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Old 13th August 2005, 03:38 PM
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quake2 sound stuttering

I downloaded the open source binaries for quake2. I installed them on Fedora Core 4 along with the pak0.pak file from my CD. When I run quake the video works fine but the sound is doing a strange stuttering, chirping thing which caused me to turn off all the sound.

I should also mention I get an error message from alsa saying there was a buffer underrun.

Anyone know how to fix this sound problem with quake?

Fedora 9 / XFCE 4.4.2
Athlon Thunderbird CPU 1.3 GigHz
750 MB RAM
Nvidia Gforce 6200
Mozilla Seamonkey 1.1.9 browser with MonkeyMenu Extension

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Old 14th December 2005, 10:03 AM
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I would recomend installing jake2 it's Quake2 ported to JAVA. It's pritty good.
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