Just installed PTS-0.6 and tried to run the Nexuiz test, however and even though the game is installed on my system, PTS complaints that it is not. Now I tried to see what binary is PTS actually calling, as Nexuiz as installed by the package manager of my distro (Fedora 8) has at least three binaries: nexuiz-glx, nexuiz-sdl and nexuiz-sdl-wrapper, how and where do I change this? The launcher for Nexuiz in the menu points to nexuiz-sdl-wrapper, without making a symlink to "nexuiz" in /usr/bin, what could I do to for example have way to test both nexuiz-glx and nexuiz-sdl performance?
You would change it inside pts/test-resources/nexuiz/install.sh. By default, when doing a local install, it will go with nexuiz-glx.
Well when I tested speed with nexuiz it was different with precompiled binaries or distro specific packages because of 2 things:
a) Debian compiled the binary with debug enabled -> really much slower (I compiled the binary for Kanotix without debug just like the standard release). Please test if Fedora uses debug enabled Nexuiz or not.
b) A splitted package without music is FASTER than without music, as long as you bench with sound. Because of this I added a specific check for the music, maybe you have to add a different one for Fedora.