)  » posted by DonHomero on Mar 15, 2021, 03:59:55 pm
Colonel Wolfe wrote:
You can avoid the GLibC2.29 errors on Debian buster or any version using older glibc.
My machines are Buster and Bullseye linux respectively.

PyLNP works on bullseye experimental cause it uses a newer version of glibc.

I was unable to get the new version of glibc to compile on my buster build, where it wont run, but I was able to clone into the github and get the python scripts themselves.

[on debian] git clone https://github.com/Pidgeot/python-lnp

If you install "python-tk"(apt install python-tk [on debian]), you should be able to run the launch.py program and avoid the glibc errors by just running the source code or recompiling the source yourself with your own glibc libraries.

Just move the contents of the python-lnp dir created by git into the extract directory created by the pack, run launch.py and everything SHOULD work.

Hope this helps you guys, Love this pack

Thank you so much! This worked using Debian Buster on a Chromebook. I thought I was sunk.
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