BattleField2 & BSD serve up a game

Subject: General Tech | December 2, 2005 - 12:08 PM |

Why use Linux or Windows when you can setup a BF2 server on FreeBSD?  If you know the OS, and want to start rising in EA's ranks, NewsForge can run you through the setup.

"Many players of Electronic Arts' multiplayer online game Battlefield 2 run Battlefield 2 game

servers, either at home or as a hosted solution. Most use Windows or Linux as their server

operating system. Few people know that you can use FreeBSD as well. Here's how you can set up a

Battlefield 2 server on FreeBSD 6.0 RC-1."

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