Must set windows version to Win NT 4.0 for this application.
-takes care of "non-existent pagefile error"
Must also use windowed mode
-takes care of lack of rendering of title screen
HOWTO - Multiplayer
Install directplay via winetricks, only worked for Patch #2 as of May-10-2011.
See http://wiki.winehq.org/DirectPlayGames for additional install information.
HOWTO - Multiplayer
IPX (Original CD, Patch #2 and 3 see Patch #2 or #3 to use dplay)
-Can recompile kernel with IPX support https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Kernel/Compile
-Can use ipxtunnel (ports used are UDP 6073, 2302) http://www.linux.org/docs//ldp/howto/IPX-HOWTO-15.html
Note: This has been fixed in recent versions of wine.
I have coded a small program to fix a bug in Wine which causes an error message on launch, by changing a 1 value in the header of the main program executable.
To use it, open a terminal and cd to the install directory, so something like:
then download this program by entering:
then to fix your game executable (assuming it is called sacrifice.exe):
wine pe.exe sacrifice.exe
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by Wojtek Dziewiecki on Saturday June 22nd 2013, 12:02
Did someone really manage to get multiplayer working here? I have patch #3 and a tool called ipxtunnel on both computers, ipxtunnel.conf is like this:
by Stanislaw Gackowski on Wednesday July 6th 2011, 15:25
I've got a question - is installing dplay enough for multiplayer for everybody? I've got the GOG version, and even after entering the CD key, I still can't access the other menus. All I get is the Local game. Does it need anything else?
Insufficient pagefile space
by Jeff Layton on Saturday March 22nd 2008, 16:08
I'd love to play this game again, but whenever I try to start it, I get an error dialog about insufficient pagefile space and the game refuses to run. Does anyone know of a workaround for this? Is there some way to fool the game into thinking I have a pagefile configured?