Gullydeckel Chess Program project is a simple chess program.
Version: 2.16pl1Gullydeckel Chess Program project is a simple chess program.
Operating System: Linux
The Gullydeckel chess playing program allows you to play a game of chess against a not too strong opponent. It has been written by Martin Borriss and is available free of charge on the terms of the GNU General Public License (GPL).
You can use Gullydeckel with Linux and Windows. Most people integrate Gullydeckel with a graphical chess board such as WinBoard. Other interfaces are quite possible (Fritz 8, Arena, or Chessbase).
1. Extract the sources from the archive (e.g., "tar zxf g2_2.13.pl6.tgz")
2. "cd src"
3. "make" (This gives you the gully2 binary.)
4. To have the opening book available, copy the file "book.bin" into the directory where the binary resides. (This is the place and filename searched by default.)
5. Now you are ready to go. You can solve testsuites (in epd/fen format) by typing something like
"gully2 -f ../Tests/bk.epd --time 30"
or play a game using Xboard (e.g., "xboard -fcp gully2").