Windows 3.0 apps can't find their files
brettholcomb at charter.net
Tue Dec 16 12:50:58 CST 2003
Ahh, that cd <G>. I think it's just the way the game is.
Especially older games needed to be in their directory or
they complained. You can write a shell wrapper to cd to
that directory and then run wine.
On Tue, 16 Dec 2003 10:37:25 -0800
"Mark Knecht" <mknecht at controlnet.com> wrote:
>> "Mark Knecht" <mknecht at controlnet.com> wrote:
>> >> Does Ceaser 3 have copy protection?
>> >No, not at all. It's a very nice, but old game without
>> >any protection at
>Sorry Brett. My typing wasn't the clearest there. I meant
>'cd' to the
>directory on disk, not to the CD. It does actually
>require the CD to be
>mounted, but that's not where I start the program.
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