Summary: I've installed Unreal Tournament on my Linux machine but
it runs VERY slow (unusable). Not sure how to proceed.
Motherboard: ASUS A7V266-E with 256 MB DDR RAM
Graphics Card: ATI Rage 128 Pro w/ 32MB and AGP interface
Linux: Red Hat 8.0 installed without any problems.
Linux itself runs fine, it found my graphics card and installed
it without any problem. I can run X with no problem.
I then installed Unreal Tournament on this machine. When I try to run
it, it is extremely slow. The rendering is not smooth, I basically
get a new frame every few seconds.
Interestingly enough, when I go into
System Settings/Display/Advanced, under Video Card, the correct
card is identified, but the option
"Enable Hardware 3D Acceleration" is ghosted out/disabled.
I'm not sure how to proceed. I'm assuming that since I can bring up X
just fine with 1280x1024, that it's not a hardware problem. What are
the next steps I should take to troubleshoot this problem?
Does the DRI project provide a Driver for this card that I can use?
If so, are there instructions on installing it?
From: Bora Ugurlu <boraugurlu@ya...> - 2002-12-16 00:37:41
AFAIK Unreal Tournament on Linux is not that user friendly, i.e., it doesn't
have an all-round automatic configure tool. To get accelerated 3D, you have to modify your
unrealtournament.ini file which in your user folder yourself. To test if you X
is running really in hardware accelerated mode, see previous answers to similar posts.
> From: "Chris Ruegger" <cruegger@...>
> Subject: [Dri-users] Cant run Unreal Tournament w/ Red Hat Linux 8.0 and ATI Rage 128 card
> Summary: I've installed Unreal Tournament on my Linux machine but
> it runs VERY slow (unusable). Not sure how to proceed.
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