[Wine] Re: I have got some questions involving Direct X
Alexander Nicolaysen Sørnes
alex at thehandofagony.com
Fri Mar 16 17:23:27 CDT 2007
Fredag 16 mars 2007 14:45, skrev Giles Cameron:
> Graphics card is Intel 915GM if I am interpreting the output of lspci
> right. And what do you mean by "drivers"? the one X11 uses? If so that
> would be "i810"
I have a laptop with 865GM, which runs at Stronghold (DX7), although I have
not tested it with the newest WIne versions. Is this behavioiur something
new, or has it always been like this? What does 'glxinfo' say?
Keep in mind that the Intel cards are quite crappy, so you won't be playing
Command & Conquer 3 or Doom III on them.
Alexander N. Sørnes
> Thanks for the help,
> Giles Cameron
> Alexander Nicolaysen Sørnes wrote:
> > Fredag 16 mars 2007 09:59, skrev Giles Cameron:
> >> Ok, I have been trying to get Direct 3D to work so I can play my games
> >> finaly. After adding several obscene messages to the thing that
> >> determines what version of D3D it supports, I have learned it only will
> >> let me use version 6; Is there any way around this? It would appear I do
> >> not have the "Extensions" required for OpenGL. I am using Gentoo Linux
> >> version linux-2.6.18-gentoo-r6
> >> Now for the million dollar question, how do I get wine to support D3d9?
> >> I am about ready to hack it in to make it think I support 9 just to see
> >> what happens. I am going into withdrawal from my games, and would hate
> >> to have to crawl back to windows for a few games!
> >> Thanks for any help,
> >> Giles Cameron
> > What graphics card/drivers to you have, then?
> > Regards,
> > Alexander N. Sørnes
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