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Shank2 (32/64bit)


  • For troubleshooting, see the FAQs
  • You should already have your build environment setup, as described here
  • You require the original game package called: shank2-linux-update7.tgz
  • You should uninstall the game if it's already installed
  • All commands should be run as the same user that created the build environment, unless otherwise stated
  • This is a large game to build, ensure you have at least 6GB free in your build area.

Creating the RPM

• Verify you have the correct original package by using md5sum:
md5sum shank2-linux-update7.tgz
The number produced should match this, if it doesn't then the build may fail.
9f094de86c40c902aa90c9609575fc49  shank2-linux-update7.tgz
• Copy the original package to your ~/rpmbuild/SOURCES directory, for example:
cp shank2-linux-update7.tgz ~/rpmbuild/SOURCES
• Download the following 'nosrc' RPM using your browser (or wget if you prefer): shank2-0.0-2.nosrc.rpm

• Change to the directory where the 'nosrc' RPM has been saved and type the following:

rpmbuild --rebuild shank2-0.0-2.nosrc.rpm

• If all is successful, the binary RPM will be created in ~/rpmbuild/RPMS/i686/ on 32bit systems or in ~/rpmbuild/RPMS/x86_64/ on 64bit systems. Use yum (as root) to install the RPM as it will resolve any dependencies for you.

32bit example:

yum -y install myhomespace/rpmbuild/RPMS/i686/shank2-0.0-2.i686.rpm
64bit example:
yum -y install myhomespace/rpmbuild/RPMS/x86_64/shank2-0.0-2.x86_64.rpm

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