[ut2003io] linux version problem

Steve Pirk orion at deathcon.com
Sat Nov 9 21:20:30 EST 2002

Is your game machine not on the internet? You should
have an IP address in you /etc/hosts file if it is
connected to the net. If not, create a dummy one:	gamebox

Got Slack? - Steve

On 10 Nov 2002, Grzegorz Jaskiewicz wrote:

> On Sun, 2002-11-10 at 00:52, Grzegorz Jaskiewicz wrote:
> > On Sun, 2002-11-10 at 00:49, Ryan C. Gordon wrote:
> > > There are patches. Two of them.
> > can you give me link to those.
> I got that, ok.
> In README.linux:
> <cut>
>   If you are playing under the same login that you installed the game,
>   you can go the "Play online/LAN" option on the main menu, and click the
>   "news" tab. The master server that supplies the "message of the day"
>   text alerts the game when there are new versions available and makes an
>   "Upgrade" button available to you in the lower right corner. Click on
>   it.
> <cut>
> is this windows only feature ?
> what should i have in /etc/hosts ?
> [gj at gregs gj]$ cat /etc/hosts
>               localhost.localdomain localhost
> thats mine.
> One comment, you should let linux users know that they purchased linux
> version. This will give company better overal statistics. Right now it
> seems like linux version is done for choosen games only, most popular.
> --
> GJ

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