Why not download Quakeforge? Can't remember the url but Linuxgames would
give it to you. A lot more optimised than poor quake.x11. Get the SDL one
with proper fullscreen. Also has plenty of new sound options. And if you
have esd installed it'll use than.
On Thu, 17 Feb 2000, Dave Burke wrote:
>> Well I'm only about 4 yrs behind everyone else, but I put quake on my
> machine last night (was really bored) and its works grand. Problem is when
> I'm playing my mp3's thru xmms and I try to run quake I get:
>> Sound Initialization
> PackFile: ./id1/pak0.pak : gfx/conback.lmp
> /dev/dsp: Device or resource busy
> Could not open /dev/dsp
> S_Startup: SNDDMA_Init failed.
>> Oh, yeah I'm running RH6.1. So I read the thread about /dev/dsp that was
> on the list a couple of weeks ago, but in that case they wanted to release
> /dev/dsp. I don't want to, as I want to keep playing the mp3's.
>> Is there some switch for quake.x11 to tell it not to use any sound at all?
>> Random Homer Quote......
> I may just quit my job at the plant to become a full-time stock market
>> -- Homer Simpson
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