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  • #11
    Originally posted by xav1r View Post
    maybe thats why publishers dont allow their games to run on linux.
    I do imagine that is part of the concern. Could you imagine the opensource community screaming over a binary copy-protection blob on their systems? Although there are commercial applications out there that do incorporate some sort of copyprotection ie Maya

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    • #12
      Well UT3 already uses the best protection: you have to be online to save your status or of course when you want to play against others. In those cases the serial is verified.

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      • #13
        Originally posted by Kano View Post
        Well UT3 already uses the best protection: you have to be online to save your status or of course when you want to play against others. In those cases the serial is verified.
        in Offline mode one can play LAN games and use Hamachi to get a LAN network simulated over the internet, so that protection is kinda obsolete

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        • #14
          where i can download linux binary executable file to run this game?
          I buy 2 box of UT3.

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          • #15
            Originally posted by dj--alex View Post
            where i can download linux binary executable file to run this game?
            I buy 2 box of UT3.
            You can't at the moment, if ever.

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            • #16
              Originally posted by dj--alex View Post
              where i can download linux binary executable file to run this game?
              I buy 2 box of UT3.
              There is no Linux binary for UT3. At least so far there is none and I don't assume that there will be one anytime soon...

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              • #17
                BTW, ive been wondering, ut2k4 does run on linux, of course, but does its unrealED run in linux too? Just wanted to know.

                thanks

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                • #18
                  It's look like UT3 will be relased soon

                  http://icculus.org/~icculus/tmp/md5.txt

                  http://icculus.org/~icculus/tmp/ScreenShot00000.bmp

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                  • #19
                    My son bought UT3 and I have played it a few times, however I could care less that there is no Linux client for it as I still like UT 2004 much better.

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                    • #20
                      Originally posted by czarnyckm View Post
                      Don't think so...
                      I'd imagine that the Linux binaries were ready long, long ago.
                      The problem -seems- to be legal and/or licensing related, and as such, the fact that such binaries do exists means nothing.

                      I've abandoned all hope of having UT3/Linux long, long, long ago. (Though I'd love to be proven wrong)

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