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Im to stupid to run NetRadiant under Linux - HirnloserHering - 08-13-2015

Hi everybody,
what i have to do, to run NetRadiant ? i download NetRadiant 64bit and klick at radiantx86_64.
Sry im very new at linux


RE: Im to stupid to run NetRadiant under Linux - SpiKe - 08-13-2015

Hello,

You can download NetRadiant from Ingar's website (maybe you did already): http://ingar.satgnu.net/gtkradiant/index.html#download

Then you can extract the archive and mark radiant.x86_64 as executable if it's not marked already:
- right click -> Properties -> Permissions -> "Allow to run this file as a program" or something like this

If it still doesn't work, can you run NetRadiant in console and paste the output here?
Just open a console in the NetRadiant folder, and run
Code:
./radiant.x86_64
to see the console output.


RE: Im to stupid to run NetRadiant under Linux - HirnloserHering - 08-13-2015

(08-13-2015, 11:14 AM)SpiKe! Wrote: Hello,

You can download NetRadiant from Ingar's website (maybe you did already): http://ingar.satgnu.net/gtkradiant/index.html#download

Then you can extract the archive and mark radiant.x86_64 as executable if it's not marked already:
- right click -> Properties -> Permissions -> "Allow to run this file as a program" or something like this

If it still doesn't work, can you run NetRadiant in console and paste the output here?
Just open a console in the NetRadiant folder, and run
Code:
./radiant.x86_64
to see the console output.
Thanks and what does i have to write by engine path ?
My textures Browser look like this
[attachment=1456]


RE: Im to stupid to run NetRadiant under Linux - SpiKe - 08-13-2015

The engine path is the path of your Xonotic folder (or any other game folder, if you make maps for another game).

In order to fix your texture browser, you have to download the latest mappingsupport pack here: http://dl.xonotic.org/xonotic-0.8.0-mappingsupport.zip
Extract this archive, and put "xonotic-20150113-maps-mapping.pk3" into the "data" folder of your Xonotic directory.