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  1. How to install Unreal Tournament 2004 in Linux in 2016

    So, as I mentioned in the post for the upcoming VLAN I'm installing UT2004 in Linux for the umpteenth time.

    This time I'm on openSUSE Leap 42.1 which turns out to be much more buggy than...
  2. Re: Saturday March 5 10:00 AM ET - Virtual LAN party #12

    I will be there too. Want to play UT2004, want to play some ONS and some non-instagib CTF and bombing run.

    I'm preparing for the VLAN tomorrow by following my own advice on how to install UT2004...
  3. Re: Saturday February 28 10:00 AM ET - Virtual LAN party #9

    That was fun. I got killed many, many times in UT2004. And I really like the BF4 Zombie mod, that was awesome.

    I'm looking forward to the next VLAN.
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    Re: What Linux distro do you prefer and why?

    Right now I'm using openSUSE.

    I chose openSUSE because I wanted something with a default KDE user environment. When using other distro's (Fedora, Kubuntu, Debian) I find KDE is like an add-on...
  5. Re: Interstellar Marines FREE on STEAM for 5 days!!

    I installed the game and gave it a try. It looks like it could be fun once they get it working better (on linux).

    At first it was unplayable, when I started the training mission or a campaign...
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    Re: $200 build need help

    You state that the case is optional, what about a power supply?

    You can put together a decent cpu, mobo, and ram combo for under $200 on newegg, like this:
    AMD A8-7600 Kaveri Quad-Core 3.1GHz...
  7. How to install Unreal Tournament 2004 in Linux in 2015

    Preparing for pcper VLAN #9

    By the time I built my current gaming system, sometime in 2010, I wasn't really playing UT2004 anymore. So, I have never installed UT2004 on my current machine. I...
  8. Re: Saturday February 28 10:00 AM ET - Virtual LAN party #9

    I'm clearing my calendar.

    I'm up for a full day of UT2004.

    I will also definitely play Xonotic.

    Maybe we can figure out how to do a "Kerbal Space Program - Most Impressive Rocket...
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    Re: new router ? wired/wireless combo

    I had a Netgear wireless router for years and I found that it wasn't actually very reliable. It required a reboot once every couple of months. I would find that I couldn't connect to it over...
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