Thanks for your compliment about pgn-extract (I am its author). You might be able to make the task a little easier by adding --linelength 1000 to the argument list in order to get each game on a single line, then use sed to add an unknown result to the end of the game and re-process the game with pgn-extract to add an empty 7-tag roster. Finally, use sed ...
The XBoard Alien GUI is reputedly better suited to playing chess variants than the standard XBoard is, but that's just an observation. There are many engines that play only a few variants.
Here's a list of engines (other than Fairy-Max) that have been noted as playing a large selection of variants and working with XBoard (Linux ...
Over the years, this question has been asked several times on other forums, but I am not aware of a purely native solution.
According to this discussion on chess.com from 2013, some people have tried Wine, which is "a compatibility layer capable of running Windows applications on several POSIX-compliant operating systems, such as Linux, Mac OSX, & BSD" ...
All top level chess engines like Komodo, Houdini, Rybka, Stockfish etc. are following UCI standards, which is platform-independent. It doesn't matter Linux, Windows, OSX or whatever.
What you need(and what you probably ask) is a GUI for running engine. For this, I can suggest ChessX on Linux.
By the way, Chessmaster's engine is pretty bad comparing the ...
In the line:
name:stockfish command: stockfish directory: /home/user/Desktop/stockfish-7-linux/Linux/src/.stockfish UCI on
Are you sure your exe file is called ".stockfish" and not only just "stockfish". Seems odd that you have a hidden exe file (even that it is possible)
Those appear to be options to set in your Web browser, which is effectively the platform that LiChess runs on. You don't mention which browser you're using…
Chrome uses multiple cores and thereby searches many more nodes per second, without any special attention.
On my Mac, Firefox uses only one core, even after entering the settings you mention (using ...
I have not tried it, but you might be able to install Chess Position Trainer under Linux using WINE. I haven't looked at WINE in a long time, but it's apparently a lot better than it was ~10 years ago when I last tried to do anything with it.
Sorry, no. Chess Position Trainer only runs on Windows 7, 8, and 10.
See the system requirements here.
You could consider a virtual machine running Windows on a Linux host, but it will not run natively.
I will have to take them at their word that just setting those settings will fix your problem, but here is how you do that.
In the URL bar, type "about:config" (without the quotes) and hit enter.
Click "Accept the Risk and Continue" (this is just because your local computer does not have an SSL certificate from an accepted authority)
You will get a warning "...
Scid vs PC requires [Black "AN Other1"] [White "AN Other2"] [Result ""].
Since this was cloned from SCID I'm pretty sure SCID will be the same. I suggest you write a simple program to add these 3 header fields with the [Result] field matching the result at the end of the game.
Given your stated goal,
"...a GUI that I can control via the terminal. Something where I can input a series of moves into the terminal,..."
and Student T's comment of
"I'm not aware for any GUI that also offers command line."
I've tried to find paired items of engines that take command line moves and GUIs that will interact well with these.
Scidb can do it.
Here is how
Open the CBH database.
When it is opened, go to the Database tab.
Right-click on the rectangle of the CBH database and click on Export.
Choose PGN or any other format.
Enter the filename and click on Save.
The only drawback of Scidb for now is that it cannot unarchive .cbv file by now.
I made to tool to unarchive .cbv files. ...
PGN files is definitely the best way to go. PGN is an open and human readable format. Merging two PGN files is very easy; simply copy the content of one PGN file to the end of another.
How you want to organize your PGN files is up to you. You may want to store your PGN files all in one directory, or you may want to store them in separate directories (based ...
Scid vs. PC can do all of the above. It will take a while to load since ICOfY Base is rather large (upward of 4 mil games, I believe). Your best bet is probably to convert the PGN file to Scid format using the pgnscid command-line utility included with Scid vs. PC. That's what I've done in the past, but if I'm not mistaken, ICOfY Base is now available for ...
Make sure you are pointing to the binary distribution of Stockfish and not the source. The binary distribution should be a variation of stockfish_10_x64.
Make sure this binary has execute permissions:
chmod u+x stockfish_10_x64
I don't think you should hard-core SyzygyPath because the ASM engine follows the UCI protocol. You can just send the SyzygyPath option to the engine.
If you insist to modify the assembly language (I don't recommend), goto https://github.com/tthsqe12/asm/blob/f34c20b25c2160b27efda5c5c388ff5e66636d3e/asmFish/guts/Uci.asm.
I suggest that you simply use a browser, and play online at chess.com, lichess.com, or chess24.com. While chess.com and chess24.com have paid versions too, all three have the ability to create an account, and play online, including against computers.
You also have the option to use online engines to analyze your games.
You can use sed '/Result/c[Result ""]' my.pgn > no_results.pgn to replace lines containing the string Result with whatever you want the line to be. You can adopt this for whatever else you want to replace. You want to keep the c.
There are oodles of programs for linux. Take your choice.
Stockfish runs on linux. And many other places too.
It is open source so you can modify the code to do what you want.
These are rated 'best' chess aps for Linux:
PyChess Advanced chess client following the GNOME Human Interface Guidelines /////
Cute Chess Graphical user interface, command-...
try Lucas chess. It's free and works in windows and Linux using wine. It has a tutor option that is really visual and also many engines you can select based on your rating level
asmFish is NOT the same engine as Stockfish, so the answer by Dave is wrong. The difference is that asmFish is written in x86 Assembly (~20% faster), while Stockfish in C++.
Here is an issue I opened to test basically the time fasmg did to compile asmFish. It was closed, however, because the latest fasmg version fails to compile asmFish. The latest working ...
The solution is:
This command right here, as linked: /home/yourusername/.scid4.7/Linux/stockfish_10_x64
It worked for me.
I went into a search and found "Stockfish." Then I went onto "copy link location," and pasted it into command (I copied the Stockfish files in the SCID folder).
I hope that someone finds this helpful.
Mixing Windows and Linux for this (and this way) might not be the easiest way. Also think about future updates that can break your working solution. You already experienced this with InBetween.exe.
If you only use Fritz as database and to analyse your games then you might consider to use SCID on Linux. It has Stockfish in it. Not the most recent version but ...