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Old 06-01-2007, 07:13 PM   #1
DragonM15
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Cedega Unable to load GTK2 Python bindings


Hello All,
I know you have probably seen a post titled Cedega that has this issue in it as well, however I felt a more direct subject was in order.
I am running Slackware 11.0 and like WoW and C&C 3. I installed Cedega not too long ago, and had it working perfectly with WoW (40+ fps). Then I got the bright idea to take C&C 3 from my windows over to my linux just like I did my C&C. I tried running it but it just sat there with 100% CPU Usage and did nothing. I ran killall wineserver (Which I had to do some times with WoW when it wouldn't exit correctly).
Then I tried to start cedega back up and try playing WoW. It did the same thing (100% CPU usage with no result). I also had this problem with WoW at times after I ran the killall command, but usually a reboot fixed the problem.

Now after I rebooted and tried starting cedega I got the error:
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F1 2007-06-01 17:01:21,470 CRITICAL Unable to load GTK2 Python bindings: No module named gtk
I did some looking and found out that all I really need is pygtk. I have pygtk installed. I tried updating it to 2.10 with no end result. It still gives me this error. Currently I went back to the original 2.8.6 which I had no problems with before, however cedega still gives me this error.

Any ideas where I should go now?

Thanks,
DragonM15
 
Old 06-04-2007, 09:48 AM   #2
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I'd try wine first because it will get updates and bug fixes faster than Cedega. Or, just uninstall all of your games and install WoW without anything else.
 
Old 06-04-2007, 03:50 PM   #3
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I'd try wine first because it will get updates and bug fixes faster than Cedega. Or, just uninstall all of your games and install WoW without anything else.
I am currently playing WoW with wine, but I dont have sound. I have tried winecfg and tested all the different sound options (OSS, JACK, EsounD, and ALSA). The only one that sortof works is OSS and it is all crackly sounding. By uninstalling everything and just installing WoW you mean not try to play C&C?

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