Install a Minetest mod from GitHub

cd ~/.minetest/mods && git clone --recursive https://github.com/$1/$2.git
Where $1 = author and $2 = mod name You need to be running a daily build of Minetest (for example from the 'minetestdevs/daily-builds' PPA), or some bleeding edge mods will not work or crash the game. Update a mod by entering its subdirectory under ~/.minetest/mods and doing git pull && git submodule update --recursive --remote --init

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By: lordtoran
2015-09-30 19:24:59

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