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I have ET on 2 seperate drives, one with Mandrake, one with Gentoo. Had a game on mandrake, had me dinner, came back and ET wouldn't load. Ran it from ...
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    ET probs


    I have ET on 2 seperate drives, one with Mandrake, one with Gentoo.

    Had a game on mandrake, had me dinner, came back and ET wouldn't load. Ran it from a terminal and there was a missing file from my home directory - ui.mp.i386.so.

    Hmm, so I copies it from /opt/enemy-territtory cos it's in 2 places ( ?? ). All well.

    Then I fires up Gentoo and exactly the same prob, missing file. Copies it over and all is well.

    Any ideas?
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    do you have a scheduled process that would reogranize/consolodate files?
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