For Windows there is a common installer. Double-click on the
glGo-xxx.exe file and follow the
You need OpenGL libraries installed, they are included in the standard installation of Windows 98 and newer (not recommended) or come with your hardware driver. See section Requirements for details.
The glGo installer includes the redistributable OpenAL library published by Creative.
If you have trouble getting OpenAL sound working, you can start
glGo from a DOS window with:
If you want to play with GNU Go, get one of the many Windows GNU Go binaries and drop gnugo.exe into the glGo installation folder. You can download a ready-to-run GNU Go for Windows on the glGo webpage, the GNU Go homepage and from many other sites on the Internet.
If you are running Windows 98 and have trouble with text
scrolling in the IGS textareas, replace