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|29th January 2004, 20:22||#1|
I've installed the Nvidia graphics drivers and RTCW: Enemy territory. it was pretty easy to get it up and running.
amazingly, ET runs flawlessly
I can't tell much about the performance, with my SD memory and a quadro2 MXR I'm getting sometimes under 20FPS in outside locations with low~medium detail and a resolution of 800*600
not bad at all...
|30th January 2004, 02:42||#2|
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Join Date: May 2002
Most opengl capable games (ut-clones, quake-clones) run flawlessly under linux.
In gentoo, it's extremely easy to install such games.
et viola : )
Ati drivers are pure crap though, visual quality of my R9800 Pro is much lower than my GF2 Pro. : /
HTPC (mac osx): Mac Mini | Core Duo 1.6Ghz | 2GB DDR2 | 26\" TFT
Development (mac osx): Macbook | Core 2 2.0Ghz | 4GB DDR2 | 250GB HD
Games (win xp): E2160 @ 2.4Ghz | HD3850 OC | Asrock 4coredual-vsta | 2GB DDR2
|30th January 2004, 16:12||#4|
adjusting visual quality: check the README included.
(app-e) APPENDIX E: OPENGL ENVIRONMENT VARIABLE SETTINGS
=> edit /etc/rc.d/rc.local
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