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Hey all..

Don't know what happened but my question disappeared before I could read it ;)

Anyway here it is again...

I want to run a Quake server under linux without installing any X stuff...  If i do need to install minimal X option please let me know which ones..

Thanx
Andrew
[q@qonline.com.au]
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Quake depends on X. You will need at least the minimum install of XFREE.  I would dwnld Quake first read the README.TXT file to see what other option on X may need to be installed.  Some programs depend on TCL for X etc..

Good luck,

Ray

rayc@indy.net

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