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    Default how i install cocos2d-x for my opensuse 13.2 64bit kde4?

    hello

    i did try many times to install cocos2d-x but nothing...
    any idea?

    manuel

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    Default Re: how i install cocos2d-x for my opensuse 13.2 64bit kde4?

    Quote Originally Posted by manuel_songokuh View Post
    hello

    i did try many times to install cocos2d-x but nothing...
    any idea?

    manuel
    You tried, but when you do not explain how you tried: where you got it from, what it was you got, what you did with it and where it failed with what messages, how can others evaluate what you did and give advice on how to do it better?
    Henk van Velden

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    Default Re: how i install cocos2d-x for my opensuse 13.2 64bit kde4?

    Quote Originally Posted by hcvv View Post
    You tried, but when you do not explain how you tried: where you got it from, what it was you got, what you did with it and where it failed with what messages, how can others evaluate what you did and give advice on how to do it better?
    ah ok, you are right, i'm stupid!, then i did download from site: http://www.cocos2d-x.org/filedown/cocos2d-x-3.3.zip
    and unzip, and command:
    python setup.py

    (i dont know what i insert path "->Please enter the path of NDK_ROOT (or press Enter to skip):"
    i tryed /home/user/cocos-x


    i dry other mode:
    cocos2d-x/build/
    ./install-deps-linux.sh
    Not a .deb package system. Please install dependencies manually

    so i'm stop here....

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    Default Re: how i install cocos2d-x for my opensuse 13.2 64bit kde4?

    Quote Originally Posted by manuel_songokuh View Post
    ah ok, you are right, i'm stupid!, then i did download from site: http://www.cocos2d-x.org/filedown/cocos2d-x-3.3.zip
    and unzip, and command:
    python setup.py

    (i dont know what i insert path "->Please enter the path of NDK_ROOT (or press Enter to skip):"
    i tryed /home/user/cocos-x


    i dry other mode:
    cocos2d-x/build/
    ./install-deps-linux.sh
    Not a .deb package system. Please install dependencies manually

    so i'm stop here....
    Aren't there any installation documents onb the web-site? After the unzip, isn't there a README file of some kind? No instructions what do do?
    Henk van Velden

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    Default Re: how i install cocos2d-x for my opensuse 13.2 64bit kde4?

    On Wed 28 Jan 2015 02:06:01 PM CST, manuel songokuh wrote:


    hcvv;2691737 Wrote:
    > You tried, but when you do not explain how you tried: where you got it
    > from, what it was you got, what you did with it and where it failed
    > with what messages, how can others evaluate what you did and give
    > advice on how to do it better?


    ah ok, you are right, i'm stupid!, then i did download from site:
    http://www.cocos2d-x.org/filedown/cocos2d-x-3.3.zip
    and unzip, and command:
    python setup.py

    (i dont know what i insert path "->Please enter the path of NDK_ROOT (or
    press Enter to skip):"
    i tryed /home/user/cocos-x


    i dry other mode:
    cocos2d-x/build/
    ../install-deps-linux.sh
    Not a .deb package system. Please install dependencies manually

    so i'm stop here....


    Hi
    So look at the script and manually install...
    https://github.com/cocos2d/cocos2d-x...-deps-linux.sh

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