You are awesome! Once it’s ready, it’s going on it’s own server in my 6 inch rack: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2463154
Cdev - just checking up on you. =)
Still working on the port. I’m adding more than just a renderer so it’s taking some time. Soon.
I finished updating the OpenGL ES port of ioquake3 for the Raspberry Pi. The source code can be found on GitHub (scroll down for the readme file).
So, download code then:
Start with the Compiling and Installation Guide and you should be good to go. The rest of the documentation is in the wiki. If you have any questions or issues, I started a thread in the Raspberry Pi forums. Have fun.
Did you finish your Quake3 server rack? Pictures!
I made the rack, but really didn’t go far in the Quake Server. I ran out of time.
Also I’ve designed a better version of the rack system, but need to design the RPi cases. Also need to get back to 3D printing.
That turned out great. The support in the back will help. I wonder if they make a mini rack power strip.