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Offline Iowa_Nate

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ace of penguins
« on: December 28, 2021, 07:24:23 PM »
downloaded and loaded typed the following into the term
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tc@box:~$acep-of-penguins
sh: ace_off_penguins: not found
tc@box:~$sudo ace_of_penguins
sh: ace_off_penguins: command not found

I find this interesting because ace-of-penguins is installed in the same place as firefox: /usr/local/tce.installed
typing
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firefoxworks just fine

double checked the owner and group its  tc:staff
same owner and group as firefox

I'm lost. I feel pretty silly because I'm sure the solution is a simple one

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Re: ace of penguins
« Reply #1 on: December 28, 2021, 07:34:27 PM »
Hi Iowa_Nate
Ace-of-penguins  contains multiple games. Try it like this:
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tc@box:~$penguins
The files listed under  /usr/local/bin/  as seen here are the names of all of the games:
http://tinycorelinux.net/11.x/x86/tcz/ace-of-penguins.tcz.list

Offline Iowa_Nate

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Re: ace of penguins
« Reply #2 on: December 29, 2021, 03:20:16 AM »
worked like a charm. thnx

so... /tce.installed just links to files in usr/local/bin/?? and possibly the files in /bin need others to work such as libs wich are owned by root so it can happen in the "background"?

I think I'm starting to remember the way its all organized.

I imagine a symphony with each instrument having its purpose, all working together to provide the listener with a clear and concise sound.

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Re: ace of penguins
« Reply #3 on: December 29, 2021, 06:26:00 AM »
Hi Iowa_Nate
... so... /tce.installed just links to files in usr/local/bin/?? ...
Actually,  /usr/bin/tce-load  handles that. The files in  /usr/local/tce.installed  match the name of the extension being
loaded. The  tce-status -i  command uses them to display which extensions are currently installed. If an extension
needs any commands run right after installation, that extension will include them in a file for the  tce.installed
directory. If no file is included,  tce-load  creates an empty one as a marker.