UT2004 on FreeBSD
josh at tcbug.org
Fri Jan 28 08:02:45 PST 2005
On Friday 28 January 2005 05:25, Loren M. Lang wrote:
> On Fri, Jan 28, 2005 at 11:15:38AM +0100, Jorn Argelo wrote:
> > On Thu, 27 Jan 2005 22:31:33 -0800, Loren M. Lang wrote
> > > On Thu, Jan 27, 2005 at 08:50:19PM -0800, Loren M. Lang wrote:
> > > > I know there were some people on the list asking about
> > > > running Unreal Tournament 2004 on FreeBSD a while back.
> > > > Mainly, the c++ libraries were what was missing in
> > > > linux_base. Now that linux_base-rh9 is out, all the required
> > > > libraries are easy to install. Also, x11/linux-XFree86-libs
> > > > will be needed. I have UT2004 running in freebsd, but some
> > > > of the images and player models don't show up and, while the
> > > > mouse works in the menus, once I get in game, I can't do
> > > > anything. Any ideas on how to fix this?
> > >
> > > It seems the keyboard doesn't work either once I'm in game
> > > except for alt-enter when windows the screen from fullscreen.
> > > It's like it's not able to access the keyboard or mouse using
> > > what ever raw access it's trying to do, but they both work
> > > elsewhere when it's just using the regular X protocol to access
> > > them.
> > I'm using linux_base-7.1, and I don't have linux-XFree86-libs
> > installed either (Perhaps that's not required since I'm use
> > x.org.) And UT2004 works just fine with me. Though the
> > performance is somewhat worse then it was at Windows, but that's
> > probably because of the Nvidia drivers. Of course, one should not
> > expect too much from an GeForce 4 MX440 :)
> When I was using linux_base-7 I had several linux programs missing
> certain versions of libstdc++ libraries. The installed version was
> something like libstdc++.so.3 and the program needed something like
> libstdc++.so.9. Since I installed linux_base-rh-9, they now run,
> though UT2004 has problems in-game. Before I upgraded linux_base,
> it didn't even start. Also, linux-XFree86-libs isn't needed for
> linux_base-7, there already part of it, but they seperated it out
> for rh-9 I guess.
> And UT2004 runs just fine in Linux with my GeForce4 MX440 and since
> Doom 3 runs pretty good in both linux and freebsd with my geforce
> 4, I'd say the nvidia drivers are probably pretty good.
> > Jorn
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