Hi, yes Quake1 idealy as I have a few friends and I that want to have a server running. I opted for Quake1 simply because I prefer it over the other quake series. Also I believe the Rpi would probably handle this better being an older game. All source code, including linux version is all available via the id ftp servers. So where do we start getting this compiled for the Pi? im using "wheezy" atm but would be happy to move over to Arch if I had to.TeaBoy wrote:Hi Stuart,
Yeah, I will be willing to help out getting this up and running,
this will be a learning experience for me too.
Are you specifically looking at Quake 1?
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./configure make make install
Make sure to speak for yourself!sonite wrote:I think we are aware! But want to play Quake 1 instead!
I was able to get a quake world server running on my Pi.
Check out http://nquake.com/ & http://qw-dev.net/
http://downloads.sourceforge.net/nquake ... ler.tar.gz
I had issues with the script it uses to compile the server binaries and complied it myself by getting the source from Git
git clone http://qw-dev.net/git/mvdsv mvdsv
edite the Makefile build/make/Makefile
comment out the line with -m32 force32bit
after building replace the binaries in the root of the nquake directory
I also found this helpful for compiling the other required binaries: http://www.quakeservers.net/files/compi ... ources.txt