We have a working binary and examples up and running in the cs242 directory on the csug network. There was one bug fix and a recompilation in Jan. 2009. The new code is in cs242/quake09.
To start quake:
You can move around with the arrow keys. Hold down shift to move your cursor out of the window.
Within quake, type ~ and a console will open. One useful command is "noclip", which lets you move through walls and also up and down with the "space" and "c" keys.
To come out of the console, type ~ again.
The "map" command lets you change maps. Try "map open5".
Running a quagent:
Instead of typing console commands after starting quake, you can add
them as command-line parameters.
Different values of sw_mode correspond to different resolutions.
~cs242/quake2ur +map open15 +noclip +sw_mode 4
Notice that java is at /usr/staff/bin/java. Also, javac is at /usr/staff/bin/javac. The defaults might not work.
To get an idea of what Quagents can do, read the Quagent Tech. Report
There is much more documentation at
This page is maintained by CB.
Last update: 1.20.09.