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ali@linux:~/Invasion/bos_1_1> ./stratagus data.bos Battle of Survival default config file loading ... Can't open file: No such file or directory Can't open file: No such file or directory ... ready! Stratagus ...
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    Invasion: Battle of Survival


    ali@linux:~/Invasion/bos_1_1> ./stratagus data.bos
    Battle of Survival default config file loading ...

    Can't open file: No such file or directory
    Can't open file: No such file or directory
    ... ready!
    Stratagus V2.1, (c) 1998-2004 by The Stratagus Project.
    written by Lutz Sammer, Fabrice Rossi, Vladi Shabanski, Patrice Fortier,
    Jon Gabrielson, Andreas Arens, Nehal Mistry, Jimmy Salmon and others.
    (http://Stratagus.Org)
    VP3 codec Copyright by On2 Technologies Inc.
    SDL Copyright by Sam Lantinga.
    Compile options ZLIB BZ2LIB SDL OGG MIKMOD MAP-REGIONS

    Stratagus may be copied only under the terms of the GNU General Public License
    which may be found in the Stratagus source kit.

    DISCLAIMER:
    This software is provided as-is. The author(s) can not be held liable for any
    damage that might arise from the use of this software.
    Use it at your own risk.

    Fatal signal: Segmentation Fault (SDL Parachute Deployed)
    Downloaded and unzipped the bos file (20.9MB) and then when I tried to run it ran for a couple of seconds then shut off displaying the error above.

    Can anyone help? Please???
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    No one replied... again But I was able to solve it on my own. all you need to do is go into the bos_1_1 directory and type ./stratagus in konsole. Can anyone tell me what ./ does?

    Thanks!
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    Quote Originally Posted by warrion_2000
    No one replied... again
    Sometimes it takes days for a question to be answered. It seems not too many people are on the forums right now, so don't give up until you wait at least 24 hours.

    Quote Originally Posted by warrion_2000
    But I was able to solve it on my own. all you need to do is go into the bos_1_1 directory and type ./stratagus in konsole. Can anyone tell me what ./ does?

    Thanks!
    A period . on UNIX-like operating systems refers to the current working directory. To execute a program, you would need to do something like
    Code:
    /path/to/program
    Since the program was located in your current working directory, you had to specify that with a ./ or you could have alternatively entered the full path to the executable.

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