[Wine] Re: Anyone who is experienced with wine and/or CrossOver
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Wed Mar 11 22:10:05 CDT 2009
James McKenzie wrote:
> moniec15 wrote:
> > I am on a Macbook 4,1 with 4GB ram and X3100 GPU running 10.5.6, VMware Fusion 2.0.2 and CxGames 7.2.
> > I am trying to get Runes of Magic to run, and I think it has something to do with wine.
> The problem is not with poor video drivers, that is for Linux. The
> problem is that OpenGL 1.3 is not supported in a released version of
> X11/XQuartz and most modern games rely on several functions being
> present. There is a quite lengthy topic on Wine Forums about the 2.3.3
> beta and how to get these functions to work. However, I will add that
> this is NOT release quality work and your results may vary from not
> being able to use Wine at all to everything working better than you
> As to the program not working with CrossOver Mac/CrossOver Games, please
> go to CodeWeavers and advise them. They do monitor these lists, but do
> not provide support here for their products. Something I will advise is
> to try the game in CrossOver Office if it is a Legacy game, like dOOm.
> James McKenzie
Ahhhh ok thanks for the info. Very very interesting... So an openGL problem. Well the only reason I thought the issue had something to do with wine is because CxG uses wine to handle its graphics. Like I said, I got two different results using CxG and VMwF and knowing that the hardware does support the game, I assumed that if wine's rendering could be tweeked, everything would be all good.
I actually am not running wine as a standalone, as I am sure you can tell I am a noob to all this.
I want to put emphasis on the fact that I have sent inquires into codeweavers, but I just figured you guys would know wine better than they would, and could best let me know if there was a fix in wine I could make to get the game running (I am under the assumption, and have a hunch that there is).
Thanks so much for your responses, you guys are really helpful!
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