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    Nov 2004
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    newbie needs help installing binaries

    Nethack is my last tie to Windoze. I have been playing Nethack off and on for the past 16 years, well before Win 3.x, and am now trying to get at least one machine Win-free. Like I said, Nethack is the last connection before I just explore Linux on this machine w/o looking back. However, I'm having a bit of confusion in the Readme instrxns. When editing the header files, there still needs to be a '#' sign before 'define,' right? Also, the instrxns look like a description of what needs to happen rather than a cookbook set of lines to cut/past into headers... which is what would get me back into the dungeons sooner. Any quick ideas or corrections? I haven't seen much on this when I google or dogpile.


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    Jun 2004
    St. Petersburg, FL
    yes you need #'s in front of defines (as well as includes, ifdefs, ifndefs, etc)

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