|# Install Quake 3: Arena on a mac|
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|set -e # exit on error|
|git clone https://github.com/ioquake/ioq3|
|cp -R release-darwin-x86_64/ /Applications/ioquake3|
|while [ $COUNT -lt 9 ]; do|
|curl -L http://files.anitalink.com/gamecache/quake3/baseq3/pak$COUNT.pk3 > pak$COUNT.pk3|
|echo "Quake 3: Arena installation successful!"|
|rm -R $HOME/ioq3|
|read -p "Do you want to start the game now? (y/n) " -n 1 -r|
|if [[ $REPLY =~ ^[Yy]$ ]]|
Happened to me too. I drug and dropped .pk3 files from another quake install folder I had downloaded. It works great now, I just had to get a CD Key and now it works fine.
Thanks for the upload and instructions.
@ExaltedKnave Did you have to do anything special with the .pk3 files? How many did you have?
I see the script attempts to download pak0.pk3 to pak9.pk3 but I've only got 0-6. When I tried to run the game I get an error suggesting to reinstall the 1.32 point release and make sure that every file in baseq3 is present and readable.
Point Release files are missing. Please re-install the 1.32 point release. Also check that your ioq3 executable is in the correct place and that every file in the "baseq3" directory is present and readable. See "/Users/[name]/Library/Application Support/Quake3/baseq3/crashlog.txt" for details.
I had a really hard time finding q3a Point Release 1.32 as an archive (not .exe) so I had to install them in an empty directory on a windows box, archived them and added them here.
Check mine ;) https://github.com/diegoulloao/install-ioquake3-mac
I had to make sure Xcode Command-line Tools were installed. Used the following command line to install.
Installation then worked but I get the following error when trying to run in /Applications/ioquake3/ioquake3.app
This is what's inside /Users/macbookpro/Library/Application Support/Quake3/baseq3/crashlog.txt