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That, or use BP builds for everything, like I do. Going from BP builds to 3.6.16 could actually be considered a downgrade. They're usually pretty stable (and if they aren't they're quickly fixed).
And here's some more Linux builds for different distros (32/64bit Intel architecture only).To install, click the 'Download Package' link, select your OS and follow the instructionsRPMs install to /usr/bin, DEBs install to /usr/games/bin (eh - I just did what lintian recommended)If you use wxlauncher, copy or link the binaries to your FSO/TC game folder so it can find themAny feedback is appreciated!
While I do agree the BP builds at least provide good testing for the 3.7 pilot code.
Why is it good that FS2 was compiled on VC2008 and not VC2010? and why you're looking to compile on older VC versions?
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