Jacob Bresciani wrote:
edit your .bashrc ( or what ever is appropriate for your shell/ system
) and add the line
alias quake2="quake2 +set vid_ref glx +set sw_mode 0"
then you don't have to remember the switches
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On Aug 17, 2005, at 5:15 PM, anto1945 wrote:
I have a nvidia video card ...
I have found a solution for play quake2 (installed in Debian-amd64-
The nvidia readme file, talk about a libGL.so symlink , but in
Debian Quake2 folder I can't found it.
You can't play running a simple "quake2" but have to use "quake2
+set vid_ref glx +set sw_mode 0"
Once you use the flags and you successfully quit quake2, the settings
are saved to ~/.quake2/baseq2/config.cfg for future use.
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