things that run under fresh CVS wine rebuilt nearly every day,
and considerably well, while not perfectly:
Jedi Knight 2
Return to Castle Wolfenstein
couple other games... forgot, since i don't play them
Winamp & lots of plugins, very nice OpenGL visuals
Norton Ghost Explorer
Media Player (the crummy old one)
the Windows 98 Control Panel... wine "C:\Windows\Rundll32.exe" -- C:\\Windows\\System\\shell32.dll,Control_RunDLL
hence it is NOT USELESS!!!
and a lot of the errors I get that keep me from running twice as many apps are due to my lack of a very sharp configuration.
in case anyone cares, here's the autopilot wine builder, which assumes you have a wine source snapshot, extracted into /usr/src/wine, the CVS dirs extracted into the source, and CVS installed for updating
echo "Started total WINE rebuild/update at:" >> ~/winetime && clock >> ~/winetime
cvs update -PAd
./configure --with-x --with-opengl --with-curses --enable-win16 --prefix=/opt/wine
echo "Finished total WINE rebuild/update at:" >> ~/winetime && clock >> ~/winetime
edit the configure options as necessary... then put it in a text file, /bin/newwine over here. then
chmod +x /bin/newwine
put /opt/wine/bin in your PATH, in /etc/profile... and lastly,
echo "/opt/wine/lib" >> /etc/ld.so.conf
logout and back in to refresh the environment. all that must be done only once. as many times as you want the good stuff, type newwine on the prompt, type "cvs" for a password, and watch it go!! (anyone know a proper way to track the passage of time during execution of a command?) it's "time", it works great. "time make depend all install"