[Wine] Rosetta Stone suddenly stopped working
dsent.zen at gmail.com
Tue Jun 16 11:39:57 CDT 2009
NVIDIA proprietary drivers have an option to install 32-bit compatibility
OpenGL libraries if you use their official installer.
If you didn't use your distribution's means to install NVIDIA drivers (like
NVIDIA repository, "Restricted drivers" or Envy), try to download and
install the latest driver from nvidia.com, install it and see if it helps
(with and without 32-bit libraries).
I'd see into the issue if only there was a trial/demo of the application...
On Tue, Jun 16, 2009 at 01:05, ducklord <wineforum-user at winehq.org> wrote:
> Thanks for the reply. I searched the Rosetta Stone home page (
> http://www.rosettastone.com/) and I don't think that a trial version
> exists except for the online version of the program.
> But, fortunately, I did find a way around the problem. It seems that the
> proprietary NVIDIA driver and Rosetta Stone don't mix. The reason that
> Rosetta Stone worked for me in the beginning was that a line was missing
> from the xorg.conf file, which prevented the GL libraries from being loaded.
> When I added the line, Rosetta Stone stopped working. So I just "broke" the
> xorg.conf file again because I don't really have any use for the GL
> libraries anyway.
> Still, it would be nice if the NVIDIA drivers and RS could be made to work
> together somehow. Could it be the problem that Wine is a 32-bit application
> and the NVIDIA drivers are 64-bit? Or is there a bug somewhere?
Danila Sentiabov aka dsent
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