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I just installed UT2003 on a Mandrake9.1 box. I've got up-to-date display drivers and version of SDL libraries.
I fire up UT and this is as far as it gets in the trace:
[ 1] ./Core.so [0x409c8c32]
[ 2] /lib/i686/libpthread.so.0 [0x40d955ce]
[ 3] /lib/i686/libc.so.6 [0x40b583b8]
[ 4] /UT2003/System/OpenGLDrv.so(SetRes__19UOpenGLRenderDeviceP9UViewportiiiii+0xd0) [0x4379e910]
[ 5] /UT2003/System/SDLDrv.so(TryRenderDevice__12USDLViewportPCwiii+0x11e) [0x43769806]
[ 6] /UT2003/System/SDLDrv.so(OpenWindow__12USDLViewportUiiiiii+0x223) [0x437687d3]
[ 7] ./Engine.so(Init__11UGameEngine+0x1043) [0x40259753]
[ 8] ./ut2003-bin [0x805513e]
[ 9] ./ut2003-bin(main+0x296e) [0x805813e]
 /lib/i686/libc.so.6(__libc_start_main+0xc7) [0x40b457f7]
 ./ut2003-bin(ValidateCDKey__Fv+0x49) [0x80511f1]
Signal: SIGSEGV [segmentation fault]
OK, so the first thing you think is :I typed the CD key incorrectly" ... nope, re-installed and did it again.