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lxdoom for Debian
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Debianised now that lxdoom is GPL'd.

The sound server lxdoom-sndserv isn't required; without it, however,
you don't hear any sound. ;)

Same goes for lxmusserv, the music server.

There are two separate binaries for lxdoom; one is lxdoom, which requires
X, and is in package lxdoom-x11. The other is lsdoom, which requires
svgalib, and is in package lxdoom-svga.

The file ~/.lxdoom/boom.cfg could prove useful to configure, particularly
with regard to screen size in X. See also boom.cfg(5).

Also note that if you have previously installed lxdoom, you probably
have a ~/.lxdoom/boom.cfg file that refers to /usr/local/games or
/usr/local/share. Just s/local//g and you'll be fine.

If you want to run lsdoom, the lxdoom SVGAlib binary, as a normal user,
it will need to be setuid root. You can accomplish this by using the
following sequence of commands:

        dpkg-statoverride --add root root 4755 /usr/games/lsdoom
        chown root:root /usr/games/lsdoom
        chmod 4755 /usr/games/lsdoom

 -- Joe Drew <drew@debian.org>, Fri, 26 Mar 2004 23:44:44 -0500