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Hello 2 all... I have Wine successfully compiled and running. I have installed the nvidia drivers for my graphics card and i works successfully with Tux Racer. So everything is ok but...............
Whenever I try to run a game or something else that requires OpenGL support, it sux. I looked at the ./configure part of automated wineinstall, and it was OK. But according 2 the "how to run half life with wine" guide, there must be a libopengl32.so file in /usr/local/lib or somewhere else... But I couldn't find it... So Wine didn't install the required parts of OpenGL. How can i install OpenGL support to Wine ? Thanx a lot...
Originally posted by _Master_ i dont think you can get more than 30-60 fps in Half life.. surelly i dont get it you could just search @ google. you will found about anything there
well the most you can get is 100fps and i get around ~80 with counter-strike through wine, so it is possible, and Tunix i would say you do have these files, so double check again, and look in both /usr/lib and /usr/lib/wine
Yeah, you get about 80 fps until someone else comes on your screen. Then when 3 or 4 more people come and bullets are flying you're down to under 30fps. Along with that 30fps comes a slow motion like feeling.
Im sure any counter-strike players that tried wine or winex know what I am talking about. This happens on the fastest computers.
If someone can post a link to a screenshot in iceworld with at least 20 people in the server, and at least a few enemies in the screen and your fps is over 70fps i will buy you a online drink