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I am running counter-strike under winex cvs source. but none of the textures seem to load correctly. Is there any special config i should be running? I am running a Geforce 4 MX440 with the latest nvidia drivers off the nvidia website.
I am having the same problems too. I am using mandrake 9.1 and winex. I have a p4 1.9 GHz with intel d850mv mobo and a geforce 4 5600 fx 256MB graphics card. I have character model textures, but I don't have map textures. It is like the walls are white or greyish. Everything else works flawless like the sound and the frames per second. I don't know whats wrong.
I compiled winex using a script from http://ting.homeunix.org/ which uses pthreads for compiling. If anybody can help us I would sure appreciate it.
Have you guys changed the video options in Counter-Strike >> Config Menu?. The most compatible to use should be OpenGL, which is Linux standard. Perhaps software rendering or DirectX would give those problems with textures... Just a wild guess here...
in the half-life config insert a line:
it is probably already in the config as:
this should fix your problem, and if it doesn't then there is really nothing else you can do..people frequently have problems using the cvs version of winex, and one thing i can leave you with is that cs runs flawlessly on the regular version of wine, meaning winex is not needed to run cs.
DrOzz, I have been trying to sort out my problem with no texturing in CS.
I have looked for gl_ztrick but the ones I have changed to 0 have not done anything. Where should the half life config file be? I grepped the half-life folder, and found a number of matches, but i dont' seem to be able to sort out the problem.
I think that is your problem, especially since you are using nvidia. It isn't hard to recompile winex anyway. It just takes a while, but its worth it when you finally see your textures. I had the same problem before. I uninstalled the nvidia gfx drivers, and reinstalled like I showed above. Then recompiled wine and w inex. Now I can play counter-strike through either wine or winex and get textures.