“armagetronad” 0.2.8.3.2-1 source package in Ubuntu
armagetronad (0.2.8.3.2-1) unstable; urgency=low * New upstream bugfix release - security fix: old style action commands from clients no longer cause hangs and crashes - security fix: oversized packets are ignored properly - security fix: never read one byte outside of the received buffer - security fix: only include .cfg files from the var subfolder - compiler compatibility: adapted to gcc 4.60 (Closes: #625079) - smaller spelling fixes - FOV calculations now correct for widescreen and horizontal splitscreen - Additional checks against illegal values passed to renderer * Reference to armagetronad-server in armageronad-common's description should really be armagetronad-dedicated. (Closes: #575468) * Incorporate changes from Ubuntu, thanks to Daniel Chen <email address hidden>: - debian/rules: Apply patch from upstream to disable uninstall script that breaks with newer automake versions. - debian/armagetronad-dedicated.wrapper: Apply patch from upstream to fix the directory in which the dedicated server stores its log files. NOTE: This "breaks" ban lists and high scores, though the server admin can manually migrate them and then restart the server. -- Christine Spang <email address hidden> Tue, 20 Sep 2011 20:16:41 -0400
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Binary packages built by this source
- armagetronad: 3D Tron-like high speed game
The rules are simple: you ride a light cycle (a kind of motorbike that can
only turn 90 degrees at a time, leaves a wall behind and cannot be stopped)
and have to avoid running into walls while at the same time you have to try to
get your opponent to run into them.
The idea is based on the Disney movie from 1982 called "Tron". If you ever
wanted to take a try at one of those speed demons features in the movie, this
is your chance.
Armagetron Advanced can be played against AI opponents, against other humans
over the network, or a mixture of both.
- armagetronad-common: Common files for the Armagetron Advanced packages
Armagetron Advanced is a 3D game based on the light cycle racing in the 80s-
era movie "Tron".
You have to control a light cycle that can only turn in steps of 90 degrees,
leaves a solid wall behind and can not be stopped. The aim is to survive the
longest of all players by not crashing into any walls.
This package contains the common configuration files and documentation shared
between the armagetronad and armagetronad-
- armagetronad-dedicated: dedicated game server for Armagetron Advanced
Armagetron Advanced is a 3D game based on the light cycle racing in the movie
"Tron". You have to control a light cycle that can only turn in steps of 90
degrees, leaves a solid wall behind and can not be stopped. The aim is to
survive the longest of all players by not crashing into any walls.
This version of Armagetron Advanced can only be used as a network game server.
It does not have graphical output and can be controlled via the text console.
The normal Armagetron Advanced used for playing is also capable to serve
games, but will require X to display its graphics, will provide a player and
is therefore unsuited for permanent game servers.