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I need wine to run some win games/programs?
Should I have Win98, or NT
Some obvious editing done to save space
From what I've read, if you have Windows on your computer, Wine can access and use the Windows APIs/DLLs directly, making for a much faster emulation. Don't quote me on this since I don't use Wine very much. I only really ever used it for small apps like Solitair/Spider, but then I installed PySol.
well i had to reinstal linux(rh7.2) on a diff hd so i'm back again...
i installed q3/rtcw. when i try to start q3, i get an error "can't open default.cfg". do i need to set permissions for the game?
if so how should i go about this ?
seeing i'm new to this, loading and running games should help with my learning curve.
also i have an "MS intelimouse exlorer" and i need to configure the extra buttons. i did a search and it looks like i need to edit xf86.config file ? i couldn't find it( the correct file). i found a file named the same but the file manager showed a " ?" for the file and i couldn't open it.
The linux Q3A FAQ is here and the RTCW FAQ is here.
For the mouse you need to edit /etc/X11/XF86Config-4 to get all seven buttons working you need to change the "pointer" section to something like this,