[bf1942] Linux patch ETA

Michael Ressen netadmin at michiganburbs.com
Mon Dec 6 18:34:06 EST 2004


Haven't tried CoD yet.   I did put up RTCW-ET, and that runs nice.   
Still trying to find a stable way to do Far Cry, but I may just dump 
that idea altogether lol.


Rick Thompson wrote:

> That is not at issue here. Regardless of how long it took to hack the 
> code out it should have been finished and released concurrently with 
> the win32 version.
> Everybody screws up occasionally, I can accept and understand that. 
> What I can't understand is why the hell we don't have a patch now, at 
> least five days after the original blunder was discovered.
> We lost two servers today and I'd be surprised if we didn't lose more, 
> that I understand very well.
> There has been a shift somewhere in EA because they have never been 
> this blatantly indifferent to their userbase before, at least not 
> since we started hosting BF. I don't like the signals I am seeing 
> about BF2 nix support either, between that and this current patch 
> fiasco I now have zero confidence in anything they say.
> Is anyone hosting Call of Duty? What's the cpu time like and are there 
> any server manager apps for it?
> Rick
> At 12:05 PM 12/5/2004 -0600, you wrote:
>> Unless the Linux codebase is a seperate branch....??   I guess that's 
>> never been made clear to us.
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