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Check month, lastseen is from november (11th month).
link to topic where he mention migration to new linux distribution. Some days latter you have also his question how to proper migrate qkey in the shoutbox.
Two GUIDs in very simple if you play under linux. You can run classic linux binary and also .exe (if you have wine = windows emulator). UrT works good in wine.
Under linux (running linux binary) your "qkey" is not located in UrT folder but game creates new folder in your "home" folder (/home/username/q3...). Inside this is also qkey.
Running UrT under wine reads your qkey from UrT folder.
.. ifcourse its the same for all other settings and downloaded maps etc.!
Edit: forgot to write final words. By all this points and timestamps, he install new linux version, connect with "new" qkey from linux bin and wine (on 22. and 23.11.), and then he copys old qkey and he is back with "old" GUID. Logical or not!?
man... seriously... i don't even know what 360FOV is...
I have been switching from ubuntu 11.04 to 12.04 then to 12.10 ... back to 12.04, now on crunchbang (debian wheezy), there were also other weird distros in the meantime, but I don't know if i installed UrT on them. I had no idea what GUID is until a couple of months ago, did not know where it is in linux and so on... man, I did not even know of keybinds, life is easier now...
I just like to relax in the evening.
see ya, hopefully tonight.
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