I just confirmed that the LAC repository archive you created for Debian10 works splendidly. First I created a brand-new, "virgin" installation of Debian 10 with the light-weight "xfce" desktop, fully upgraded as of the current date (early June 2021), but without any additional applications. Then I fired up firefox and accessed your LAC repository work from here:
https://build.opensuse.org/package/show ... air-combat
After pressing the prominent "Download package" button, I selected "Download package and install manually". From there I went to the section labeled "For Debian 10 run the following:" That provided me with the text of the following little four-line script to run:
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echo 'deb http://download.opensuse.org/repositories/home:/stevenpusser:/LAC/Debian_10/ /' | sudo tee /etc/apt/sources.list.d/home:stevenpusser:LAC.list
curl -fsSL https://download.opensuse.org/repositories/home:stevenpusser:LAC/Debian_10/Release.key | gpg --dearmor | sudo tee /etc/apt/trusted.gpg.d/home_stevenpusser_LAC.gpg > /dev/null
sudo apt update
sudo apt install linux-air-combat
I decided to run that script just one line at a time, by simply "pasting" each line into a bash shell.
The "sudo" command in the first line gave me trouble because (from that "virgin" installation of debian) my username did not yet have any authority to run "sudo". I fixed that with the well-known "usermod" program from /sbin/usermod. Because my Debian username on that system is "bbosen", the root-level command I used to fix "sudo" was:
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/sbin/usermod -aG sudo, adm bbosen
After that command completed I had to log out and log back in again before I was able to complete that first line of the script.
The script's second line also failed, because (from that virgin installation of debian) the "curl" command had not yet been installed. I installed it with the following root-level command according to well-established norms:
After that command completed I was able complete the second, third, and fourth line of that little 4-line script without further problems. The entire process required less than 5 minutes start to finish. All of the prerequisite compiling, linking, library, and resource tools were installed and configured automatically without any manual intervention. Easy peasy!
Your install script successfully creates a prominent link to "linux-air-combat" in Debian's main menu under "Games", with the appropriate graphic icon showing a little airplane, exactly as I had hoped. Clicking on that icon immediately starts lac, which performs thereafter exactly as documented.
THANKS for all of your work! None of the little complications were beyond "trivial" to overcome, and none would even be apparent to anybody that was exercising a robust copy of Debian that had already been exercised enough to activate "sudo" and "curl" as a consequence of normal, routine work.
Within the next few days I will create a YouTube Playlist showing the EXACT steps described above.