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    Tux Racer. Where?

    By mistake I found out how to enable my machine for OpenGL (I thought it was an unsupported chip, it certainly didn't seem supported). Anyway, now I'm looking for some games to get. The new version of Tux Racer looks mighty fine and I may look at getting it when our exchange rate gets better (Its just starting to get better now). In the meantime, where can I find the older version of Tux Racer, the last GPL release? From what I can remember, someone was going to fork it.

    Any ideas?

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    Re: Tux Racer. Where?

    Are you using Red Hat?

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    Re: Tux Racer. Where?

    I'm using Gnu/Segfault Linux 1.0 (LFS 3.3)

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    Re: Tux Racer. Where?


    I'm using Gnu/Segfault Linux 1.0 (LFS 3.3)
    Ah, bummer. I think that Red Hat is still packaging tux racer, but don't know about the source.

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    Re: Tux Racer. Where?

    It seems that the old development site at sourceforge is still up: http://tuxracer.sourceforge.net/download.html

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    Re: Tux Racer. Where?


    I'm using Gnu/Segfault Linux 1.0 (LFS 3.3)
    Segfault Linux? LOL!
    Umm... have you got Counterstrike to work on *nix?
    UD? Quake? Any games u recommend that run on *nix?

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