As an PS. i have to say this method of fixing things is really dirty, and does not consider the gamers convenience in any way. Release a fixed spring that gets updated to the repositories, and that would be all. This was really messy, and took a long time to figure out even with the excellent help of Burp and some parts by Licho.
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To be less invasive it would also be a good idea to install into a prefix outside of $PATH like /opt/zerok Otherwise the manual install in /usr/local will globally and "forever" override spring's debian package install.
I can say the -j 2 made it use my two cores, while without it it only used one. You might be technically correct, but this worked for me.
koshi: i have no clue about that one. I was told to change the bin target from /usr/bin/spring to usr/local/bin/spring and /usr/lib/libunitsync.so to /usr/local/lib/libunitsync.so so i assumed they did not go to the same directory. Of course the ones helping me could have been wrong, i just hope the next release will work once i do an apt-get upgrade.
In the future, if you decide to use dev builds, please take the time to post how to get things working under a system that does not use ZKL. (i have no idea about what it means to install outside a prefix $PATH)
edit: ubuntu packaged bin seems to be in in /usr/games/spring
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