Available files for version 0.64.14
Old neoraine, look there
And there is a Mac OS X version !
From now on you can find the data files history.dat, hiscore.dat and command.dat in the Extras section.
For linux, you can use this debian package.
If you want to add this to your apt sources, you can by adding this line :
deb http://raine.1emulation.com/archive/debian/ unstable mainto your /etc/apt/sources.list file. It's working for debian testing, amd64 and i386 binaries. If you have ubuntu, you can try it anyway, it might work too, I won't maintain separate ubuntu packages, too much trouble.
Since apt will complain about unsigned packages if you just add this line, you can add the public key from this link. Just download it, and then use :
apt-key add pubkey.txt
Multi-arch : raine is now multi-arch, which means it's just an i386 package when installed in an amd64 system. You might want to read the multi-arch howto there. Short version : in the console, type :
dpkg --print-foreign-architecturesIf it doesn't list anything, then type this :
sudo dpkg --add-architecture i386Then you might want to list rainemu in your sources.list file this way :
deb [arch=i386] http://raine.1emulation.com/archive/debian/ unstable mainThen you can run apt-get update and then apt-get install raine normally.
You can also compile raine from source, but the docs for that are still about the old versions < 0.50.0. Basically the changes in 0.50.0 are that you don't need allegro anymore (except if you want to build the savegame converter), and you need SDL_image and SDL_ttf. Here is a short guide about what you will need for that.
Logiqx has also some notes about compiling raine32.