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Successfully bought the files on GOG (through PlayOnMac?), downloaded OpenRCT2, and (I️ think I️ did this successfuly) the Homebrew innoextract. Though when I️ try the "innoextract INSTALLERNAME.exe" command in the terminal with "GOG_Galaxy_RollerCoaster_Tycoon_2_Triple_Thrill_Pack" as the "INSTALLERNAME" it doesn't work (that's what the file is named on my computer). It says "-bash: innoextract: command not found". Any guidance here would be appreciated. I️ have no idea what I'm doing.

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On 28/05/2020 at 19:16, daaabus said:

It says "-bash: innoextract: command not found"

This means that innoextract either isn't installed or isn't in your PATH. If the latter is the case, you can either supply the full path to the executable or add it to your PATH (I'm not sure how to do this on Mac though).


Also, this forum doesn't have much activity lately, maybe try the OpenRCT2 discord instead.

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Besides the command not being in your path, you downloaded the wrong .exe - if it has GOG_Galaxy in its name, its an installer stub that downloads the game for you. What you need is the offline installer (a couple of a hundred megs) for RCT2.

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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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