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I am able to install Starcraft using Wine. All is happy. I've not yet gotten to run it (I just now found the directions for getting CD stuff to work), ...
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- 07-24-2005 #1
Installing Starcraft with Cedega
However, with Cedega, this does not work:
alex@tux /mnt/cdrom $ cvscedega install.exe err:font:ReadFontDir Can't open directory "/usr/X11R6/lib/X11/fonts/truetype/" fixme:psdrv:PSDRV_BITMAP_SelectObject stub fixme:psdrv:PSDRV_BITMAP_SelectObject stub fixme:psdrv:PSDRV_BITMAP_SelectObject stub wine: Unhandled exception, starting debugger...
I found a thread addressing this exact problem with Google on this forum, but it doesn't exist anymore. I cried.
So if anyone can help me out or wants to ask any questions, I'd be VERY grateful.
- 07-24-2005 #2
I know this answer won't be popular with open source purists, but I'd recommend using Point2Play with Cedega (paid version), I use it to run Starcraft, and frankly, I can't see any problems running it under Linux at all. In my estimation, Starcraft runs on my machine under Linux as well as under Windows. Point2Play enabables the installation of a lot of games that using just Cedega alone won't.