Can you play Quake Live on linux or mac?
January 11, 2009 5 comments Article
Unfortunately, as of 17/12/2013 this is no longer possible. Quake Live is Windows only.
Yes you can! Just visit the Quake Live website and follow the on screen instructions! As tested with timedemos on dualboot machines it is actually proven that the Linux version is faster than the Windows version! So if you are using Apple MacOS or GNU/Linux, visit the site and join in on the fragging mayhem!
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you can play quake live in your linux box if you run a virtual machine runing on top of it, and run quake live in that.
Thanks for letting us know
Seems like you wrote a little article about it as well. Gonna hot link it for the other curious minds:
Support for MAC and LINUX is in development. It will be there at some point, just not yet.
Official Mac and Linux support is now available!
I have 4 cores of Xeon E5630 @ 2.53GHz running Linux with NVidia 5600 GTX, Quake Live in full graphic mode is running perfectly – FPS never drops below 125.