Duke Nukem 3D on Openmoko Neo

Alasal myrealemail at alasal.be
Tue Sep 23 22:27:30 CEST 2008

Because I don't manage the community repo. But I figured it all out, so it
can be put in the repository. And I would like to get it into the

But It isn't compiled/packaged like described on the wiki. I've just took
the compiled files of Rafael and put them in the right directory
(accordingly to the linux file system). Put an icon. And put that all in a
ipkg package with the proper dependencies. So If the community repo has an
policy as severe as debian (where all source files should be available), the
package will not be allowed.

So if anyone want to try to get it into the repo, go ahead. But I will not
try, because somebody on the  on the mailing list has already criticized my
package. (Because it's not compiled with bitbake by me and I don't know how
Rafael has compiled it)

Neil Jerram wrote:
> 2008/9/23 Alasal <myrealemail at alasal.be>:
>> I've put it into a package, so it is easy to install/remove.
>> see
>> http://onlinedev.blogspot.com/2008/09/getting-duke-nukem-3d-on-your-neo.html
> Nice, but why not put it into the community repository, so it just
> shows up in the package manager without people having to know your own
> URL?
> Regards,
>       Neil
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