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Old 03-04-2003, 07:07 AM   #1
zagreb
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installing counter strike server in windows client


I am running linux red hat 7.2 and installing HLDS dor linux which used to counter strike server. The installation is work fine.

The question I want to pose are :

1. Is it possible to run hlds (counter strike server) in win98 client ?

2. If possible... How do I make the client (win98) parsing the hlds in linux ?

3. Should I install Samba..?and if yes How to install it..?

*. I have a network using win98

I hope you can understand my words. Any respond would be appreciated.
 
  


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