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Ok, i installed linux on my xbox, legally.
Im tottally NEW to linux.
But i want to play some sipmle, free games.
So I downloaded some, and I don't know how to install them...
files are filename.tar.gz
I can unzip them using winzip on my normal PC with windows.
Then i can unzip the *.tar using winzip on my normal PC with Windows.
Then i can upload it to my xbox.
MPI Tic Tac Toe (ttt) v0.16
Written by Benjamin Miller <email@example.com>
This is a tic tac toe program that can be compiled either for MPI or
as a sequential program. The AI engine is a recursive, alpha pruning
algorithm that can search to a specified depth. Boards can be square,
with 3, 4, 5, or 6 rows (though the AI is only optimized for 3- and
First run `make depend'. Then, compile with `make' (or, to compile
with MPI, run `make MPI=1' or uncomment the line `MPI = 1' in the
Makefile). I've tested ttt with Linux (x86) and Solaris (sparc). It
should work on any UNIX platform, though.
Ok here is the installation, but im a tottally noob on linux, so i do not understand what it means.
Does it mean to start a 'terminal' and then type "make depend" and the type "make"