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I am a fairly dedicated Linux user and do all of my work on MaNGOS and databases in Linux. I currently use Gentoo GNU/Linux 64bit, but the content here should apply to many other distros as well. You see, I just figured out that if you're running KDE (not Gnome, XFCE, LXDE, or others) and using the Dolphin file browser, you can REALLY make using GIT simple! All you need to do is install the Dolphin plugins package for your distro. On Gentoo I had to emerge "dolphin-plugins". Your method may vary. Once the plugins are installed, open Dolphin and go to "Settings->Configure Dolphin" or "Control->Configure Dolphin". Enable the GIT support by checking the box next to "git". Press OK, close Dolphin, and then re-open it. Navigate to a folder containing a local GIT repo and right-click somehwere inside. YOu can now switch branches, create branches, push, pull, commit, and more with a GUI interface! I wish I had known this a year or so back when I was struggling to learn GIT. Oh well, I hope it helps another person!
Thought I would attempt to set up a rel21 mangoszero server. Is there a way to compile through visual studio like the previous builds? Or do we have to use this EasyBuild thing? Because I installed OpenSSL 32 +64, I installed CMake, but when I go to generate project I get: CMake Error at CMakeLists.txt:20 (project): No CMAKE_C_COMPILER could be found. CMake Error at CMakeLists.txt:20 (project): No CMAKE_CXX_COMPILER could be found. Not sure if i am supposed to be doing something with CMake, but I have no idea what this program is and have never used it before - I just installed it and assumed that was enough. Thanks, -J