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    Quake Wars is going to OWN!!! Just as long as there is a Linux version.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Oxygen
    Quake Wars is going to OWN!!! Just as long as there is a Linux version.
    If Id continues their tradition with this one, I'm sure we'll have something. It would be very nice if it was released Doom 3-style, that would be good. Perhaps on the discs themselves? I'm just throwing this out there.
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    Wait, by Doom 3 style do you mean you download all the extension files and place the .pk4 files in base directory?
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    Thank you one and all

    Thanks, I'll probably try em all, but I don't have graphics issues though. Snooped and gathered info when building my linux box. Best of everything. Hell of a lot of money, but as much time as I sit staring into my LCD, it might as well look pretty.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oxygen
    Wait, by Doom 3 style do you mean you download all the extension files and place the .pk4 files in base directory?
    No, I mean by an officially-supported Linux installer, rather than Quake 1 or 2 style where we had to wait for someone in the hacker community to come up with an installer/client.
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