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Originally Posted by tructruc (linux version is only available via patching a win32 installation...). I don't understand what you're saying there. I checked for a key that's working with this ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by tructruc View Post
    (linux version is only available via patching a win32 installation...).
    I don't understand what you're saying there.

    I checked for a key that's working with this patch. Now the game works but it's not legal...

    So is there any other way?
    You're saying the installer doesn't like your CD key, but it works with a different one? Are you absolutely sure you're entering in your key correctly? No zeroes that should be uppercase O's or L's that should be ones?
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    I found 2 files in the ~/.doom3/base/ directory

    one called doomkey and one called xpkey

    both are text files.

    What I did was to type in the key to the top of each file (case sensitive) I used the whole code, but when the game was ran it removed the last two characters. The game runs fine for me now although I have not tried the multiplayer yet.

    See if that helps

    Py

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