darren.grant at monstertech.ca
Thu Jul 29 18:21:07 UTC 2004
Thanks Bjorn... I actually found a posting that said the same thing. I
made the changes and ran "prelink -ua"... which did run but there were a
few errors... is that to be expected? And how long before it kicks
in... shouldn't a reboot fix the wait time?
Have you had success running CS over the steam interface via p2p?
Bjorn Andersen wrote:
>Fedora Core 1 and 2 turns on prelinking by default. If you haven't
>already turn off prelinking by doing the following:
>Change the line
>for the line that says:
>run in root "/usr/sbin/prelink -ua" after you save the changes. It took
>a while before it finaly did something for me, go watch a program for
>little and come back.
>Now WineX/Cedega works
>On tor, 2004-07-29 at 09:39 -0700, Darren Grant wrote:
>>I successfully installed point2play using the point2play-1.3-2.tar. I
>>had no trouble with the setup, or with grabbing the latest version of
>>cedega (cedega 4.0-1 the new winex) throught the p2p interface. I also
>>had no trouble installing the steam+cs engine using the
>>SteamInstall_CS.exe file. Running steam through cedega works great. All
>>the steam options / windows work perfectly. However when I click on a
>>server to connect... everything seems to go well... I get the "preparing
>>to play Counter-strike" popup box... it lasts for about 3 seconds, and
>>then dissapears... I'm expecting to see counter-strike start... but
>>nothing happens... nothing at all. The same is true for TFC or any mod.
>>As well I wasn't able to install Dungeon Siege. I tried installing
>>Half-life from CDROM (just for fun)... it goes through the sound test,
>>the file install, but then when you go to skip the registration process
>>(register later button), it hangs on the HL install splash screen... if
>>my memory serves me right, I should be taken to the video configuration
>>of the setup. This is starting to make me think it may have something
>>to do with my video... but I'm not sure??
>>So in short, I can't get any games to run using point2play and cedega.
>>Has anyone successfully gotten games to run via p2p+cedega on the 2.6
>>kernel of FC2?
>>I'm also using an ati radeon mobility m9 graphics card (which I have
>>setup correctly using ATI's latest proprietary driver glfx-4.3.0-3.9.0).
>>I'm using the 2.6.6-1.435.2.3 kernel.
>>I also have no problem running native-linux games such as UT2004 and UFO.
>>Any help would be appreciated...
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