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Politics / Re: another terrorist attack
« on: July 14, 2016, 05:13:34 PM »
Jury finds them in the clear? Phew, it's a good thing too. I was honestly worried that the cops fired upon him due to the color of his skin.

If you listen closely and watch the second body cam closely you will observe that the officer at the window with the driver was black. He was also most at risk and appears to have fired first. It wouldn't surprise me if he called for backup before approaching the vehicle and contacting the driver. He also says the reason for stopping him was because he "turned right in front of us". This would seem to indicate he had a partner in the car or another car was behind him.

Politics / Re: another terrorist attack
« on: July 14, 2016, 08:11:10 AM »
Convicted felon with a gun. Two time loser already. Under investigation for two rapes. 16 baggies of cocaine in his pocket.

Trouble Shooting / Re: Help setting up Railwarz CTF Linux Server
« on: July 10, 2016, 08:07:15 AM »
Quote from: beaver{KEA} on July 09, 2016, 08:27:55 PM
Quote from: beaver{KEA} on July 09, 2016, 08:27:55 PM
could be an impatient thing i dunno i havent experienced it so not sure what it is hes talking about..

i will investigate further and see what i can find out :)
 also whatever q2admin modified client macanah is getting at his server im having same issue with some players being kicked by q2admin for modified client..or maybe its a client proxy or both now i do have to check to verify.

i thouht i saw somewhere in a q2admin text about an option and thought i made it not so strict...for proxy but its still happening to a few players being kicked...

ill check server logs find the exact message and also look through q2admin config see if i can find answer for that.

Use the q2admin that quadz is directing you to use. The one I specified is slightly different and I had some trouble with it when starting up the Texas server. I expect that will fix your kicking problem. I got kicked a few times from your server by just alt-tabbing away from the game.

Quake / Re: turning client kicked for modified client off
« on: July 09, 2016, 06:22:45 AM »
i dont keep log but basically says kicked for using modified client,, im using r1q2 ded server with q2 admin

Problem description is not detailed enough for analysis. Keep logs. r1q2ded and q2admin tools keep logs by default. If you are turning off logs you are on your own.

Trouble Shooting / Re: Help setting up Railwarz CTF Linux Server
« on: July 09, 2016, 06:19:27 AM »
Are you sure he's not just impatient for the changeover at the intermission? TMG's a bit odd in that it holds that intermission so long and there is no way to "connect" to the next map until the server times out.

When you do a gamemap command there is immediate reconnection of all clients without delay.

Other than that, I have no clue why there would be a problem.

R1Q2 b8012.

Is this wav file a custom file?

It's not custom unless overridden by either a map entity or a distributed file. rockfly.wav is in pak0.pak, from the original game distribution and it's found in sound/weapons/rockfly.wav and is precached in the normal game code. Could Q2pro be at fault here?

I tried to download the map but my browser wants to display it instead of downloading it and I didn't try to find a way around that.

Edit: I got Firefox to download it. Checking it out in various modes.

There is no reference to rockfly.wav in that map when I inspected the text in the browser.

weapons / Re: WoD 6.08?
« on: June 28, 2016, 12:13:56 AM »
Those binaries are new enough it might work but Linux has changed a lot since 2006-2007. Windows has changed even more and Windows 10 dropped all support for legacy Visual C++ 6.0 compiled binaries.

Depending on the tools they used to build those binaries you may or may not have problems with them. They also may have some bugs or security holes we don't know about since we can't see the source. WOD 6.08 was probably the most stable version, I'm not sure about the ones that followed as I don't remember playing those WOD versions much, if at all. I think I remember 6.04 thru 6.08.

Grab and go try them or point your support guys to that collection and let them decide what they need.

weapons / Re: WoD 6.08?
« on: June 27, 2016, 02:39:47 PM »
Is the WOD 6.08 source code out there? I haven't tried the binaries to see if they still run on today's systems. These days, I'd want the source code to be compiled on the current Linux systems with the current compilers and libs. Windows 7 and up will certainly barf on anything compiled with VC 6.0 from the Windows NT/2000/XP days so it would be essential to have it compiled with the latest tools on Windows. If anyone has the WOD 6.08 source, please share it somewhere so the legacy can be preserved.

LOX and WODX both inherit from the WOD pedigree but I think WODX has more new textures and weapons beyond what WOD had. LOX follows WOD a little closer and you might be able to tune LOX down to something close to what WOD was like. I can't remember what weapons/features are common to LOX:WOD anymore so you're on your own there. See for LOX info.

Politics / Re: another terrorist attack
« on: June 25, 2016, 11:30:32 PM »
Wait, wasn't it Lot and his family (people) whom God found righteous in Sodom even though he offered his virgin daughters to the Sodomites if they would spare his visitors? Surely these Sodomites weren't "Lots people" but were the sinners. Did the Quran get it wrong?

Trouble Shooting / Re: Help setting up Railwarz CTF Linux Server
« on: June 25, 2016, 11:38:51 AM »
I'll change <SPECTATOR> to <SPEC> in the mod. It's shorter and will look better in console anyway.

Trouble Shooting / Re: Help setting up Railwarz CTF Linux Server
« on: June 24, 2016, 11:20:30 PM »
He probably configured or customized the q2admin.

Trouble Shooting / Re: Help setting up Railwarz CTF Linux Server
« on: June 24, 2016, 06:03:56 PM »
Quote from: beaver&#123;KEA} on June 24, 2016, 02:19:20 PM
Quote from: beaver{KEA} on June 24, 2016, 02:19:20 PM
you might have mentioned this to me last night i was kind tired n cant remember.. but wallfly doesnt work in spectator mode only once we join a team.

I suspect that's an issue with WallFly. If you're a spectator it puts the [Spectator] tag in front of your name and I think that's confusing WallFly about the commands you give it in spectator mode. I don't know why it's not equally confused about Red and Blue tags. These tags have to be parsed and ignored by WallFly. There might be some configuration settings you can tweak to make it work better. I've never configured a WallFly server but I suspect I'm going to be learning soon.

/dev/random / Re: Led Zeppelin Got sued for Stairway to heaven
« on: June 24, 2016, 05:58:04 PM »
It's not just happenstance in my opinion. Those two bands played shows together, and at the time when they did, Spirit definitely would've played that song at the show. Jimmy Page can't truthfully say that he never heard that particular song before writing Stairway to Heaven. I can't blame him for fighting it out in court to keep his money. I'd do the same thing. But I'm pretty sure that if he would've lost and had to pay anything, in his own mind (cuz he'd never admit such a theft to a living soul) he wouldn't have been calling it a total injustice.

I'm just kinda surprised it took THIS LONG to bring it to court. Like I said, even as a kid I kinda thought it was probably more than coincidental that those songs sounded so alike. They couldn't have NOT heard the same thing until just recently. Maybe it took them this long to get enough money pooled up to afford to take it to court. I guess if they would've gone after it on the cheap, either Led Zeppelins attournies would've settled for 2% of the potential award they could've gotten for winning, or they would've simply gone ahead to trial and outspent them with experts to back their defense. So, yeah, they took a shot and lost, but I can't see the surviving members of Spirit bothering with such an expensive task in the first place unless they knew they were right. Sucks for them. They should've been more famous I guess.

It wasn't the surviving members who chose to litigate it. It was the trustee for the estate of Randy Wolfe, Michael Skidmore who brought the case. As trustee, he has a fiduciary responsibility to preserve the properties and copyrights and if not defended a copyright is useless. I don't know if the son derives any benefit from the trust. I hope so. Now Skidmore has to answer for the expenses and justify his actions.

Per Rolling Stone:
"The jury was not legally allowed to hear the original recordings of "Stairway to Heaven" and "Taurus" in determining their verdict. Instead, they heard an expert perform both songs based on the original sheet music."

Quake / Re: Why Q2Pro over R1Q2
« on: June 24, 2016, 09:58:53 AM »
I hear you. Q2Pro doesn't feel that great to me and I'm always on a learning curve with it since trying it years ago. I just updated it last night as a matter of fact and the HUD scaling and brighter digits are nice on old eyes but I like the old-school feel of r1q2 so that's my regular client. I mostly have the other clients on my machine for testing. I've never done a side-by-side comparison so I won't try here.

Trouble Shooting / Re: Help setting up Railwarz CTF Linux Server
« on: June 23, 2016, 11:51:47 PM »
Quote from: beaver&#123;KEA} on June 23, 2016, 11:42:41 PM
Quote from: beaver{KEA} on June 23, 2016, 11:42:41 PM
ive done everything like normal or same way i have updated the .so file each time.

i delete the tmg directory.

i reclone it form bitbucket. then i overwrite the existing .so file in the ctf folder
 but ill try again... i was messing with q2admin maybe i screwed something up

No need to re-clone. Go into the tmg/TMG folder and do git pull. Git will pull the files it needs and synchronize with the BitBucket repository.

Then do make all.

Once you have it built, do a cp ../../quake2/ctf/ to copy it into your mod folder.

Once you have it running, if you want to keep a backup of the old DLL before copy the new one over do mv ../../quake2/ctf/ ../../quake2/ctf/

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