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14 Jun 2015 22:12 #27409 by Rayj00
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I though you or someone else cautioned not to use Ubuntu repositories?

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14 Jun 2015 22:17 - 14 Jun 2015 22:19 #27410 by sp0ck
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Was me - and was a fault - my last tests were with debian - sry for giving wrong info at 1st.

... but as you can see - even on Ubuntu it depends which release you use ... :/
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14 Jun 2015 23:15 #27413 by Rayj00
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sp0ck wrote: Check: http://packages.ubuntu.com/search?keywords=pokerth

All Ubuntu versions starting with Ubuntu 14.04LTS do have the actual version of pokerth in their repo: pokerth 1.1.1-2ubuntu2: amd64 i386

Below 14.04LTS you might have problems with the dependencies - in case you try to install the actual pokerth version manually. If you are using a VBox, just use one of the Ubuntu Versions >= 14.04 LTS - then there should be no problem installing it with simple "sudo apt-get install pokerth" (you will need to activate universe in your apt sources if not yet done).

I just tested it myself in A VBox with 14.04 LTS


Ok I followed your advice. Now how to start pokerth and access from remote site?

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14 Jun 2015 23:21 #27414 by Rayj00
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sp0ck wrote: Check: http://packages.ubuntu.com/search?keywords=pokerth

All Ubuntu versions starting with Ubuntu 14.04LTS do have the actual version of pokerth in their repo: pokerth 1.1.1-2ubuntu2: amd64 i386

Below 14.04LTS you might have problems with the dependencies - in case you try to install the actual pokerth version manually. If you are using a VBox, just use one of the Ubuntu Versions >= 14.04 LTS - then there should be no problem installing it with simple "sudo apt-get install pokerth" (you will need to activate universe in your apt sources if not yet done).

I just tested it myself in A VBox with 14.04 LTS


How did you test it? Please provide details. I have no idea how to start the server as well as how to play remotely.

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14 Jun 2015 23:56 - 14 Jun 2015 23:57 #27417 by Rayj00
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When I run the command: pokerth I get the following error:
QXcbConnection: Could not connect to display
Aborted (core dump)

THis happens on both Ubuntu 32 bit and 64 Server.
I don't understand how you tested this?

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15 Jun 2015 00:03 - 15 Jun 2015 00:13 #27418 by sp0ck
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You are using a Server version without an installed X-Server (xorg).

The client only runs on an X-Server - any minimum Desktop System like Openbox should fit your needs for the game.

... and using the client by remote side: as it is based on an x-server/desktop-system - install a vnc server for example - you can then connect with a vnc client to the machine and use the desktop => the pokerth client

... from outside your lan - check router port forwarding settings - vnc requires a specific port.
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