[bf1942] BF2 linux server at launch
kenny at a-k-c.dk
Tue May 3 16:45:28 EDT 2005
cant you write all your Q in 1 mail next time instead off spam
----- Original Message -----
From: "Aubrey King" <aking at gblx.net>
To: <bf1942 at icculus.org>
Sent: Tuesday, May 03, 2005 9:56 PM
Subject: Re: [bf1942] BF2 linux server at launch
> Here's another oddball question that I bet I know the answer to. Can we
> expect to see a sparc-linux binary? I've found in some testing that 64
> bit sparc linux seems to handle services faster than intel, but compiles
> slower. Of course, that would kill the openmosix idea. :)
> Aubrey King
> Systems Administrator II
> IP Systems Engineering
> Global Crossing, Ltd.
> On Tue, 3 May 2005, Michael Ressen wrote:
>> Steven Hartland wrote:
>>> Not strictly true, it should run just fine under FreeBSD like all other
>>> servers ( Linux ABI ) just would have been nice to see a native port :)
>>> Does the BF2 server remove the process recreation on map change?
>>> This was / is a pain for BF.
>>> Is it too early to ask for a set of sample config files / command line
>>> options? I ask as I know this was an area that was a bit lacking
>>> in the initial BF version so always good to get our hands on them to
>>> see if there are anything's missing :)
>>> Steve / K
>> ....And possibly a binary to test on? Although a native BSD port would
>> be the most desired option, we will need to test the linux binary against
>> the various linux compats for BSD. We have found in the past certain
>> ones work well, and some do not work at all. Andreas F was good to us
>> in the regard that he would compile the binaries to be able to run under
>> BSD's linux emu.
>> This will be a pretty big issue, as evidenced by the forum threads at
>> bf1942.lightcubed.com - many admins seek BSD support.
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