[ut2004] Tiny problem

Ketzerei/Deafmonkey h3adbanger101 at gmail.com
Sun May 20 16:59:44 EDT 2007

Well, its neither of those because everytime I plug in my mouse/keyboard
etc. I pretty much jam the connectors in the sockets. I've blown out the
connections a few times two because our house is really dusty. And it can't
be anything wrong with the mouse because i've used it on like 3 different
computers and it worked fine. Someone told me that I should check if my
kernel is capped at (X)hz and recompile it but I don't know how and want to
do it. I've been thinking its my xorg file or my driver in general because
its a game only thing, it doesn't happen on the net or on my desktop.

On 5/19/07, Zachary Williams <admin at ztnet.com> wrote:
>  That sounds to me like a control issue.
> If you use a wireless keyboard and / or mouse, check your batteries, and
> check the location of your receiver.  Otherwise, check your connections.
> I've had similar issues, where a key will get 'stuck', and it's almost
> always when my wireless keyboard signal is getting messed up, or gets too
> weak due to weak batts.
> Zach
> ----- Original Message -----
> *From:* Ketzerei/Deafmonkey <h3adbanger101 at gmail.com>
> *To:* ut2004 at icculus.org
> *Sent:* Saturday, May 19, 2007 9:42 AM
> *Subject:* [ut2004] Tiny problem
> Ok, well, after awhile I got ut to run. It runs almost flawlessly and MUCH
> faster than windows. I've messed with the settings and done various other
> recommended tweaks to my system to get my video to run perfectly, but one
> problem i've had since the start (this happens with ALL of my games, not
> just ut2004) is that the screen will flicker and my view will shoot skyward
> or too the ground and I have to re-press w to continue going forward. This
> only happens like once every 5-10 minutes so it's not a huge irritation, but
> if I could learn how to fix it, that'd be appreciated. Here's my specs: ATI
> RADEON x1600 card, AMD sempron +3600 ( 1.8 gh), MSI K9N Nero board, 512 mb
> ram, Ubuntu feisty Gnome and Xfce, 80 gb hd. As you can see, I obviously can
> run it fine.
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