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Linux RTCW v1.3 Patch

March 16th, 2002 by Crusader

Version 1.3 of Return to Castle Wolfensteinhas been released for Linux. Changesin this release include the addition ofPunkBuster support(docs), a cheating countermeasuresystem. In addition, there’s a new objective map in this release, Ice.The Linux Wolf FAQ can be found here should you have any issues.

RTCW Version 1.3 Patch:
id Software FTP
3D Downloads

10 Responses to “Linux RTCW v1.3 Patch”

  1. Anonymous Says:

    That was fast.

  2. Anonymous Says:

    Good game!

  3. zakk Says:

    If you’re using the XQF server browser, you’ll need to increase your protocol version in the games preferences for RtCW to 58.

  4. Anonymous Says:

    I needs to get my game on. Rat-a-tat-tat

  5. Anonymous Says:

    Mirror of linux patch on ftp://ftp.stenstad.net/mirrors/rtcw/wolf-linux-1.3.x86.run

  6. Anonymous Says:

    for mirroring that file, 3ddownloads SUCK!

    I have never in my life actually gotten a file from that website.

  7. Anonymous Says:

    thank god for bluesnews. they mirror the linux patch, and a mirror 6 hops away from me mirrors bluesnews :)

    http://www.bluesnews.com/files/idstuff/wolf/linux/wolf-linux-1.3.shtml

    ashridah

  8. Anonymous Says:

    I highly recommend nobody apply this patch, it is chalked full of bugs. The big one is the teleport bug. Stick with 1.1b because this one is just BAD! Talk about a serious lack of QA at Nerv. This patch is garbage, it made more serious bugs then the minor ones it fixed.

  9. Anonymous Says:

    I’m hearing this patch has “memmory leaks”

    Please explain…

    Give me the definition of a memmory leak, an example of a memmory leak in any application I run, how I can detect a memmory leak in any of my applications, and possibly show me an example of a memmory leak by submitting a paragraph or two of C or C++ code that causes a memmory leak.

    I apologise if I sound rude; not all of us can write piss poor code that causes “memmory leaks” and I have never seen one before because I am such a strict, clean, verbose, and generally perfect C and C++ programmer all of my life.

    …thankyou… ;)

  10. shamu247 Says:

    I love this game… I 0wnz it because it is linux I think.

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