TCP/IP under GNU/Linux

Rein Klazes rklazes at
Sat Feb 14 12:33:25 CST 2004

On Fri, 13 Feb 2004 19:43:41 +0000, you wrote:

> i have gotten Grand Theft Auto (which is available free for download at
> working well under wine.
> there seems to be a "network play" option which should automatically
> detect TCP/IP availability. unfortunately the game thinks i am on a
> standalone machine when in fact i am on a DHCP served LAN.
> this makes me think either wine does not yet support the networking mode
> for this game, in which case asking for advise is a lost cause, or that
> i have not enabled TCP/IP. preferring the latter situation, i searched
> the docs on how to enable TCP/IP networking under wine, but am no wiser.
> could anyone please advise me on how to set up TCP/IP? i do not have a
> windows partition, and all my networking is running fine for my "Debian
> GNU/Linux testing/unstable/experimental" system.

Hmmm, DHCP can sometimes be a problem to setup correctly with
applications running on wine. Can we have the output of your application
with --debugmsg +winsock please?

Rein Klazes
rklazes at

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