[bf1942] Announcement: open beta 6 available

Granna webmaster at granna.de
Wed Jun 25 09:06:29 EDT 2003

Hmmm, got this Error:

start.sh: using statically linked binary
GameSpyHost.so error: Failed to execute qr_init!Bf1942 Error: Debug
assertion failed!

                   Line: 0

                          Text: Failed to bind socket

                                                     Current confile:


torder=asc  <-??


----- Original Message -----
From: "Fredriksson, Andreas" <andreas.fredriksson at dice.se>
To: <bf1942 at icculus.org>
Sent: Wednesday, June 25, 2003 2:46 PM
Subject: [bf1942] Announcement: open beta 6 available

> Hi,
> the open beta 6 of the BF1942 dedicated Linux server is available
> on the usual distribution site: http://bf1942.lightcubed.com.
> This release is an incremental update which will update the
> server from open beta 4 or 5 to open beta 6.
> To install the update, cd to the directory where your bf1942
> directory is located and untar the update file, this will
> overwrite the files that need to be updated.
> Filename: bf1942_lnxded-1.4-ob6up.tar.bz2
> MD5 sums: 81ec000159042b1c96f6366dd5e3d2fc  bf1942_lnxded.dynamic
>           351aa552733d52fafaf6d93c16c63d39  bf1942_lnxded.static
> Version: BF1942 (Ver:52221/Wed Jun 25 13:27:27 CEST 2003)
> Release date: 2003-06-25
> elease status: Incremental update from open beta 4 or 5.
> Comment: Shipped with symbol table intact to produce stack traces.
> Changes:
> - Compiled with different optimization settings to improve
>   performance.
> - The game.sayAll console command is now available.
> - game.listPlayers gives ip addresses in the correct order.
> - The status monitor leaves more room for the server name.
> - Added frame simulation stats to status monitor for beta
> purposes.
> Known issues:
> - SMP kernels can cause the server to use a lot more CPU than what
>   it it really should be using; the only known workaround is to
>   use a non-SMP kernel. People are also reporting success with the
>   development kernels (the 2.5.x series), which is only recommended
>   for the daring.
> // Andreas

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