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Hey, I have Unreal Tournament GOTY Edition which I bought a few years ago now. I know that there is/was a native UT conversion from Loki Games, but their FTP ...
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    Hey, I have Unreal Tournament GOTY Edition which I bought a few years ago now.

    I know that there is/was a native UT conversion from Loki Games, but their FTP is dead. How can I get UT working on Linux?

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    Try the following:
    http://download.beyondunreal.com/fil...l-436-goty.run
    That one for GOTY.
    This one is for non goty:
    http://download.beyondunreal.com/fil...nstall-436.run
    Filefront link goes to the wrong file i think.

    If that doesnt work, like it didnt for me, ive hosted a hard to come by one on my own website:
    http://mirrage.dynamized.com/downloa...tilanguage.run
    It doesnt decompress the maps, so you'll need to run the following:
    Code:
    #!/bin/sh
    cd /usr/local/games/ut/System
    for i in `ls ../Maps/*.unr.uz`
    do
    ./ucc-bin decompress ../Maps/$i -nohomedir
    done
    rm ../Maps/*unr.uz
    mv *.unr ../Maps
    You'll need to modify that as appropriate to where your UT directory is and save it as anything .sh and execute it.
    That code is only for the multilanguage installer AFTER running it and installing it. Try the other installer first.

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