XQF is Quake/QuakeWorld/Quake2/Quake3 server browser and launcher for Linux/X11. It's a frontend to QStat, a program by Steve Jankowski. XQF uses the GTK+. For more information, screenshots, source code, precompiled binaries, see the XQF Homepage.
|Tags||Games/Entertainment First Person Shooters|
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux|
Release Notes: This release adds support for the Warsow and Tremulous games. Old and new versions of Half-Life are supported in parallel. Compilation problems with newer GTK+ 2 versions have been fixed. A Polish translation was added.
Release Notes: This release adds support for Nexuiz and Quake4 and the Q3A Excessive Plus game types. Epic's second UT2004 master has been added, along with support for plugin scripts and multiple sort modes per column. XQF now honors settings to ignore bots when copying server info to the clipboard. A new Finish translation has been added.
Release Notes: This release adds support for Half-Life 2 under Wine and has a new improved look using GTK2 colors and the Raleigh theme (if available). A new command line option to disable map scanning is available, along with various fixes such as UT2004 and Doom 3 master support, Quake 2 password saving, Q1/QW/Q2 skin list updating, and improved GTK2 support.
Release Notes: This release adds support for the game netPanzer and the Gslist commandline game servers browser, automatic detection of the Doom3 network protocol version and checking of the osmask to warn if the server has no Linux support, XQF-Rcon password support, UT2004 Master support, an additional Decent3 server listing, and various bugfixes. The qstat source IP and port range is now configurable and country statistics have been added to the stats page.
Release Notes: Support for Doom3, Americas Army 2.1, and Jedi Academy (WINE) was added. There are new custom arguments for UT2004 and a new game type for Quake3. Redial now understands free slots and passwords, and the Copy/Copy+ feature was fixed. Support for the Half-Life steam master was added, and there is a new animated GTK2 tray icon. When launching a game, some system environment variables are now set based on the server name, etc for users with custom launch scripts.