[bf1942] Linux 1.41 question

Adam Pettitt mail at adampettitt.co.uk
Thu Jan 11 05:47:57 EST 2007

for some reason I keep getting these emails, yet my address isn't in the
"to" field.
Can anyone clear this up?

-----Original Message-----
From: Jani Partanen [mailto:jiipee at sotapeli.fi] 
Sent: 11 January 2007 10:31
To: bf1942 at icculus.org
Subject: RE: [bf1942] Linux 1.41 question

Yeah.. It's been there from day one I think. One of the bugs what DICE
never could solve. It's all that same series, can't make squad, can't be
a commander etc.


Pelikaista / Mediatraffic Oy
Jani Partanen
Battlefield 2 admin
tel. +358 505 817 817
e-mail: jiipee at pelikaista.net jiipee at sotapeli.fi


From: Tim J Shackleton [mailto:tim at timshackleton.com] 
Sent: Thursday, January 11, 2007 9:54 AM
To: bf1942 at icculus.org
Subject: [bf1942] Linux 1.41 question



Hi all,


This may have been discussed previously, or lamented previously..


I have a machine running a clean install of Debian stable, and the 1.41
server.  Punkbuster is up to date, firewalling is correct...


But some very very strange things are happening on it.


For example.  The gameplay on the server is fine, until some random
point where people suddenly are not able to be killed, people in prone
cannot stand, while standing people cannot prone, explosives don't,
grenades don't explode, flags don't cap, teammates can't be killed..
(not that anyone would ever do that of course).


Is this a known bug?  I have reinstalled both the OS and the server
package (after checking the MD5 and so on) but am getting the same


The machine is a 4 core machine.  I have used schedutils to lock bf2 to
one CPU.  I have also recompiled the kernel without SMP support - no
change.  I have run the server without battlerecorder, without
punkbuster - no change.


Can anyone offer any clues?  This is both embarassing and driving me
slowly insane.


Thanks all,



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