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Old 10-20-02, 11:04 AM   #11
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Originally posted by Euphoria
Correction to Volt.

Quake 3 and the original UT come with binaries for Linux.
Also you can install RTCW by copying the main directory form the WIn installation and then downloading the Linux binaries form their website.

So pretty much if you own Win version of RTCW, UT, UT2k3, Quake 3 Arena, you can install those games on Linux, too.
Good to know :>
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