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I am just curious if anyone has ever had Half-life Team fortress classic, and StarCraft. Work on their red hat 7.3 computers. I am running KDE and like i said before red hat 7.3. If you have done this can you please tell me how? Thank you very much.
team fortress has a 95% success working status as does counter-strike when running these games under wine .
and as of starcraft this is also know to run with wine and this is how your going to have to get these games working if you wish to play them with linux...so go do some reading about wine, if you dont' know what it is and what it does, and i'd advise searching this fourm for wine related threads as this is a question that comes up pretty frequently...
ya i got winex and installed it and all the only problem now is that i dont know how to mount my cdrom. I am using Red Hat 7.3 anyone know the command? please help =D i found out where the command is but i cant open up the file it is in how do i open up text files while in a terminal?
oh and use a text editor to open files in the terminal, such as vi, emacs, joe, pico
you may not have all these installed, but you will at least have emacs and vi probably and if you have pine installed you will have pico.