I logged in simple enough and set up an account so I'm not always on root and then left it at that. I booted into Ubuntu on my own PC and searched the internet to figure out how to install a package completely through command line.
So, I tested it on my comp:
1. cd /home/joshua/testing
2. wget (direct link to armagetronad-styctap-sty+ct+ap-0.2.9_alpha_r849.src.tar.gz)
3. tar -xzvf download (that's what it named the package upon dowloading it - with no extension)
- it then unzipped the package and created the folder with all the files in it named armagetronad-styctap-0.2.9-sty+ct+ap_alpha_r849
4. installed dependencies
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sudo apt-get install bzr build-essential automake libboost-dev libxml2-dev libsdl-image1.2-dev sudo apt-get libsdl-mixer1.2-dev ftgl-dev libglew-dev bison pkg-config autoconf sudo apt-get autotools-dev libprotobuf-dev protobuf-compiler libboost-thread-dev
7. /configure --disableglout --enable-dedicated
9. sudo make install
As far as I can tell, that only installed the client. What did I do wrong? I'm trying to get the process right on my computer with the intentions of just repeating on my Debian 6 64bit VPS.
Is there a more effective method?