[Supertux-devel] SuperTux Live Progress

djwings at gmail.com djwings at gmail.com
Thu May 10 04:12:12 PDT 2007


Oh yeah, on a related note, the new version brings back the NVidia and ATI
drivers, which are selectable via a new boot menu. By default, it doesn't
load either. This should help performance considerably.

On 5/9/07, djwings at gmail.com <djwings at gmail.com> wrote:
>
> I don't recompile anything with new flags. I tried that, and the result
> was a bloated Gentoo system.
>
> On 5/9/07, Ravu al Hemio < ravu_al_hemio at berlios.de> wrote:
> >
> > You might want to try putting "-fno-stack-protector" into your CFLAGS to
> >
> > drop the latest-and-greatest-GLIBC requirement... the stack protector is
> > a shiny new feature of, AFAIK, GLIBC 2.5 and GCC 4.1; removing it might
> > even make binaries compatible with the ancient 2.2 or 2.1 if you're
> > lucky.
> >
> > (Tip: "nm <whatever> | grep GLIBC_2.4" to see if it depends on some 2.4
> > feature and which functions exactly. Replace the version number for each
> > version you want dependency info about.)
> >
> > Best o'luck!
> >
> > ~~ Ondra
> >
> > djwings at gmail.com wrote:
> > > I remember that people have complained that 430 (now 370) megabytes is
> > > too much for a game demo. Now, as you may have heard, SLAX 6 uses
> > > Glibc 2.5, which means that SuperTux 0.3.0 can finally run on it. SLAX
> > > is a much smaller base system than the ones I've used (in fact, an
> > > older version was what I originally used). How does a 220-or-less MB
> > > CD sound? (KOffice is now a separate module, so it'll be easier to
> > > remove it to make more room.)
> >
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