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Yesterday id Software pushed out an updated point release for Quake 4 on Linux. Some of the changes in Quake 4 1.4.2 include refined hit-boxes, optimized sound and network code, configurable FPS caps, weapon balancing, server direct auto-downloading, add-on pack fixes, and Q4TV. The Quake 4 1.4.2 read-me is available here along with additional Quake 4 Linux information at Zerowing.