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I purchased duke3d from gog.com and the eduke32 mod through them as well. Unfortunately I can't get the game to work over our home network. After I run the setup for the network game all computers just end up endlessly searching for each other. I assume the networks not the problem as we can still see each other fine to play quake3. I attempted the command prompt suggestion as someone else mentioned but had a few problems. One was that I could only get it to open in a split window and the other was that if I rebooted it to start in dos, it was automatically in safe mode. I love this classic game and if anyone can help me get it networked I'd really appreciate it. Not super knowledgeable with computers though so dumb it down for me please.
This question / problem has been solved by Ralackkimage
If both computers have internet access and your not opposed to playing a lan game over the internet you could use something like yang

http://www.multi-players-zone.com/yang/downloads.htm

which should be easier to use and you shouldn't have any lag playing a game over the net anyway with a computer near you.

I mean it will be possible to set it up on just a lan but will be harder to do.
Post edited May 25, 2011 by jurijchrul