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SubjectLinux Quake on 2.0.0? Yes indeedy! 8-)
On Mon, 8 Jul 1996 rasmus@madhaus.utcs.utoronto.ca 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.
|
|There is no Quake 0.91 binary for Linux, as far as I know. Try running
|the
|test version of Quake (qtest1.zip) and using the linux_qtest1a.tgz
|executables. Works fine if you have a recent XF86 server and libs.

Yes, there's a linux shareware quake:

ftp://ftp.lek.net/pub/linux/quake/intel_linux_quake091.tgz

now, let us never speak of it again.. :-)

---

Seriously, I can get linux quake "0.91" (in the game it says it's
0.92) to run without problems. Unfortunately, it refuses to run
for me in Kernels 2.0.1 - 2.0.4 -- and I've tried them all. No doubt
this is because of the "new and improved" USSlite :-)

When trying to run it on 2.0.1+ opens a window, begins unpacking the
PAK file, then shuts down with "floating point exception"

It runs great in 2.0.0 -- well, the sounds are choppy, due to the
fact that it mixes the samples at too high a sampling rate: 44 KHz,
much higher than the DOS version does, and sucking up too much CPU
power. Fortunately this can all be corrected with environment
variables:

QUAKE_SOUND_SAMPLEBITS = <8 or 16, i suppose>
QUAKE_SOUND_SPEED = <11000, 22050 are good values>
QUAKE_SOUND_CHANNELS = <1 or 2, i guess>

System info: P5-100 Neptune II ; 16 Mb ; kernel 2.0.0 ; libc 5.4.2 ;
Xfree86 3.1.2E ; ld.so 1.8.1 ; fvwm 2.0.42 -- I guess that's all
that's remotely relevant.

---
Mark Orr
markorr@intersurf.com


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