Call of Duty 4 Full F.N.G mod on Mac OS X

Discussion in 'Mac and PC Games' started by adder7712, Dec 1, 2009.

  1. adder7712 macrumors 68000

    adder7712

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    #1
    How can I get the mod to work on Mac OS X? I found the mods folder but how do I make the mod work? In the read me it asks me to add some lines to a Windows executable to activate it.
     
  2. JollyRogers macrumors regular

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    If it is a multiplayer mod then once start game switch to xplayer and select the mods tab. Haven't looked to see what the fng mod is... but we use pezbot and zombies some for lan games.

    edit: IT's a singleplayer mod. Would think it would be a map... so anyways, I have no idea.
     
  3. Danny84, Jan 24, 2011
    Last edited: Jan 25, 2011

    Danny84 macrumors newbie

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    Solution

    I apologize for the huge bump, but I figured I'd post my solution so nobody else will have to search for as long as I did.

    If you haven't already, copy the LongTraining folder into /Applications/Call of Duty 4/Call of Duty 4 Data/mods/

    Open Terminal.
    Located in Applications/Utilities by default.

    Type the following code and press Return:
    Code:
    vi .profile
    This allows you to view Terminal's .profile file, letting you make permanent keyboard shortcuts.

    Now press "i" and then enter this command (I recommend copying and pasting as it's long). Don't press return.
    Code:
    alias longtraining='cd /Applications/Call\ of\ Duty\ 4/Call\ of\ Duty\ 4.app/Contents/MacOS/; ./Call\ of\ Duty\ 4 +set fs_game mods/LongTraining'
    This creates a shortcut to open CoD4 with the mod whenever you enter "longtraining" in the terminal. You can replace the "longtraining" before the = sign with whatever you like if you want a different shortcut.

    Press Escape and then Shift-zz
    This saves the file.

    Type "longtraining" into your Terminal, press Return, and enjoy.
    Or whatever you set the shortcut as. You can use this whenever you want, even if you quit and restart Terminal.
     
  4. mac2x macrumors 65816

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    Did exactly what you did and it doesn't work. Mission is same as regular F.N.G.
     
  5. mac2x macrumors 65816

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    Ah, figured it out. The LongTraining folder goes under /Applications/Call\ of\ Duty\ 4/Call\ of\ Duty\ 4\ Data/Mods rather than in your profile. ;)
     
  6. Danny84 macrumors newbie

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    My bad, I had copied and pasted the folder into just about every place possible so I tried to make an educated guess as to which one was right.
     

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