This page details compatibility issues between
the various MODs for Unreal Tournament, and the Linux version of the game.
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Many thanks to Michiel Hendriks, Derek Meister, Chris Wakelin and
Martin Hobt for their contributions.
Most UMOD files can be installed using the brilliant umodpack utility - see the
3rd party tools page for more information.
This page currently refers to versions 425-428a of Unreal Tournament for Linux.
None known - installs fine, able to select this model
under Player Preferences and Bots.
Available from: 3D Downloads
Relics will cause problems with
versions up to and including 425, due to the sounds conflicting with
sample rates defined in the code. This is fixed in 428.
None known with V200.
CTF Do The Right Thing
None known. Works fine as mutator to
Available from: Infiltration homepage
None known. Configuration under Mod
menu item works. Included models appear. Different game modes seem to work correctly.
Inoxx Map Pack
Available from: 3D Downloads
The beta3 version should work with
Linux UT 428a, but not with all models - refer to the README for full information.
Monster Madness 2
Seems OK, but adding monsters to an
arena seems to impose a huge performance hit.
Rocket Arena: UT
Available from: RA: UT homepage
When installing RA:UT 1.40 to UT 425
using umodpack, an error may be reported that RA:UT requires version 413 of the
game. However, the installation will still complete and the MOD is playable.
There are stability problems in the main menu with RA:UT 1.42, causing the game
Available from: Strike Force homepage
Installation instructions are
available at this
No major issues running the MOD, but
there are some things that people should be aware of.
Strike Force has an MP3 player built into it, which is also installed
as a server package. In Linux the MP3 player won't work (because it is a DLL).
So these server packages should be removed from the .ini file:
Available from: Tactical Ops homepage
Version 1.5 had some problems with
crashes during gameplay, but 1.6 is much improved. May need to enable the Linux
fix option (found under the gameplay options on launching a game) in order to
play the game.
Available from: Unloaded homepage
The MOD is supplied with a batch file,
Unloaded.bat, which is used to launch the game. Unfortunately this is not
compatible with the Linux version of the game - you should use the script below to
start Unloaded instead. Download it, copy it to the System directory, make it
executable, and run it from there.
Additionally, the supplied UnLoaded.ini file contains configuration information specific to the
Windows version (references to WinDrv etc.) - you need to merge the information
from your Linux UnrealTournament.ini in order to get the game to run with your
usual video and audio settings.
None known - works fine on the server.