Tricking program into seeing actual gfx driver not WINE's

Seth Shelnutt shelnutt2 at
Sat Jul 5 21:01:49 CDT 2008

I get the following error when applying your patch via git-am,

shelnutt at Ubuntu32-L:~/wine$ git-am
cat: .dotest/next: No such file or directory
previous dotest directory .dotest still exists but mbox giv

I was able to apply it manually though using the patch command.

The only difference between your patch and mine was I also changed
"display", and I changed it to "nv4_display.dll". I guess that doesn't work.
It is compiling now, so thanks for the patch.

Also I wasn't aware of the change of name for Wine. I'll stop the all caps
now ;).

On Sat, Jul 5, 2008 at 9:44 PM, Jeff Zaroyko <jeffzaroyko at> wrote:

> On Sun, Jul 6, 2008 at 11:11 AM, Seth Shelnutt <shelnutt2 at>
> wrote:
> > After replacing the driver "Display" with "nv4_display.dll" and
> desctiption
> > with "NVIDIA GeForce 8800" I still get the same problem. It says the card
> is
> > not supported.
> >
> Hi Seth
> I'm not sure of your exact change, but I have attached a patch which
> succeeds for me.
> In your git directory, run
> git reset --hard # reverts all changes you have made
> git-am 0001-a-hack-to-make-Folding-Home-think-I-am-using-an-NVID.patch
> # applies my patch
> cd dlls/wined3d
> make
> now cd to the Folding at home install directory and run
> /path/to/git/wine/wine Folding at home.exe
> just on a side note, we say Wine, not WINE since the name changed some
> time ago
> If you have any other questions, let me know.
> Jeff
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