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  1. Sorry but that's an old post. wow sry i wondered why this had this many diggs, didn't read the RC1 though
  2. i already posted in some other topic about MTA not working in wine, look here: http://forum.multitheftauto.com/viewtop ... 89&t=24431 It seems that there's a problem with wine's user32.dll but I'm not a dev so I can't figure out the solution.
  3. sry for dubble post, but I think I'd update the status of MTA:SA+wine/linux... which sadly hasn't changed since last post. now on wine 1.1.22 and r943 the core.log still says there's some problem with user32.dll ** -- Unhandled exception -- ** Time = Sat May 23 21:46:26 2009 Module = C:\windows\system32\user32.dll Code = 0xC0000005 Offset = 0x7ED0215E EAX=000010D7 EBX=7ED69FF4 ECX=00000003 EDX=B80085E0 ESI=00000000 EDI=00000000 EBP=0177EF1C ESP=0177EEF4 EIP=7ED0215E FLG=00010246 CS=0073 DS=007B SS=007B ES=007B FS=0033 GS=003B
  4. Hiding the fixme messages does not fix them I think. This is because MTA does not find the GTA:SA directory, normaly located at "C:\Program Files\Rockstar Games\GTA San Andreas". You must have GTA:SA singleplayer installed in the same wine prefix (e.g. ~/.wine) as MTA. I hope I could help at least a little bit. PS: I tested again with r805, the **** user32.dll crash stays.
  5. I also tried MTA:SA nightly in wine 1.1.19/Ubuntu 8.10/Nvidia driver 180.11 from repos. This is what I did: Downloaded latest nightly build (mtasadm-1.0-r656.exe) and installed without problems into an existing wineprefix with San Andreas installed* Downloaded the dependencies (multitheftauto_data-r636.exe) and installed Unpacked resources multitheftauto_resources-r129.zip (which are apparently not needed) *San Andreas singleplayer itself works like a charm This is the output it gave me: $ wine 'Multi Theft Auto.exe' fixme:actctx:parse_depend_manifests Could not find dependent ass
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