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Revision as of 11:02, 8 April 2009

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Welcome to the project homepage for the linux port of Theodore Watson's and Zachary Lieberman's lasertagging software. The port is brought to you by syn2cat, the hackerspace in Luxembourg.

The software has been tested with V4L and V4L2 cams. Firewire cameras should work as well because we use unicap internally. (Kudos to arturo for his amazing work on UCUtils and the openFrameworks VideoGrabber)

Downloads

You can download the most recent tarball (includes source) here: http://www.graffitiresearchlab.lu/lasertag_linux.tar.bz2
Alternatively, you can check out the source distribution via subversion on: svn://hackerspace.lu/lasertag_linux
(svn co svn://hackerspace.lu/lasertag_linux)

The source can be browsed through trac: https://www.hackerspace.lu/trac/lasertag_linux/browser

Bugs

The bugtracker is located on our trac server: https://www.hackerspace.lu/trac/lasertag_linux/wiki

Requirements

The readme file contains a list of requirements and documentation.

Documentation

See the readme file.

If you absolutely can't get the software to work even after hours of trying, send me an e-mail (link brings up form) and I'll try to get back to you ASAP. (Note that I will probably assemble a copy of our exchange and post it here to help others.)

Windows / Mac Version

If you're looking for the Windows or Mac version, these can be found here: http://muonics.net/blog/index.php?postid=26

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