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Remove the Debian/Ubuntu header!

Ubuntu doesn't have the stable version of SuperTux anymore. Until the situation is clarified, remove the header, or at least add a warning notice.

Done, added warning on 0.3.0 download page. You should've posted this under the Milestone 1.9 download talk though, it would make more sense. --FlyingPenguins 04:57, 14 February 2007 (UTC)

Supertux on GameCube

Looks like they ported Supertux on cube, look:

http://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=98581&package_id=181273

PcLinuxOs

Pclinuxos has stable supertux in the repository.

It can be installed with an apt-get command, the same way it is on Ubuntu: sudo apt-get install supertux. PCLinuxOS uses apt-get with RPM files.

Mac OS X

It is Mac OS X, not Mac OS/X. OS/X sounds awfully like OS/2.

GNU/Linux? SCNR.

PC-BSD port

There is also a PC-BSD port of Supertux; see http://www.pbidir.com/packages.php?code=434 Please add it to the list.

Supertux on Ubuntu

Actually, ubuntu 7.04feisty has both "supertux" and "supertux-stable" packages

 (i.e. 0.3.0 and 0.1.3 versions).
7.10 gusty has the same. 0.3.1 isnt there...

Debian has "supertux" (which is stable 0.1.3) and the 'experimental' release

 has the new version of supertux ...
The whole Ubuntu thing ticks me off. I asked them to provide different SuperTux packages, and they decided to make it so that SuperTux-0.3.0 is considered an upgrade, rather than a preview. --DJ WingsFreesyle here: N0 PH33R 01:02, 8 May 2007 (UTC)

Linux ports

I'd edit it myself, but it seems that I don't have permission to do so, so I guess I'll have to request it:

First of all, the link which is supposed to explain how to run the automatic installer is broken. It has been moved from [1] to [2].

Second, the current supertux package for Fedora is actually the Supertux development snapshot (0.3.1), not the stable version. The Fedora section should be edited to reflect this. I would wager to guess that this is also the case for some other Linux distributions as well.

Onpon4 20:27, 14 February 2011 (UTC)

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