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Various useful downloads for Unreal, Unreal Tournament and Unreal Tournament 2004



Most of the files are compressed using 7-zip.

Unreal

Unreal Anthology installation utilities

Unreal mutators

Unreal Tournament

Unreal Anthology installation utilities

Unreal Tournament installation utilities

The updated Loki installer scripts given above are run from a bash shell as follows:

#sh nameofscript.run

You will have to have the correct CD in the drive for the installation to proceed.

If the script complains that it cannot find the CD then you will have to export the CDROM environment variable:

export SETUP_CDROM=/path/to/your/mounted/cdrom

For example, on the system that I am using at the moment, the UT disk 1 has automounted as /media/UT_CD1_400D so the export command would be:

export SETUP_CDROM=/media/UT_CD1_400D

on older systems, the mount point is more likely to be found under /mnt than /media

More rarely, it is possible that the kernel that you are using does not have Joliet extensions enabled. This is unlikely to be the case on any recent general purpose distribution and if it does happen to be the case then you will have to learn how to compile the kernel and enable the relevant options - out of scope for this web site!

If you are running on a 64-bit Linux and you get an error message like the following then the probable cause is that you are missing some 32-bit libraries:

setup.data/apply-patch.sh: ./setup.data/bin/Linux/x86/loki_patch: /lib/ld-linux.so.2: bad ELF interpreter: No such file or directory

The fix for this is to install the 32-bit glibc that is appropriate for your system's CPU. In Fedora, this can be done by:

yum install glibc.i686

The next error that you might see is:

./ut-bin: error while loading shared libraries: libX11.so.6: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory

The fix for this is to install the 32-bit LibX11.

yum install libX11.i686

And, finally, you might see:

./ut-bin: error while loading shared libraries: libXext.so.6: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory

The fix for this is to install the 32-bit libXext.

yum install libXext.i686

If you are using Fedora with a Nvidia graphics card and the rpmfusion repository driver then this can occur because the selecting the 64-bit driver packages does not install 32-bit support by default.

Unreal Tournament patches




Unreal Tournament mutators

Enhanced renders

These are option updates that offer better efficiency, nicer effects and the chance to use enhanced S3TC (S3 Texture Compression) textures to make Unreal Tournament look its best.
These should only be applied after you have fully updated and patched Unreal Tournament. Always make a backup copy of the files that you are replacing just in case the enhanced renderers don't work on your system. Please note that if you install the enhanced D3D renderers then you will have problems using the editor - so do not install the enhanced D3D 8 renderer if you intend to use the editor.

Unreal Tournament dedicated servers

Unreal Tournament server management utilities

Co-operative/Single player mods & maps

Unreal Tournament 2004

Nothing here yet!

If you have comments or questions, please contact me at IronMonkey. Thanks!