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    Wine or Winex?


    What is the differnce? I just want to play counter strike on my Fedora Core 2 system...any word?

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    Will work with winex.

    Download cvs at transgaming.com
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    Wine is free, and provides the Windows API. WineX is designed especially for games dealing with directx, and requires a subscription which costs money.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mjordan2nd
    Wine is free, and provides the Windows API. WineX is designed especially for games dealing with directx, and requires a subscription which costs money.
    But they do offer it free via cvs on the site. The sub will give you prepackaged files and also the Point2Play interface.
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