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Wine version from Wine Deb Repo (version 1.1.22)
running in Windows XP mode
Steam Install Perfect.
Placed Retail CD Key from Unreal into Steam
Installed UT3 Via Steam (works)
Steam forced a DirectX Install to Wine
attempted to launch gets past splash screen and into the menu system, but couldn't see any options
Uninstalled wine and deleted windows directory (/home/user/.wine/drive_c/windows)
Results were the same
Bad performance and/or lags with wrong thread problems in Metro 2033 (Unreal Tournament 3, Counter Strike: Source, Metro 2033, Call of Duty 4, Left 4 Dead, Left 4 Dead 2, Final Fantasy XIV, Half-Life 2)
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Problem with launch
by Diablero on Monday August 23rd 2010, 4:19
Hi!When start game through steam or shortcut on desktop,game halt when push "launch" button, after 2-5 seconds and unreal logo becomes gray.In terminal i have "wine: Unhandled stack overflow at address 0x34c7a12 (thread 0044), starting debugger..." and no more.Close game with compulsory exit.Before that game start perfectly on wine 1.2 or wine 1.3,the problem has appeared suddenly.Tried to reinstall wine hasn't helped.May be somebody has solved a problem?Need help!
Athlon 64 3200+,GeForce6600GT,Audigy1,Ubuntu 10.04 lucid+wine 1.3 or 1.2
by Dan Nahmensen on Thursday January 14th 2010, 22:01
I downloaded UT3 via steam, but it kept locking up when i would input the cd key or get to the game. after many hours of working i found that pressing alt+enter switched the game from fullscreen to window mode, and the game came back to life. Hope this helps you.
ATI/AMD graphics card?
by James Scholes on Wednesday January 13th 2010, 16:17
I'm having little luck getting this to run with my Radeon HD 4870 on Ubuntu Karmic (64-bit), Intel Q9550, 4GB RAM. The new Catalyst 9.12 drivers have fixed a few niggles in other Steam games, but I'm getting stuck at the 'enter CD key' page.
It's displaying in the wrong resolution (I assume the 640x480 it was using for the videos), with no response from the mouse or keyboard.
I've tried most variants of the fixes mentioned in the threads below with no luck.
Has anyone managed to get it working on an ATI/AMD card?