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2007-11-13, 11:27
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Kombat Teams eXtreme, aka KTX, the most popular QuakeWorld server modification now has a new home.
It is hosted at the QW-DEV.net project framework on the following URL: http://ktx.qw-dev.net

Please submit all new bug or features requests there.
Direct link to the trackers: KTX Trackers

You can also find documentation and configuration example.
Direct link to the wiki: KTX Wiki

Official and beta releases can also be found there.
Direct link to the files: KTX Files

News, changes, roadmap and project activity reports can also be found on the website.
Feel free to check it out and participate.
2008-07-28, 05:59
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2009-03-07, 03:09
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If you want to ask about KTX from developers, it should be done on the KTX forums.
Servers: Troopers
2009-03-14, 21:00
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Questions and such can also be done via #qw-dev
2009-10-03, 00:02
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2011-03-20, 23:00
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For the impatients and the adventurous, each commit now autobuilds a new version here:
http://build.qw-dev.net/ktx/latest/

Linux 32bits, 64bits and os independant builds for now.
2012-03-11, 12:20
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Automatic builds have been fixed, they are now available each time a commit is pushed to the repositories for the following: Linux 32bits, 64bits and Windows 32bits.
If anyone is willing to run a buildbot client on a stable host for MacOS I'll gladly add those builds to the list.
2013-10-06, 05:14
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Is qw-dev.net offline? Is there any mirrors?
https://tinyurl.com/qwbrasil - QuakeFiles
2013-10-07, 18:51
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deurk wrote:
Automatic builds have been fixed, they are now available each time a commit is pushed to the repositories for the following: Linux 32bits, 64bits and Windows 32bits.
If anyone is willing to run a buildbot client on a stable host for MacOS I'll gladly add those builds to the list.


Down. My automatic downloader + packager for this site has now packaged empty tar.gz files for nQuakesv. Would be nice if someone could post a link to mirror or perhaps build new x86 and x64 linux binaries.
2013-10-08, 11:56
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I still have a recent-ish clone of the git repositories. Not sure from when but I don't think there have been any changes to the code lately. If qw-dev.net stays down I can make them available for someone to take care of. Ideally someone would step in as a "maintainer" of this stuff at github or something so this stuff does not get lost.
2019-11-28, 13:28
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Where I can download this? I tried the link from github but there is nothing in there..
https://builds.deurk.net/

2019-11-29, 07:28
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You can get KTX from https://github.com/deurk/ktx , but depending on what you want to do, you might have an easier time just getting nquakeSV (for server) from https://www.nquake.com/, which containts KTX, MVDSV, and a bunch of things configured for you.

Also might want to check out Discord for any help, http://discord.quake.world
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