im new to linux. i installed Wine on my RH7.1 and i guess it was successfully done. as in i was able to install a game on my computer. now when i run the game(.exe file) through wine, i get the following error-
Could not initialize graphics system. Make sure the graphics card and driver are compatible with DirectDraw.
i know my card is good as ive played that game on win. so what i did was i reinstalled drivers for linux with the latest from the internet. still the error came.
so i think that the fake_windows" created by wine has to have its drivers installed. i cannot try that cause i used to do it with the wizards of win98 but now there is no wizard that could help me update the drivers for "fake_wndows".
is my assumption correct that the problem is there with the driver for "fake_windows" created by wine?
or is there something else?
im dying to play AOE2 on MSN Zone so please help...;)
Ah, yes, that is thge first step, the second is to tell wine to use the native dll's... else the directx will just be so much filler. Wether you will get any real function out of the native dlls.... depends.
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