[ut2004] UT2004 - Boot up problems

Peter Wright hardw1re at utleague.com
Wed Apr 14 19:50:01 EDT 2004

Yeah, got that off IRC too :) but, i've had UT2004 Crash a couple of times,
as in locking up the pc. but i dont get it when i play ut2004 in windows.
What updates / tweaks can i do for UT and UT2004 to improve stability and

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Matthew Arnold" <marnold at ez-net.com>
To: <ut2004 at icculus.org>
Sent: Wednesday, April 14, 2004 8:14 PM
Subject: Re: [ut2004] UT2004 - Boot up problems

> Peter Wright wrote:
> > I asked on IRC how to do it, got told to edit the initab file. So i have
> > managed to update my nvidia driver files no problem. UT2004 works fine
> > :) i had to increase the partition size of my linux boot tho because
> > ut2004 crashed. And i've seen them enough times in the past to know it
> > was probably a hdd issue. ITs been running perfectly since.
> Excellent. Editting your inittab will do the trick too. The "init x" way
> will allow you to do it without rebooting. I've been using Linux for
> some time now, but for whatever reason, I just found that out. Anything
> that enables me to avoid rebooting makes me happy.
> > Another
> > problem i now have though is, my monitor's brightness control is broken
> > i believe, so in windows i boost the Gamma to bypass this. but i havent
> > found a way to do this in Red Hat yet. UT2004 is fine cause it has built
> > in Gamma correction, but UT doesnt, so its very dark! :( is there an OGL
> > update that can correct this? or a way to boost my Gamma in Red Hat?
> Yep! Try this in a console:
> xgamma -g 2
> The higher the number, the brighter it is. To reset it, use xgamma -g 1
> Matt

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