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Quake 4 retail Linux client/server patch v1.0.2147

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As promised, id Software has released the Linux retail client/server patch for Quake 4, offering Penguin-powered gamers the opportunity to play this sci-fi first-person shooter sequel by Raven Software on their OS of choice. The release requires 17 PK4 files from the retail game, and includes an OpenGL client as well as a dedicated server.

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