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From: duperval@ERE.UMontreal.CA (Duperval Laurent)
Subject: Nethack 3.1 is out!  Who will port it?
Date: 28 Jan 93 22:58:52 GMT

As the title says, Nethack 3.1 has been released this week.  Does anyone plan
on porting it to Linux?  If not, I'll try to set up 99.4 on my machine this 
weekend.  If I succeed then by next Monday I should be able to try to get 
Nethack up and running. 
-- 
Laurent Duperval, B. Sc.  | The opinions expressed herein are my own and
                          | do not represent those of this establishment
duperval@ere.umontreal.ca | That's because they don't have enough $$$
duperval@jsp.umontreal.ca | to afford them.  Noone does.

From: sct@dcs.ed.ac.uk (Stephen Tweedie)
Subject: Re: Nethack 3.1 is out!  Who will port it?
Date: 30 Jan 93 17:14:25 GMT

In article <1993Jan28.225852.15496@cc.umontreal.ca>, 
duperval@ERE.UMontreal.CA (Duperval Laurent) writes:
> As the title says, Nethack 3.1 has been released this week.  Does anyone plan
> on porting it to Linux?  If not, I'll try to set up 99.4 on my machine this 
> weekend.  If I succeed then by next Monday I should be able to try to get 
> Nethack up and running.       

I've got it running already under X11 - without a hitch.  It's
absolutely GORGEOUS.

If nobody beats me to it I'll upload binaries to sunsite soon.  I'll
also have to make a separate tty-only (no-X11) binary.

Cheers,
 Stephen Tweedie.
---
Stephen Tweedie <sct@uk.ac.ed.dcs>   (Internet: < sct@dcs.ed.ac.uk>)
Department of Computer Science, Edinburgh University, Scotland.

From: oreillym@tartarus.uwa.edu.au (Michael O'Reilly)
Subject: Re: Nethack 3.1 is out!  Who will port it?
Date: 30 Jan 1993 02:10:48 GMT

Duperval Laurent (duperval@ERE.UMontreal.CA) wrote:
: As the title says, Nethack 3.1 has been released this week.  Does anyone plan
: on porting it to Linux?  If not, I'll try to set up 99.4 on my machine this 
: weekend.  If I succeed then by next Monday I should be able to try to get 
: Nethack up and running.       


There is no porting involved. Just folllow the instructions and it
compiles just fine. no probs at all.


: Laurent Duperval, B. Sc.  | The opinions expressed herein are my own and
Michael

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