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:
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.
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)
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:
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)