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Re: Shameless plug :) and query about Intel Webcam driver

mind adding how you managed to make your setup work? I have a licenced
version of Quake IIIA for windoze too, and yes
the only reaons I am sticking to a dual boot, are games(quake
IIIA),Office,IE5 and NetMeeting. So i need one less reason to
stick to windoze myself.

BTW, there doesn't seem to be a USB driver for Intel PC Camera. I am using
Linux 2.4.6 and it doesn't come with Intel
drivers. Anybody with a clue??

- Sandip

----- Original Message -----
From: "Sunny Holani" <sunny@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: <linux-delhi@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Tuesday, July 17, 2001 7:17 PM
Subject: [linux-delhi] Shameless plug :)

> Folks,
> Managed ro run Quake3Arena on Linux. Well.. nothing in it to
> manage anyway, runs out of the box :). Thanks to Loki for the tip about
> making it the full game.
> However, this goes out to those who run windows just for gaming.
> For long, I thought gaming on Linux would never be like its on windows,
> but... talk of ignorance. Quake on Linux runs like windows can never dream
> of. I'm using 1152x864x16 in Quake, and i get frame rates in excess of 75
> FPS, and I can point my railgun right at Xaero's nose from a mile away :)
> No seriously, GL support in Linux rocks. I guess most games are now
> available for Linux, and I suggest you give it a shot to know what true
> nirvana is :).
> And dont let people's .sig's trashing X-Windows disillusion you.
> XF4 takes X performance into the next generation, adds support for most
> popular devices, and kicks major 3D ass. Take the plunge. Now.
> Cheers,
> Sunny.
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