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Will Linux run Quake and communicate with w95?

Posted on 1998-06-29
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I an looking for a way to run Quake on Linux as a server and have other macines connect through the network and play.
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We've had RedHat Linux running Quake2 here over our tcp/ip network. Linux is the server and a mixture of Windows 95 and Windows NT machines as clients.

You need to download a couple of patches to make sure that all the machines are running the same release of quake.

The linux server doesn't slow down like the windows one did when loaded.
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