Possible regression in CVS wine
kumbayo84 at arcor.de
Sun Sep 4 14:38:08 CDT 2005
On Sunday 04 September 2005 20:41, Pavel Troller wrote:
> I've just upgraded wine on my son's computer by today's CVS. He tried
> some games and one of them stopped working. It's hind95 and the game bails
> out on an illegal instruction - outb, jumping into winedbg. Backtrace shows
> just 3 levels of game code itself, no dlls involved.
> I understand that user code cannot perform direct hardware I/O, but the
> game worked just before the upgrade (on wine about 1 month old). I don't
> know whether wine is normally intercepting and emulating these
> instructions, and the CVS version doesn't, or whether a new wine caused
> that another code path has been activated in the game code, leading to such
> a problem.
> There is also native w2k version of the game (hind.exe) but it still
> doesn't work in wine: it very sllllooooowwwwwllllyyyy renders the splash
> screen and then sits there and does nothing more.
> The game can be freely downloaded from www.abandonia.com; just search
> "hind" in the title page. There is probably a dynamic download URL used so
> I'm not posting it there.
> With regards, Pavel Troller
I haven't tried to run the game but maybe the problem is that wine now
defaults to behave like Win 2000 which does not allow privileged
You could try to set windows version to 98 with winecfg
Patch from 15.08.2005 that changed the default version:
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