Friq

Contents

Screenshots

Compiling

Desktop Linux

Sharp Zaurus

Downloads

Licence

Requirements

Source Tarballs

Sharp Zaurus

IPKs

SDL Libraries

SDL Development Libraries

Friq is a port of Sebastian's GP2X game to other Linux platforms -- Sebastian's game can be located here http://archive.gp2x.de/cgi-bin/cfiles.cgi?0,0,0,0,37,2304

Features:

  • Music and sound effects.
  • Different resolutions and orientations suitable for many embedded devices.
  • Joystick, keyboard and mouse support.

Screenshots

Compiling

Desktop Linux

Type 'make'. The build system has been set-up so that by default Friq runs from the installation folder.

If you want to install system-wide then change PACKAGE_DATA_DIR, BINDIR and DOCDIR at the top of Makefile to wherever you want things to go (a common example is provided) and then type 'make install' as super user.

Sharp Zaurus

Type 'make -f Makefile.zaurus' -- this creates an ipk.

Help with setting up the ARM development environment can be found here . As Friq is an SDL application you will need the SDL development packages both for the Zaurus and your Linux desktop PC. The development packages for the Zaurus can be found in #Downloads.

Downloads

Licence

GNU GENERAL PUBLIC LICENSE Version 3, 29 June 2007

Requirements

Source Tarballs

Sharp Zaurus

IPKs

SDL Libraries

If you do not already have these installed on your Zaurus you will need them to play Friq.

For SL-5X00 models :-

For other models :-

SDL Development Libraries

You will need the SDL headers for Zaurus development on your PC if you want to compile Friq yourself -- extract to /opt/Qtopia/sharp/.