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QGameX

   1.1.1  

KDE Other Utility

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QGameX
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Link:  http://
Minimum required   Qt 4.x
Downloads:  1117
Submitted:  Nov 11 2006
Updated:  Dec 9 2007

Description:

QGameX is a tool for launching games, optionally in a separated X11 session. It has a configuration GUI (QT 4), which is used for profile generation by setting certain options (see screenshots). The game itself can be simply run later by PROFILE=myprofile qgamex game-command game-args.

Compilation:
qmake (or qmake-qt4)
make

Then you may want to copy the resulting binary to your PATH.

***TIP***: Add nvidia-settings -l into the "commands to execute before running the game" field. It will apply your nVIDIA overclocking settings.




Changelog:

* version 1.1.1
keyboard map is now restored after the game exits (but not 100% reliable)
* version 1.1.0
support for new FSAA modes
program displays only the options available for the selected GPU
program can run a game in the existing X session too
* version 1.0.3
a running X server is no longer necessary for running a game
* version 1.0.2
increased program verbosity
* version 1.0.1
added an option "vblank sync to device"
* version 1.0
initial release




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 Just what I need...

 
 by Contrast on: Dec 31 2007
 
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This looks like it could be a real lifesaver for me. I just got a 12-button mouse which I'm very happy with, but I have to use the evdev driver to get the extra buttons working, which doesn't seem to play well with most games.

The only problem is I can't get it working. I'm having the same problem jackiebrown mentioned:
Fatal server error:
Cannot move old log file ("/var/log/Xorg.1.log" to "/var/log/Xorg.1.log.old
I already tried the commands you mentioned, no joy. Any help with this would be greatly appreciated.


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 Re: Just what I need

 
 by LubosD on: Dec 31 2007
 
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This has to be some permissions issue. First of all look at /etc/X11/Xwrapper.config and check that it says allowed_users=anybody. Then look at the permissions of /usr/bin/Xorg, it should have the setuid bit set.


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 That got it.

 
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I must have missed the part about setting /usr/bin/Xorg's setuid bit. It's working perfectly now. Thanks a lot!


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