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This is the Linux Server Patch, version 1.45
Battlefield 1942 free dedicated Linux server version 1.45 Changes: - Compatible with 1.45 and Secret Weapons. - Added Battle of Britain to the standard set of maps. - Added +overlayPath option to specify an alternate directory to hold the Logs/ and Settings/ directories. - Added support for player banning via CD keys hashes. - Added support for priority changing during map loading. - Allows resizing of the status monitor on X11 terminals. - Fixed bug where settings for reserved slots were lost after map change. - Fixed obscure objective replication bug. - Enabled size optimizations for certain files to reduce overall binary size. - Added measurement of how much the server works and sleeps during it's main loop updates. The number is displayed in the bottom right of the status monitor. A 10% utilization means that the server is sleeping 90% of each simulation cycle (at the current FPS). - Changed main loop timings yet again. This time I went for stability rather than performance. This version shouldn't fall behind CPU-wise on slower servers. - Rewrote compression output loop that might have corrupted large XML log files. - XML logging format version 1.1: - Fixed spelling errors (`vehicle' was spelled `vechicle') - Added player CD key hashes to the log for Internet games. This is useful to track information connected to a certain user regardless of player name. - All changes from the 1.4 series apply as well. - Other bug fixes not really visible to end users.
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