No need to recompile, but you want to swap the whole environment apart from the Pi.nummy wrote:yea I have a coworker I can swap pis with. can I just pop in my SD card or should I recompile q3 on his pi?
The evidence points that way.nummy wrote: moved back everything onto my pi. ran q3a with the same settings, and it crashes about 1 min into the game. could I have faulty hardware?
Well, if you swap the board and the crashing goes away, suggests a replacement has a good chance of working better. I'd say RMA.nummy wrote: I tend to think the problem is in the Broadcom GPU. I have done other things with my pi that are resource intensive (like compiling Q3A and XBMC from scratch) ... and those things ran for hours and didn't cause any sort of reboot/crash. Since the crash only happens when I'm playing Q3A at that resolution, it makes me think it is a GPU issue. What do you guys think?
I was running 128 split. But I RMA'd it and the replacement they sent me runs it fine now.EvilUrge wrote:How did you go with this? I was having a very similar issue with it crashing randomly after a minute or two. Also the sound with very bad. I ran rpi-update 192, rebooted and Q3A runs like a champ now.
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