infofarmer at gmail.com
Mon Nov 7 07:31:37 GMT 2005
On 11/7/05, Alex de Kruijff <freebsd at akruijff.dds.nl> wrote:
> On Sun, Nov 06, 2005 at 04:39:53PM +0000, Antoine Solomon wrote:
> > On 11/6/05, Andrew P. <infofarmer at gmail.com> wrote:
> > >
> > > On 11/6/05, Stepan Rakhimov <stepan_r at mail.ru> wrote:
> > > > >
> > > > > Yesterday, I spent 4 hours playing UT2004. And it
> > > > > seemed to run faster than on Windows. At least it
> > > > > felt much cooler :-)
> > > >
> > > > Please give me a link to UT2004 howto. i tried to find it but without
> > > > success.
> > > >
> > Hey is there any port of the full game?
> Dear Stepan,
> Am I wride in that you don't know much about the FreeBSD ports system?
> Its a system where someone else has insured that the installation of a
> thirth party software goes smoothly.
> This is how you can find ports and install them
> cd /usr/ports
> make search name=UT2004 (use 'key' if you don't know the name)
> This gives me:
> Port: linux-ut2004-demo-3334
> Path: /usr/ports/games/linux-ut2004-demo
> Info: Unreal Tournament 2004 demo
> Maint: jylefort at FreeBSD.org
> R-deps: linux-XFree86-libs-18.104.22.1682_3 linux-expat-1.95.5_3
> linux-fontconfig-2.2.3 linux_base-8-8.0_7 linux_dri-4.4.0
> WWW: http://www.unrealtournament.com/ut2004/
> cd /usr/ports/games/linux-ut2004-demo
> make clean && make install && make clean
> Now its installed.
> Please copy the original recipients, otherwise I may not read your reply.
> Howto's based on my ppersonal use, including information about
> setting up a firewall and creating traffic graphs with MRTG
Somebody seems to should have slept more, doesn't
he? :-) As it is obvious from the port's name,
games/linux-ut2004-demo is not a full game, but only
Thanks for your insight, anyway.
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