> Sorry about this question, but I don't know an other place to ask. I want to
> play Unreal Tournament on FreeBSD 4.7-Stable with Linux Compatibility.
well, I never had reason to try to get it to work with an nvidia card but
I did get UT working with my ati radeon 7000. the first thing to do is get
opengl working in general. you should either be using graphics/drm-kmod and
graphics/linux_dri. well, thats what I installed first time round for my ati
card, don't know what you need for the nvidia card.
then I made a softlink from /cdrom to /usr/compat/linux/mnt/cdrom. cd's into
it and ran the installer. I think that was all I needed to do. it seemed happy
then I felt brave, uninstalled drm-kmod and installed dri-devel for it's T&L
support. well, the frame rate certainly seemed faster, although the graphics
wrecked :) not checked it recently, but then I've not played UT recently either
anyone know if the dri-devel port is producing decent looking 3d these days,
and for that matter if it'll work if/when I upgrade to 5?