Unreal Tournament 2004

I've only tried this on Fedora Core 6 64-bit so far 1)

  1. Install unreal from the cd (there is a linux-installer .sh script you can run).
    I installed to /home/Media/Games/ut2004
  2. Make sure you have libopenal.so in /usr/lib64 (or /usr/lib for non-64bit systems, or even /usr/local/lib)I had to install openal on fedora first
  3. Create an openalrc file (~/.openalrc):
    (define devices '(alsa))
    (define alsa-out-device "default")
    (define alsa-in-device "default")
    (define speaker-num 2)
  4. Make sure you properly configured alsa to allow multiple sound streams (you may have to reboot after reconfiguring alsa)
  5. Copy libopenal.so.0.0.* to your Unreal System directory (Fedora is using the CVS version of openal - which correlates to version 0.0.9 I think):
    $ cd /home/Media/Games/ut2004/System
    $ cp openal.so openal.so.bak
    $ cp /usr/lib64/libopenal.so.0.0.0 openal.so
  6. The next step will be setting up TeamSpeak

After performing the above changes, I just start ut2004 as usual, and now I can listen to Amarok while playing Unreal

linux/fedora/ut2004.txt · Last modified: 2007/10/23 03:13 by john
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