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  1. Well, as I wrote: This was meant to serve as an updated version of that guide, as DESTDIR wasn't included in that guide so it wasn't included here. If you have a manner to improve what I have written please write it out, otherwise your thoughts carry as much weight as the electrons that brought them here. If you notice I added Gymnasiast's recommendation to use make install over the previous method of running it from the folder.
  2. I can be as sarcastic as I want, I scoured the available resources to come up with something that benefits others. Upon finding a problem with the process I displayed it in a manner where other people wouldn't have to spend time figuring it out. If using 'make install' is the correct way to do it why not make changes here https://github.com/OpenRCT2/OpenRCT2#32-compiling-and-running so others don't run into problems.
  3. Addendum: I was having constant errors with the objects. Followed this https://github.com/OpenRCT2/OpenRCT2/wiki/Building-OpenRCT2-on-Linux and created a folder called "object" in the data folder. I unzipped the contents of https://github.com/OpenRCT2/objects to here and copied the contents of the /rct/app/ObjData to /data/rct2 and everything worked. Only took 4 days to figure that problem out.
  4. Found it. the folder needed to be called "object". https://github.com/OpenRCT2/OpenRCT2/wiki/Building-OpenRCT2-on-Linux
  5. My folder structure looks like this: OpenRCT2 -OpenRCT2 -->build -->data -RCT -->app The folder build is where I complied the program at and app is where innoextract extracted the setup files to. In a subfolder of app (ObjData) I am able to find the .dat files with names matching the names of the missing files. I linked the data folder using the command ln -s ../data data into the build folder. The data folder has a subfolder called objects with the contents of https://github.com/OpenRCT2/objects in it and within that folder
  6. Hello, I recently got OpenRCT2 running on my RPi4 w/ RPi OS, but I am still having a final problem that I don't know how to solve. I am trying to play Six Flags Great Adventure to test the program but a bunch of objects are missing. I press the download all button but the objects don't download, the only indication I have is in the terminal window "query failed (status 500)". Any assistance would be appreciated.
  7. The previous guide was a bit out of date so I created this: I make a folder called OpenRCT2 that contained two sub folders: OpenRCT2 and RCT. OpenRCT was built after using the git command to download the latest repo. RCT is where I saved the source install file and extracted it using innoextract. Part 1 Purchase and extract the original RCT files. I used the GOG version of the installer. https://openrct2.org/quickstart/extract-rct2-files/linux sudo apt update sudo apt install innoextract mkdir OpenRCT2 && cd OpenRCT2 mkdir RCT && cd RCT This
  8. This is from my Linux setup: My setup file is titled setup_rollercoaster_tycoon_2_triple_thrill_pack_2.01.043_(17987) sudo apt update sudo apt install innoextract cd to the setup download directory innoextract setup_rollercoaster*
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