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Hi, I am new to using Wine or WineX. Can anyone let me know how to install and configure Wine or WineX on Redhat 9. I want to try playing ...
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    Help to configure and use Wine/WineX


    Hi,

    I am new to using Wine or WineX.

    Can anyone let me know how to install and configure Wine or WineX on Redhat 9.

    I want to try playing my Windows games on Linux. Additionally, the games are on NTFS partitions.

    I have installed WineX, but cant figure out how to use it to start games on Windows partitions.

    Any help in this regard will be great.

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    Re: Help to configure and use Wine/WineX

    Quote Originally Posted by petrafied
    Hi,

    I have installed WineX,
    Very good.

    but cant figure out how to use it to start games on Windows partitions.


    You don't want to, the NTFS driver is best in Read Only mode, writing to NTFS partitions of Windows XP can cause damage beyond repair.

    If you install WineX, Download the Point2Play application.
    Weblink: http://www.transgaming.com/
    You can use it to install your games from CD.
    It will mimic a windows installer
    And write it to the Transgaming Drive ( A folder in your $Home)

    And be sure to check the Transgaming forums, not all games work straight away.
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    wine

    having a hard time with wine here, first time useing it in FreeBSD and photoshop isnt installing

    (mark@h4x0r)(100/ttyp1)(10:51P:01/23/05)-
    (%:~)- wine
    fixme:ntdll:NtQueryVolumeInformationFile device info not properly supported on this platform
    fixme:file:get_default_drive_device auto detection of DOS devices not supported on this platform
    Wine 20040505



    no clue how to fix this but i kinda figured it isnt letting it work as the specified OS (winxp) in the "~/.wine/config", any help would be great

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    Whenever you have wine problems, your first solution should be upgrade to the lastest release. They release them often. the latest is 20050111.

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