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Quake 3 on Ubuntu Edgy x86_64

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Installing Quake III Arena on a 64-bit Linux box isn't that bad actually. I couldn't find instructions anywhere on how to do this, so after figuring it out I'm writing them down here.

You will need:

* Linux x86_64 with updated video drivers
* Quake III Arena install CD
* Linux Q3A Point Release 1.32b
* Q3A Point Release 1.32c

Download the two point releases somewhere handy. I just downloaded them to my Desktop (/home/obsidian/Desktop)

Open up a Terminal session and create a new directory to install everything...

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