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Hmm, werid, so your desktop is now set to 1280x1024, and in the game you can only get 800x600, thats odd, on my desktop is set to 1024x768 and so is unreal when i play it.
My graphics card is a 6800 and monitor is a 17" I have no clue, anyone have some ideas.
I found the solution!
Go to your /home/<username>/.ut2004 directory (the . (dot) means it is a hidden folder)
Edit with your UT2004.ini file and change the
Try to do a search for 800 and whenever it refers to any kind of resolution change ito 1024 (and 600 to 768) to get 1024x768 resolution
The same applies to any resolution (eg 1280x1024 , 1600x1200 etc)