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SubjectRe: Linux Quake 0.91 on 2.0.4?
Jauder Ho wrote:
>
> is there sound/music yet?? I think I might have to make a trip to
> fries to get some new speakers.
>
> --Jauder
>
> On Tue, 9 Jul 1996 msmith@quix.robins.af.mil wrote:
>
> > > > Anybody able to get the Linux version of Quake 0.91 to work on
> > > > Linux 2.0.4 with the new libc? I get a core dump right after all
> > > > the various startup messages have scrolled past.
> > > >
> > >
> > > Where, where, where, I can't find it anywhere (I've looked in the id
> > > mirror on sunsite.doc.ic.ac.uk (first), and the actual id software site,
> > > all I can find is the old linux version of the quake networking test
> > > (which still works here with it's own .pak, if that's what you ment,
> > > dosn't work with the shareware .pak).
> >
> > I got it from ftp.lek.net/pub/linux/quake Saturday night.
> > We ran a deathmatch on a RedHat box with Linux 1.2.13 with
> > no problems.
> >
> > Melvin
> >
> >
Allthough I only run Quake on Linux 2.0.0 I thought I would say that
there is indeed sound (no music though). I have even a Quake-server running
on this machine (130.225.226.5) under Linux 2.0.0.

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