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    does anyone know where can i find and download unreal tournament 2004 for linux?i don't want the demo version,i want the full one...
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    You can emerge it, or probably maybe get it with YaST, but you'd still need the Linux CDs to go with it.
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    Re: unreal tournament 2004

    Quote Originally Posted by stathisx
    does anyone know where can i find and download unreal tournament 2004 for linux?i don't want the demo version,i want the full one...
    If you want to download the real version you're going to be breaking the law. The only downloadable version is the demo. If you want warez, you're on the wrong forum.
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    You can emerge the installer or something like that, but you still need the purchased CD

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    sorry i didn't meant to break the law...thanx for the replies..
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    Quote Originally Posted by stathisx
    sorry i didn't meant to break the law...thanx for the replies..
    No harm done (I hope). It's easy to get commercial and OSS software confused, particularly when the clients for some commercial games have been open-sourced but their game content is still copyrighted (i.e. Doom and Quake).
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