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Seahaven Towers is a classic Unix solitaire game updated with new card images. With this program you can waste as much time with Linux as with competing systems, yet the Linux solitaire game requires actual thought to operate.

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Recent releases

  •  11 Jul 2011 02:28

    Release Notes: An actual timer is used for the animation to make it smooth. Previous versions varied widely in speed, depending on what X did. The text is drawn antialiased using Xft, making the display a little less old-looking.

    •  26 Mar 2004 23:29

      Release Notes: This release adds changes to the source code to compile with the newest C++ header files and a precompiled binary built for Linux 2.4.

      •  06 Aug 2002 07:31

        Release Notes: This version is now ICCCM compliant.

        •  21 Jul 2001 22:14

          Release Notes: Fixed to compile on Linux 2.2 systems.

          •  11 Jan 1999 21:23

            Release Notes: Fixed makefiles for non-gmake systems and version numbering has been fixed to sort correctly.

            Recent comments

            07 Jun 2007 03:47 lohner

            Cygwin compilation
            It works under Cygwin as well. Just install Cygwin, add the X11 packages (and X11 development libraries!), and compile.

            If you get an error about a missing X11 library after running 'make', use the following compile line. It adds the X11R6 lib path to the compile line used in the Makefile.

            c++ -Wall -Wno-return-type -O2 -o seahaven main.o util.o card.o stack.o score.o auto.o -lX11 -lXext -lm -L/usr/X11R6/lib

            04 Sep 2000 08:53 dilogsys

            Seahaven Towers game
            The module auto.C throws up a compiler error for undeclared function memset().

            Just add the line #include with the other includes at the beginning of the file and all works fine.


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