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#1 15 years ago

hey guys,

i was wondering if there is a way that i can bind both my original cod cds onto one dvd.

i'm trying to install it on linux using wine, but i can only emulate one cd/dvd at a time, so i need to be able to install everything from one disk.

i dont know how to go about putting everything onto one dvd.

any suggestions are welcome.

ttyl




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#2 15 years ago

yeah, you can do that. Just take the files on CD2 in the 'data' folder and copy that onto the DVD with the files from CD1.

there aren't any more files on CD2 you need.




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#3 15 years ago

cool! thanx so much!




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#4 15 years ago

well, i did that now and when i try to install, it still asks me for the 2nd cd. when i press ok, it just asks again.

do i have to delete an script files from the data directory. i dont know, maybe a file that redirects the installer to the 2nd cd?




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#5 15 years ago

No, dont install it. just copy the files onto your drive.

Is this for a server? If so, you wont need a resigstry key. The easiest way to do that is to copy your entire COD 1.5 folder on your Windows PC onto a DVD, and paste it on your Linux machine. then, start up the server.

If its not for a server, you can still copy your COD 1.5 folder onto the Linux machine, and then start up mp. Then enter the serial key in the appropriate box under 'enter cd key'.

The only reason you would need to install is to pacth it. But if you have a copy of the current version 1.5, there is no need to do this.