Joined: April 2004
||Posted: Jan. 17 2005,17:12
|Quote (Envel @ Jan. 15 2005,02:58)|
|has anyone tried installing Cedega?|
i have used it on my Mandrake comp. but haven't yet tried it with DSL.
i am not sure how it differs from wine, or if there is a connection. I know that i have gotten civ 3 to work with it, as well as a few other games (not m$ games, like halo or rise of nations, btw).
you have to pay for it, but i found it scrounging through the web.
I believe codega is wine, just special plugins or something that the transgamin.com guys tweaked it to work properly with all the different games...
You will more than likely have to have the XFree86.dsl and the nvidia.dsl (for graphics acceleration) not to mention codega isnt free, you have to pay 5 bucks a month for it...however if someone would pay for it and then create a MyDSL package perhaps the codega guys would be more receptive (especailly if they could have a micro-light distro that could have a quick plugin and run the games) thus increasing thier user base!
If you look at the amount of games that sucker can run! (over 300M$ games, including the latest and greatest like HL2) its amazing! http://transgaming.org/gamesdb/[/url]
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