How to run Marauroa in Linux

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Anonymous
2011-03-09
2013-06-06
  • Anonymous - 2011-03-09

    Is there an example of the equivalent marauraod.bat?

    I know it might be simple but I'm a Linux newbie…

     
  • Hendrik Brummermann

    Hello Java,

    on Linux the character to separate classpath-elements is : instead of ; on Windows. So it should look like this:

    java -cp .:marauroa-3.8.6.jar:libs/h2.jar:libs/log4j.jar:game.jar marauroa.server.marauroad
    
     
  • Anonymous - 2011-03-09

    And I assume that within a .sh file right?

     
  • Katie Russell

    Katie Russell - 2011-03-10

    Hi Javy,

    From what I've seen, filename endings in Linux seem more to be for your own mental wellbeing than really denoting the file type. .sh is fine.

    Whatever you choose to name the file, marauroad, marauroad.sh, marauroad.banana, you would need to make it executable like:

    cd /along/the/path/to/file/
    chmod u+x marauroad.sh
    

    Then you can execute it from the terminal with

    ./marauroad.sh
    
     
  • Anonymous - 2011-03-10

    I knew I was missing a permission. I was getting permission errors. Hopefully my application can change those.

    I have something in the works that I will be able to share soon, a Marauroa Application server manager…

    Thanks Kymara!

     


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