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The only way it's going to run well is using WineX. Unfortunately, it's not open source. It's a custom version of Wine (which will probably technically run it, but not well) that's made specifically for games. http://www.transgaming.com/
There's an installer for Return to the Castle Wolfenstein to make it run natively under Linux. Google for RTCW Linux installer.
Although, I've finished that game under WineX and it run perfectly during the entire game
Distribution: Slackware 9.x, Knoppix, Damn Small Linux, RedHat.
I Tried to downloaded WineX from http://www.transgaming.com but
"You must be subscribed and logged in to access the page you requested." shows up, I think I need to pay, if you can give the full link, I will appreciate you.
Gentoo has released a cd bootable version, that requires no install to your computer. I haven't tried it myself (and on dial-up, I'm not likely to d/l the 368MB iso file), does anyone here know anything about it?
Originally posted by Cerbere Gentoo has released a cd bootable version, that requires no install to your computer. I haven't tried it myself (and on dial-up, I'm not likely to d/l the 368MB iso file), does anyone here know anything about it?