HOWTO install Condor and get dedicated server working (1.1.12)
I suggest a clean WINEPREFIX for Condor, just use an "WINEPREFIX=~/wine_condor/ wine some.exe" instead of "wine some.exe"
Now open up some Terminal/Shell/bash/whatsoever and cd to the directory the Condor-Setup is in. For example, if it is on your Desktop, type "cd ~/Desktop".
Run Setup with wine: "WINEPREFIX=~/wine_condor/ wine CondorSetup.exe".
Follow the Instruction on the screen.
Once you've got Condor installed, you have to set wine up:
Copy "d3dxof.dll" and the Content of this archive to your system32 folder. Since you use a different WINEPREFIX, you'll find it here: "~/wine_condor/drive_c/windows/system32". Namely, you have to copy these 6 files: "d3dxof.dll", "dplaysvr.exe", "dplayx.dll", "dpnet.dll", "dpnhpast.dll" and "dpwsockx.dll"!
Now open up "winecfg", remember your WINEPREFIX: "WINEPREFIX=~/wine_condor/ winecfg":
I suggest using a virtual Desktop for this: Go to "graphics" tab, check the box, thats it!
Now go to "libraries", add "d3dxof.dll", "dplayx.dll", "dpnhpast.dll", "dpwsockx.dll" and "dpnet.dll". It should look like this: http://tinyurl.com/8tzeay
Click OK to confirm your changes.
Now you'll have to register dpnet. To do this, run: "WINEPREFIX=~/wine_condor wine regsvr32 dpnet.dll". If this fails, please check library overrides again. If it still does not work, just ask here.
Now you're ready to run Condor!
cd to Condor folder: "cd ~/wine_condor/dri[TAB]/Pro[TAB]/Con[TAB]/" should do the Job. (full path would be: "cd ~/wine_condor/drive_c/Program\ Files/Condor/")
Start Condor by typing: "WINEPREFIX=~/wine_condor/ wine Condor.exe" or the dedicated server via "WINEPREFIX=~/wine_condor/ wine CondorDedicated.exe".
Of course you can create a simple bash-script or shortcut, just keep in mind to cd first!
HOWTO : Get NMEA-output working
To connect a nmea-compatible device, first open up "system.reg" in your favorite editor. (Usually in "~/.wine/")
Paste the following lines somewhere in the file, e.g. at the end:
< Add more here if needed >
Now close your editor and start "Condor.exe"
In Options menu, check "Enable NMEA-output" and choose your COM-port. Connect your device to the serial port
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Kicked from the server
by Andrea G. on Monday April 2nd 2012, 5:18
Hi all, I have installed Condor in Ubuntu 11.10 and patched to version 1.1.5 but when i start multyplayer and i try to join a Server, it kick me out because it detect an modified Condor.exe.
But i have an original copy license and if i try to join a server in windows (i have a dual boot PC with windows and ubuntu) it works.
What did i do wrong?
RE: winedbg by John Haywards on
Sunday January 11th 2009, 5:17
RE: winedbg by Pekka Rinne on
Sunday January 11th 2009, 15:39
RE: winedbg by John Haywards on
Sunday January 11th 2009, 15:43
Still no success with joystick
by Jyge on Wednesday December 3rd 2008, 12:13
Eveything else is ok but I am not getting my joystick to run with Condor. I have now just d3dox.dll and dpnet.dll overrides but no go. The setup screen won't go to edit input dialogue so I can not really assign anything...