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Osien
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Hi SMAUG friends,

I simply cannot give up on my love for SMAUG-derived codebases and in particular SMAUGFUSS. I'm now running a Windows 11 PC and figured I would give Windows Subsystem for Linux a try to see if the compiling process will be any smoother than it has been with Cygwin in recent years. I am running the default Ubuntu installation that WSL installs.

I installed gcc and g++ as well as the zlib1g-dev package. When I go to compile using MAKE, it compiles all .o files and reaches the "Done compiling mud." line without errors. Then, these errors follow:

Compiling o/update.o....
Compiling o/variables.o....
Compiling o/weather.o....
Generating dependency file ...
Done compiling mud.
chmod: changing permissions of 'smaug': Operation not permitted
make[1]: *** [Makefile:77: smaug] Error 1
make: *** [Makefile:46: all] Error 2

Perhaps you wizards could offer some advice? My gratitude would be a-plenty.

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Zedethar
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I haven't tried WSL or anything different. I just kept kicking Cygwin until it finally worked 100%. Now I'm scared to touch it again though.

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Remcon
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if you open the makefile you will notice you have some lines with chmod to change the permissions on some files. Im guessing you need to give yourself permission to chnage permissions on those files. Really that is just making it so the files can be read and wrote to. May need to see what permissions you have or might need to run it as an administrator. Been probably 20 years since I messed with a Linux system lol.

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