The reason for the crashing on startup is that it is not loading the
/usr/games/vultureseye/fonts/VeraSe.ttf -> /usr/share/fonts/bitstream-
/usr/share/fonts/bitstream-vera/VeraSe.ttf does not exist.
Updating the link allows it to start. I'm against losing games. So I'd
rather keep the current version at the moment. When I get a chance I'll
look into new versions of the program.
On Sun, 2020-05-17 at 14:17 -0500, Bruno Wolff III wrote:
The current nethack-vultures uses a very old version of nethack. It
bundled because a customized version is used to support the isometric
There exists source for a slight more recent version, but it is
very old. The upstream web site is now dead and they weren't very
about publishing source. So I can't get code from just a few years
At this point, I don't think it is worth the work to support this
different UI for nethack.
If someone else wants to take it over, I'm fine with that. The
version I was able to find was 3.67. I don't seem to have a copy of
that, but old Debian releases probably have it. When I last looked at
going from the current Fedora version to 3.67 was a substantial
work. The current version is crashing on start up, so even keeping
quo needs some work.
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