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Getting Hu-Go! and running it
For some reason I couldn't build from the source - there seem to be several files missing. Get the latest Linux binaries, making sure that you've installed Allegro. After installing, *make* *sure* to run hu-go to run as root by using
chown root.root hugo
chmod +s hugo
At least, I can't get it to run without running as root. And so far I've only run it in console.
One other problem - with the sound configured (sound works *great*!), the gameplay seems to halt every coupla seconds. This could be that I don't have enough ram...?