Compiling CircleMUD under RiscOS by Gareth Duncan (firstname.lastname@example.org)
You will need: The CircleMUD source code. !GCC, !UnixLib, drlink and make available from Hensa. Acorns sockets library available form the Acorn ftp site. A copy of !FreeNet and !FreeTerm.
1) Firstly obtain a copy of !GCC, !UnixLib, drlink, make and Acorns sockets library.
2) Place the directory Sockets from the sockets library inside !UnixLib37.src.clib
3) Unpack the CircleMUD binary and start setting up the directory structures in the src directory.
4) src | ———————————- | | | | | | util act c h o conf | ————— | | | c h o
5) Place all the files in the correct directories according to their name remembering to remove the directory information from the filename. e.g. ban/c goes in the directory c and is renamed to ban. act/item/c goes in the directory act then c and is renamed to item.
6) Set the type of any data files in the src directories to text.
7) Copy the acorn configure file (should be conf/h/arc) into the h directory and rename it conf.
8) Create an obey file called !Compile in the src containing the following lines
– begin (don’t include this line)
WimpSlot -min 10000K -max 10000K dir <Obey$Dir>
make -r – end (don’t include this line)
and set the wimpslot to as much memory as you can afford.
9) Place the make program in the src directory and rename the file Makefile/arc to Makefile removing the old file already called Makefile.
10) Unpack GCC and Unixlib placing them where you want and then double click on them. Then run the !Compile file. Everything should run okay. Make sure that drlink is placed inside GCC in the bin directory. If you get any error messages check that the code changes at the bottom of this file are present. If not alter the code as instructed.
11) Place the module CallASWI from !UnixLib37.src.CallASWI in the bin directory.
12) Now get a copy of the FreeNet internet stack or a recent version of Acorns stack and FreeTerm. Make sure the FreeUser start up script has the line
ifconfig lo0 inet 127.0.0.1 up Then run the startup script, run FreeTerm and then open a task window. Run the !Run file (which should be placed in the directory above src) from the task window by typing in its file name and then press return, the Mud should load (you should be able to just shift drag the !Run file onto the window if you are using !Zap).
13) To log onto the mud type localhost and set the port to 4000 in FreeTerm and then press connect
Please excuse the poor spelling and grammar in this and if you have any trouble contact email@example.com.