Unzip the archive in a convenient location. Next, you'll need to get the tools to support building on your intended target platform.
Install the mono-runtime and mono-complete packages<br>
3rd Party Tools
Free 3rd party tools are needed for assembling the output code, creating disk images, and attaching the games to the disk images. Which tools you need depends on your target platform.
Merlin32.exe is included already thanks to Brutal Deluxe Software. Thanks, guys!
Copy AppleCommander-126.96.36.199-ac to Lantern's bin folder
Copy these into Lantern's bin folder.
Download and build ltwools
(make, sudo make install)
Install bison and flex packages (needed for cmoc).
Just type 'sudo apt-get bison' and 'sudo apt-get flex'
Download and make cmoc
(./configure, make, sudo make install)
C1541.exe (for attaching the .prg file to a disk image). This is included in WinVice
Download WinVice and copy C1541.exe into Lantern's bin folder.
Note: If you download WinVice you can also run your finished game using x64.exe
Copy Z80asm.exe to the bin folder in the Lantern folder.
Use a serial connection to kermit or xmodem the file to the machine
Alternately, you could move the image on to a CP/M disk using 22disk
DOS Box (for running the 16 bit executables)
card for moving images to the real machine
TRS-80 Model 1, 3, 4
(for attaching cmd file to disk image)
Copy Z80asm.exe to the bin folder in the installation folder
You can launch TRS Tools from anywhere.
mingw (a Windows version of gcc)
(for attaching bin file to tape image)
Copy Z80asm.exe and mctrd.exe to the bin folder under the Lantern installation folder