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  1. Red Orchestra

    Quote: Ut2003 Total conversion... WWII Eastern Front Germans v Russians... Outstanding... Linux version a little buggy menu and the like, but very playable. Adictive!!! For linux install read redOrchestra forum. http://www.unrealwarfarex.com/redorchestra I created an installer for this one, you can download it at my site. http://mandrake101.no-ip.org/ Native Gaming > Installing Native Games and in the UT2003 MOD sectiion, have at it.
  2. linux antivirus

    I recently switched to Sylpheed-Claws email client, and it comes with ClamAV plugin support. Just do a google search for the product.
  3. Halo

    Quote: Has anyone tested Halo with Wine/WineX yet? I am wanting to setup a server for it, Wondering if it will run... It installed flawlessly using WineX 3.1, but it errored out on me too when trying to start the game. I haven't found anything on the Transgaming forums yet either. I would like to get this one running as well. All that can be done is start a poll on the Transgaming site to have the game added to the supported list.
  4. Kodak easyshare DX6440 digital camera

    Quote: Thank you for this interesting info. I am trying to use Digikam release 0.5.1 without success. Tomorrow I will have time and I will try to find both USBView and GTKam and install them and see if I can get it to work. I would love to use linux instead of windoze when working with the pictures. Because Gimp runs fast on my computer and I also like the quick access to all menus with just a click with the right mousebutton. Adobe photoshop is really slow on my windoze PC. I use VMware 4.1 for anything that I absolutely have to do in windows. Like using Adobe Image ready, or Dreamweaver MX to edit my web site. Keep posting your results, and I will try to help you as much as possible. The big difference is that we are using different distributions of Linux.
  5. Kodak easyshare DX6440 digital camera

    Quote: I am running SUSE 8.2. Pretty much a standardinstallation. However, I have reinstalled Gphoto while trying to get it to work. I wouldn't concern yourself with GPhoto, but have you installed USBView and GTKam ? What you can try though is to click the button on the docking station and make sure it is being detected first using USBView. Once the system is detecting it and you know the camera is being detect, it is then a program issue vice hardware. GPhoto didn't really work with mine either, but you can use GTKam to retrieve the images from the camera, then just use Gimp to view and edit your pictures. I get output when I run the gphoto2 --auto-detect program but the actual software just doesn't work properly with our cameras. Just a thought to roll around. Here is the output I get. # gphoto2 --auto-detect Model Port ---------------------------------------------------------- Kodak DX4900 usb: It is detected but the program itself is useless and will not detect the camera. That is why I use GTKam to actually transfer the pictures. With GTKam you will not have to mount anything, you just go into the program and run the autodetect, once your light is blinking on the Easyshare docking station. There should be packages available for SuSE. http://gphoto.sourceforge.net/proj/gtkam/ These packages came on the Mandrake Distro CDs and all I had to do was install them. You might want to check your cds, or you should be able to find the SuSE packages online somewhere.
  6. Kodak easyshare DX6440 digital camera

    Quote: Cannot get it to work. I use a standardinstallation of suse 8.2 and gphoto 2.1.1. when typing "gphoto2 --list-ports" It says: "usb: Universal Serial Bus" When typing gphoto2 --auto-detect" it only says: "Model Port" When typing: "mount -t vfat /dev/sda1 /mnt/camera" it says: "/dev/sda1 is not a valid block device" When typing gphoto2 --debug it says: 0.086991 main(2): gphoto2 2.1.1 0.130230 main(2): gphoto2 has been compiled with the following options: 0.179007 main(2): + gcc (C compiler used) 0.225629 main(2): + popt (for handling command-line parameters) 0.275955 main(2): + exif (for displaying EXIF information) 0.322953 main(2): + cdk (for accessing configuration options) 0.377488 main(2): + no aa (for displaying live previews) 0.430760 main(2): + jpeg (for displaying live previews in JPEG format) 0.489265 main(2): + readline (for easy navigation in the shell) 0.550593 main(2): libgphoto2 2.1.2dev5 0.608024 main(2): libgphoto2 has been compiled with the following options: 0.668818 main(2): + gcc (C compiler used) 0.723484 main(2): + EXIF (for special handling of EXIF files) 0.783883 main(2): + no ltdl (working around bugg libltdl, eh? :-) 0.842535 main(2): + /proc/meminfo (adapts cache size to memory available) 1.904464 main(2): libgphoto2_port 0.5.1 1.935578 main(2): libgphoto2_port has been compiled with the following options: 1.935627 main(2): + gcc (C compiler used) 1.935639 main(2): + USB (for USB cameras) 1.935651 main(2): + serial (for serial cameras) 1.935663 main(2): + resmgr (serial port access and locking) 1.935675 main(2): + no baudboy (serial port locking) 1.935687 main(2): + no ttylock (serial port locking) 1.935699 main(2): + no lockdev (serial port locking) 1.935710 main(2): + no ltdl (working around bugg libltdl, eh? :-) 1.936067 gp-camera(2): Freeing camera... 1.936098 gphoto2-port(2): Freeing port... 1.936137 libgphoto2/gphoto2-filesys.c(2): Clearing fscache LRU list... 1.936151 libgphoto2/gphoto2-filesys.c(2): fscache LRU list already empty 1.936163 gphoto2-filesystem(2): Internally deleting all folders from '/'... Which is "greek" to me. ( : What Distro are you running ? My DX4900 (Easyshare) works great with Mandrake 9.1, USBView and GTKam-0.1.10. All I have to do is open USBView and click the Easyshare docking station button, and you can see it being detected, then go into GTKam, click on the Camera menu>add camera>detect. It works great too, displays a thumbnail list of all my pictures which I can transfer over and then clear the digital camera memory.
  7. How do you install UT2003 mutators and skins?

    Quote: I tried tech support (dead end) what the hell to i do? Did you try running the Mutator from the commandline ? Did you specify the Mutator type using the commandline below as an example ? You might also have to edit the UT2003.ini so that it recognizes the mutator. Do you also have a URL so that we can reference it ? #!/bin/sh cd /usr/local/games/ut2003/ ./ucc server DM-Antalus?game=XGame.XTeamMatch?mutator=UnrealGame.MutLowGrav?weaponstay=true?translocator=false?ff=0?Gamespeed=130?maxplayers=8?minplayers=5?spectators=0?timelimit=20?Fraglimit=50? ini=ut2003tdm.ini log=ut2003tdm.log
  8. help with XFConfig86 for GF4 Ti 4600

    Quote: Quote: So you want the crash course in how to set up X? Ok then, lets see what we can do. Now we get to the fun part, actually configuring X. I don't know enough about mdk to suggest an easier way of doing this so I'll suggest the somewhat tricker (but dead simple once you get the hang of it) method that I know works on every distribution: . Thank you very much for your timeand input. I'll take a little break from the penguin and saddle back up. You can check my site out as well for a how to on installing and editing the /etc/X11/XF86Config-4 file, once you have installed the NVIdia drivers. You also have to make sure you are ROOT when you are installing and editing the files. I also have another program which I use to make my config changes on the fly in X, it is called YANC (Yet another NVidia Configurator). Check it out.
  9. Newbie needs help with installing xine on red hat 9

    Quote: Please help me! My linux experience is about 3 weeks old now and up until now,it has been a comfortable learning curve. I'm having trouble trying to install xine and what I'm looking for is an idiot-proof procedure to install xine! Tried using rpms but I get dependency complaints which leave me baffled as I don't know the install sequence; tried using apt-get and again no luck as it complains that it can't find the xine-0.9.22-1.fr.i386.rpm package. If someone could spoon-feed me a fool-proof procedure for me I will be extremely grateful, ie what to get, install sequence, what to look out for etc etc I am currently adding something to my website on installing Xine, MPlayer, and Ogle. The bad thing is that it is for Mandrake Linux. If I am not mistaken though, Xine should come on one of the RH CD's does it not ? I know it comes with most distributions by default. You just have to install the DVD plugins, and the Divx Codecs. etc. Please correct me if this is not true with RH .
  10. Webmin to admin GameServers

    Quote: Quote: 1st post! I would like to be able to restart my ET server using the same method. /sbin/service tekET restart Not exactly sure how to do this, but I have taken a look at the scripts that are in my /etc/init.d dir and they seem to be the ones that control these services. Although when i view them with VI, it looks like japanese to me. Any help on this subject would be greatly appreciated and possibly greatly rewarded as well 8). Thanks in advance. well prefer to use initscripts, but i can not attach files to this message, sorry. Look at linuxfromscratch.org there is a suite of functions in order to run etded as deamon. Just as an after thought, you could see if they have a dedicated ET server for linux, and just run a dedicated that way via a shell script. This is generally how I run mine. I can have them added to my startup menu, but I prefer to manage them myself vice having any game servers start on Linux startup. Yes there is ways of doing what you want, but you may want to get your hands on the dedicated linux versions first One way is to create your own startup script in /etc/init.d/dedicatedservername, then create a symbolic link to the /etc/rc2.d/S69etdedicated (S=startup), for example. Another would be to add a line starting the dedicated server to the rc.local file. Do you really want game servers running in the background where you can't see them ?
  11. Medal Of Honor

    Quote: Noob question, I downloaded the installer, and how do I go about installing in Linux from the disks with it ;( How much of a newbie are you ? Open two terminal windows, one to run the installer, the other to unmount and remount the 2 game CD's. You will have to install the game as ROOT. 1. Download installer 2. # chmod 755 installer (makes it executable) 3. Insert Game CD in CDROM drive 4. # export SETUP_CDROM=/mnt/cdrom 5. #./game_installer (should find the game CD) 6. When prompted to instert the second game CD, (in the second terminal window) 7. # umount /mnt/cdrom 8. # eject cdrom 9. Insert the second Game CD, 10. # export SETUP_CDROM=/mnt/cdrom, 11. Then click on okay to continue. (Should be it.) We also need to know what Distro you are running, how many CDROM drives you have...etc, some more of your system specs please. Cheers.
  12. NWN 1.31 linux client update

    http://www.linuxgames.com/ Nuff Said...
  13. HalfLife 2 for Linux ?

    Check out the Link, this sounds so SWEET; HJ linked me to this page: http://www.half-life2.org.uk/check.php
  14. Medal Of Honor

    Quote: Thanks relick I also tried the installer out of curiosity. but It would'nt recognize cd1 (it starts with 2 all ok) maybe I did something wrong. Most likely it is due to the fact I am using the spanish version. No big deal I had allready installed manually, I played all the way through the single player campaign, no major issues, I found it rock solid.(apart from sound) cant wait to play spearhead! This is the same issue that happens with the UT2003 installer, you just have to open another terminal window and type, before starting the installer; export SETUP_CDROM=/mnt/cdrom (or cdrom2 if you are using another cdrom device) Let me know if that helps out.
  15. Quote: Quote: Hi! SSH listen on port 22,but i want to change it to port 2222. does any forum member had done this earlier. pls. help me out. Rohit yes. change the ssh configuration file to set new port then also edit /etc/services file in your linux box to enlist your ssh service to map to port 2222. You can simply copy the format for both tcp and udp lines. Yep sound good