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2009-10-12, 01:59
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A google search finds nothing other than the official site, which does not load up.

I tried to download it a few months ago and didn't find it then either.

It's just to watch some old .qwz demos, so if there's another program that does that, let me know.
2009-10-12, 07:34
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Try if you can fetch it from the archive:

http://web.archive.org/web/20060710115141/www.udpsoft.com/qizmo/dl.html
2009-10-22, 00:21
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http://www.nisda.net/files/qizmo291.zip

from: http://www.nisda.net/quake.php
https://mega.nz/#F!pZZnBLCK!fZxeV9Lwa76-CG5mdKlbVA - QuakeFiles
2012-01-06, 15:40
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Does anyone have a Qizmo download link for the Linux version?

Update: http://klaudia.ehost.pl/tolo/files/qizmo-2.91-intel-linux-glibc.tar.gz
2012-01-07, 09:16
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You can watch .qwz directly in ezquake, although more than 2 years later you have probably found a way or given up
2012-01-07, 18:10
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HangTime wrote:
You can watch .qwz directly in ezquake, although more than 2 years later you have probably found a way or given up

EzQuake uses Qizmo to uncompress the qwz.
2012-01-13, 16:35
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Only the compress.dat I think... Apparently they couldn't agree on giving out the source for Qizmo :/
2012-01-13, 19:23
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Nope, whole qizmo.exe is launched.
2014-05-20, 11:27
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dirtbox wrote:
Does anyone have a Qizmo download link for the Linux version?

Update: http://klaudia.ehost.pl/tolo/files/qizmo-2.91-intel-linux-glibc.tar.gz

I get a 404 on this link now. Does anyone else have Qizmo for Linux?
2014-05-20, 12:00
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2014-05-20, 12:45
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d2 wrote:
Cheers. I also found http://ftp.yi.se/pub/games/quakeworld/proxies/ earlier today (and as MLI pointed out, archive.org actually hosts it)

I cannot get it to execute though unfortunately... even after chmod 777 :\
2014-05-20, 12:46
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root@nl:~/nquakesv/qizmo# tar zxvf qizmo-2.91-intel-linux-glibc.tar.gz
qizmo
compress.dat
README
REGISTER
sources.txt
filters.txt
menu.cfg
hosts.cfg
root@nl:~/nquakesv/qizmo# ll
total 1204
drwxr-xr-x 2 root root 4096 May 20 14:43 ./
drwxr-xr-x 11 root root 4096 May 20 13:40 ../
-rw------- 1 55570 80 262144 Sep 23 1999 compress.dat
-rw------- 1 55570 80 927 Sep 16 1998 filters.txt
-rw------- 1 55570 80 340 Dec 20 1998 hosts.cfg
-rw------- 1 55570 80 449 Nov 16 1999 menu.cfg
-rw------- 1 55570 80 566688 Nov 23 1999 qizmo
-rw-r--r-- 1 root root 314207 May 20 14:43 qizmo-2.91-intel-linux-glibc.tar.gz
-rw------- 1 55570 80 41830 Nov 16 1999 README
-rw------- 1 55570 80 3566 Nov 16 1999 REGISTER
-rw------- 1 55570 80 737 Dec 20 1998 sources.txt
root@nl:~/nquakesv/qizmo# chmod 777 qizmo
root@nl:~/nquakesv/qizmo# ./qizmo
-bash: ./qizmo: No such file or directory
root@nl:~/nquakesv/qizmo#


I tried also using apt-get to install glibc or libc but neither was found... dunno what to do
2014-05-20, 12:55
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[14:53] <d22> it was compilled on 386 machine
[14:54] <d22> try installing ia32-libs


Indeed it worked!
2014-05-28, 07:47
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Today I had to use ia32-libs-multiarch
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