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Marianya4

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Hey, guys!

I'm a Linux user too and I've been having some trouble installing DDLC.

 I downloaded the game and extracted it. Then, I tried to run it using the EXE file, but it didn't work. So I decided to find some help online, that's why I'm here.

Anyway, I tried also to run it (I just double clicked the DDLC.sh file), but it gave me this:

#!/bin/sh

SCRIPT="$0"

# Resolve the chain of symlinks leading to this script.
while [ -L "$SCRIPT" ] ; do
    LINK=$(readlink "$SCRIPT")

    case "$LINK" in
        /*)
            SCRIPT="$LINK"
            ;;
        *)
            SCRIPT="$(dirname "$SCRIPT")/$LINK"
            ;;
    esac
done

# The directory containing this shell script - an absolute path.
ROOT=$(dirname "$SCRIPT")
ROOT=$(cd "$ROOT"; pwd)

# The name of this shell script without the .sh on the end.
BASEFILE=$(basename "$SCRIPT" .sh)

if [ -z "$RENPY_PLATFORM" ] ; then
    case "$(uname -s)-$(uname -m)" in
        Darwin-*)
            RENPY_PLATFORM="darwin-x86_64"
            ROOT1="$ROOT/../Resources/autorun"
            ROOT2="$ROOT/../../.."
                        ;;
        *-x86_64|amd64)
            RENPY_PLATFORM="linux-x86_64"
            ROOT1="$ROOT"
            ROOT2="$ROOT"
                        ;;
        *-i*86)
            RENPY_PLATFORM="linux-i686"
            ROOT1="$ROOT"
            ROOT2="$ROOT"
            ;;
        *)
            echo "Ren'Py could not detect that platform it's running on. Please set"
            echo "the RENPY_PLATFORM environment variable to one of \"linux-i686\" or"
            echo "\"linux-x86_64\", or \"darwin-x86_64\" and run this command again."
            exit 1
            ;;
    esac
fi

for BASE in "$ROOT" "$ROOT1" "$ROOT2"; do
    LIB="$BASE/lib/$RENPY_PLATFORM"
    if test -d "$LIB"; then
        break
    fi
done

for BASE in "$ROOT" "$ROOT1" "$ROOT2"; do
    if test -e "$BASE/$BASEFILE.py"; then
        break
    fi
done

if ! test -d "$LIB"; then
    echo "Ren'Py platform files not found in any of $ROOT, $ROOT1 or $ROOT2!"
    echo "Please compile the platform files using the instructions in README.md"
    echo "or point them to an existing installation using ./after_checkout.sh <path>."
    exit 1
fi

if test -n "$LD_LIBRARY_PATH"; then
    export LD_LIBRARY_PATH="$LIB:$LD_LIBRARY_PATH"
fi

exec $RENPY_GDB "$LIB/$BASEFILE" $RENPY_PYARGS -EO "$BASE/$BASEFILE.py" "$@"


It seems I'm not using the right program to open it. But, well, I don't know which program I should be using then. I tried literally all the ones I've got. Some of them (like VLC) even gave some images (like Monikas.chr image etc). 

Am I doing it right?

I also tried using the terminal to run the DDLC.sh, but it says "File or directory not found".

 kreeperskid said it wasn't in the right directory. So, I tried moving the DDLC.sh file to the file named "game". Then, I tried running it again, in the Terminal, but nothing happened.

So I tried to follow Ocean_22's steps.

Download the windows version. Check.

Extract it. Check.

Go to the folder that contains all the games files. Check.

Right click, "open in terminal". This option is not available. When I right click it, I can: open,  open with..., cut, move, link, compress, anything but open in terminal. Either way, I opened the Terminal.

Then type in "./DDLC.sh" and press enter.  Check. Typed /DDLC.sh (without the quotation marks). But again it says: "File or directory not found".

I don't know  why it isn't oppening, so pls, if anyone could help me, I would be really glad.

>.<