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    Gaming Repositories?


    is there a respositorie for gaming on linux?
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    Linux Guru bryansmith's Avatar
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    http://www.happypenguin.org/ - Is that the kind of thing you are looking for?

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    I was looking for more of a site that i could put into YaST2 on SuSE linux 10.1
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    Oh, a package repository... Not as far as I know, you'll just have to get what your distro has available for download or download and install games from a website like happypenguin.org (most come in RPMs, so you won't have to compile yourself).
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    yeah but the problem is my computer dosn't want to install them or something because it won't let me unless its from YaST
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    Linux Guru bryansmith's Avatar
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    You can install individual packages from Yast. Open konqueror and click on the rpm file. From here, you should see a button that says 'Install with Yast'.

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