Fs2 open on Linux/Compiling

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« Optimization The fs2_open on Linux Guide
Compiling
Compile Script »

Note: This step is only for those who want the bleeding-edge source code to compile on their own. You can skip this if you intend to use a provided binary executable.

Run from within your fs2_open directory:

$ make

Sit back and enjoy gcc work its magic.
You will find the binary executable in code/ as either fs2_open_r if you built a release build or fs2_open_d if you built a debug build.

NOTE: in 3.6.15 and higher, quiet compiles are turned on by default. To get a verbose compile:

$ V=1 make

Also, the binary executable in code/ is now called fs2_open_3.6.15 and fs2_open_3.6.15_DEBUG