Pygame Q (linux) beginner

enquiring mind "enquiring mind" at braindead.com
Mon Apr 2 01:48:35 CEST 2007


Gabriel Genellina wrote:
> 
> En Sat, 31 Mar 2007 23:37:16 -0300, enquiring mind <"enquiring
> mind"@braindead.com> escribió:
> 
> > Running 2.4.1 Python (learning)
> > Running SUSE Linux 10
> >
> > Am learning from a new books that mostly deals with windows python and
> > Pygames called "Game Programming" by Randy Harris (2007)  His books
> > references Python 2.4.2 and Pygame 1.7.1 with these comments:
> >
> > "If you are using a Linux machine, you probably won't have the simple
> > installer that came with the windows version.  Follow the instructions
> > at http://pygame.org/install.  You may have to run a couple of scripts
> > to make everything work, but just follow the directions and you will be
> > fine."
> >
> > Could anybody suggest or make a helpful comment in view of what
> > information I have supplied.  At Chapter 5 is where the Pygame module is
> > introduced so I have a little time before I have to figure out what I
> > have to download and install.
> 
> First: read that page.
> I don't use SUSE myself, but the first hit on Google for "pygame SUSE"
> goes into the Novell site, and  SUSE 10.1 appears to include pygame
> 1.7.1release14 (or at least, you should be able to download and install
> the RPM from Novell)
> 
> --
> Gabriel Genellina
Thanks, Gabriel.  I only googled pygame and not SUSE.  The next post
says it is
already included so I will ask my programmer buddy to help me.



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