@b - Any chance we could have a command line option on domain-server to specify location of resources directory?
We really need that to move forward with doing a proper install package for Linux. I currently have domain-server and assignment-client running under Ubuntu 16.04 with QT5.6.0. I’ll have to do a PR for 3 files that fail to compile under GCC5.3 (someone forgot to add a namespace::isnan). I could probably figure out how to add command line parsing and logic to domain-server, but, it would be a wasted effort if it’s not something that would be acceptable to merge in, and will probably take me 10x time of someone competent in QT/C++.
If I’m allowed to place resources somewhere “sane” I could likely whip up a debian package in no time for server binaries on 14.04,15.10 (soon to be EOL tho) and 16.04 (on the verge of release day).