[ut2004] System lockups

Ian Hastie ianh at iahastie.clara.net
Tue May 25 16:07:44 EDT 2004

On Tuesday 25 May 2004 18:19, Xipher wrote:

> Ian Hastie wrote:
> > On Monday 24 May 2004 20:33, Gian Paolo Mureddu wrote:
> >>I put the tar.bz2 file under my ut2004 directory (ut's root directory)
> >>and then simply issue tar jxf <patchfile>.tar.bz2, the directories will
> >>be updated with the contents of the archive.
> >
> > This doesn't seem right to me.  The beta and final 3204 patches have the
> > new files in subdirectories of UT2004-Patch.  If you just extract it the
> > way you describe you should end up with a new directory, called
> > UT2004-Patch, and the old files still in place.  The following one line
> > command should work for bash shell users.  Run it in the ut root
> > directory after unpacking the tar file.
> >
> > for src in `find UT2004-Patch -type f` ; do mv $src ${src#*/} ; done
> >
> > UT2004-Patch and it's subdirectories can then be deleted.  Finally AMD64
> > users need to rename the 64-bit binaries in System to replace the 32-bit
> > ucc-bin and ut2004-bin.
> sorry, your correct. I remember what I did know, I simple extracted it,
> changed into the UT2004-Patch dir, and did a cp -R *
> /usr/local/games/ut2004

Ahh yes, much neater and simpler. *8)

(Who has been playing with bashisms too much it seems)

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