/usr/ports/games/doomlegacy

Christopher Nehren apeiron+usenet at coitusmentis.info
Mon Apr 25 19:03:20 PDT 2005


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On 2005-04-26, Michael C. Shultz scribbled these
curious markings:
> /usr/ports/games/doomlegacy

Have you thought of, just perhaps:
pkg_info -Lx doomlegacy | grep bin
?

> /usr/local/bin/doomsday -g jdoom -f /usr/local/share/deng/Data/jDoom/jDoom.wad

... that's for games/doomsday, which you start with deng, as the
pkg-message clearly shows you when you install it.

Best Regards,
Christopher Nehren
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