[Wine] Astonia 3 on Wine (mmorpg game)
wrd4wrd at gmail.com
Wed Oct 19 04:35:30 CDT 2005
yeah, that's exactly what i did - and it worked perfectly :)
On 10/19/05, Jeff Vian <jvian10 at charter.net> wrote:
> On Mon, 2005-10-17 at 16:59 +0000, Karen Almog wrote:
> > I've installed wine, so i can play an mmorpg game called Astonia 3.
> > So far, the game loads fine, except for 2 problems:
> > 1) no sound
> > 2) no keyboard input
> > from everything i've read under wine docs, there should be a file
> > called config - but i'm sure you know it doesn't exist...
> > no /tools/wineinstall file either.
> > i've installed wine from the rpm for fedora, and i can't find any
> > place where i can configure it.
> > i've also read a little about winex and have already downloaded its
> > cvs, but all the docs i could find relate to the install process as
> > part of the wineinstall...
> cedega (formerly winex) from www.transgaming.com<http://www.transgaming.com>is made explicitly for
> playing games. Install the Point2Play rpm, then run it and it will
> install everything else for you (cedega, mozcontrol [activeX interface]
> and fonts). Then use that and see if the game installs and plays for
> Not all games are supported, but many are and the ones I use are
> included. The games db will list those whose status is known.
> I see that Astonia is listed there, so it may work for you.
> It does initially require a subscription (very nominal cost), but for me
> it is worth it.
> > winecfg, according to the popup window, doesn't actually configure
> > wine, and even if it does, it doesn't have any part that configures
> > input devices.
> > it's frustrating as hell to try and work through docs that are
> > obviously out of date....
> > Anyone knows how i can configure wine then?
> > Especially regarding the keyboard function.
> > p.s. - i can live without sound, but without keyboard input, the game
> > is just no good...
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