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when the game is installed and starts up
everying works quite well!
What does not
- sometimes sound seems to be a little bit bumpy, but this could also be related to Pulsaudio
- I use a Nvidia GT8800 512MB!If the graphic settings have the value "very high" the performance goes down
What was not tested
to get the game working I had to:
- obtain a native version of the "dbghelp.dll" library and set the values in wineconfig to native(Windows)
- check if the file:
exists and check it for this configuration:
"Failed to initalize Direct X"
by Lukas Tenbrink on Monday October 11th 2010, 11:40
I'm still not getting this to work.
I am using Winebottler for Mac. After I installed Anno1404, I applied winetrick "d3dx9", and then tried to override "dbghelp". So I started winecfg, and a window popped up. I witched to the tab "Libraries" (Thats how it looks like in Winebottler) and searched for existing overrides. As there was none, I created a new one "dbghelp", and edited it to be "Native(Windows)".
This didn't work, as well as typing "dbghelp.dll".
Tried on Gentoo x64.
by Stefan Weiser on Thursday August 19th 2010, 10:44
I tried it on Gentoo x64 with different wine versions (1.1.44, 1.1.27, 1.2.0, 1.3.0). Everytime the same result. I see a brown screen with the hourglass mouse cursor and on terminal it repeats the following:
fixme:d3d_shader:shader_arb_load_np2fixup_constants Nonexistent texture is flagged for NP2 texcoord fixup
fixme:d3d:context_check_fbo_status FBO status GL_FRAMEBUFFER_INCOMPLETE_ATTACHMENT (0x8cd6)
fixme:d3d:context_check_fbo_status Location SFLAG_INTEXTURE (0x40).
fixme:d3d:context_check_fbo_status Color attachment 0: (0x5060368) WINED3DFMT_R16_FLOAT 2048x2048
fixme:d3d:context_check_fbo_status Depth attachment: (0x5031a78) WINED3DFMT_D24_UNORM_S8_UINT 2048x2048
err:d3d:device_clear_render_targets >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> GL_INVALID_FRAMEBUFFER_OPERATION (0x506) from glClear @ /var/tmp/portage/app-emulation/wine-1.3.0/work/wine-1.3.0/dlls/wined3d/device.c / 763
I use vanilla kernel 220.127.116.11 with KMS for my Radeon HD3870 and Mesa 7.8.2. No fglrx. Direct rendering is enabled. I set the DirectX version to 9 in Engine.ini and disabled intro videos by defining a local folder.
by Jannik H. on Saturday June 5th 2010, 13:46
Thanks to the instructions here, I managed to get it working by overriding dbghelp and editing Engine.ini. But it's unplayable slow. I get maybe 5-10 fps even with lowest settings. I think it should run smoother with GeForce 7600 GS gfx card and Athlon 3000+ processor. Any tips?
Things i've already done: winetricks d3dx9, regedit->DirectDrawRenderer OpenGL
by Manu on Saturday February 6th 2010, 14:17
I have a new problem,
after my (offline) profile crashed the secound time, I decided to play online, so I wanted to create a online-profile, but Anno inside wine 1.1.35 tells me: my account-data is wrong.
And after I updated to 1.1.38 anno crashs when I start to create a online-profile.
Here's my AnnoCrash.log (with the 2 lines of german-code translated into english :P):
Anno not starting
by Tobias F. on Saturday October 10th 2009, 6:37
Used fresh 1.1.30 wine install on Ubuntu with ATI Graphics.
Installed DirectX9 from winetricks, set gbdhelp.dll to NATIVE(Windows) and added following registry keys:
But all I get when starting the game is:
fixme:ntoskrnl:KeInitializeTimerEx stub: 0x113fc8 0
fixme:font:WineEngAddFontResourceEx Ignoring flags 10
fixme:system:SystemParametersInfoW Unimplemented action: 59 (SPI_SETSTICKYKEYS)
fixme:system:SystemParametersInfoW Unimplemented action: 51 (SPI_SETFILTERKEYS)
fixme:cursor:CURSORICON_CreateIconFromANI Loading all frames for .ani cursors not implemented.
.... a lot of them ....
fixme:dbghelp:MiniDumpWriteDump NIY MiniDumpScanMemory
Excluding module: C:\Program Files\Ubisoft\Related Designs\ANNO 1404\Anno4.exe
Excluding module: C:\windows\system32\ntdll.dll
Excluding module: C:\windows\system32\KERNEL32.dll
Excluding module: C:\windows\system32\ws2_32.dll
.... and here a long list of "excluding module"
Installing & Nvidia GT8800 - observations
by Steve De Caux on Wednesday July 22nd 2009, 3:22
Hi everybody, just like to add a couple of comments...
- clean install of wine, winetricks install DX9
instead of just running setup.exe, I entered
> WINEDLLOVERRIDES="mscoree=" wine setup.exe
-> this prevents the directx install from taking forever
2. graphics setup for GT8800
2.1 regedit - see wiki.winehq.org/UsefulRegistryKeys 2.1.1 DirectDrawRenderer set to opengl - speeds the graphics up considerably
2.1.2 OffscreenrenderingMode has to be set to fbo (if entered - fbo is the default) - backbuffer messes up the fog of war and the minimap display, pbuffer causes crash
2.1.3 VideoMemorySize - I normally set this, but seems to make no difference to Anno 1404, because it creates BenchMark.xml (in install directory) as it installs & uses the values recorded there - you can run tools/Benchmark.exe from install dir to redo it.
2.2 Anno 1404 Options-Graphics
- the install sets graphics to medium for the GT8800
set Shadow Quality off - if I don't, the overall display is darker and the yellows seem to be missing
2.3 graphic artifacts - any help greatfully recieved
- the warehouse menu doesn't display the items, fill bar, and amounts aligned correctly. Same for each of the production buildings. This is a bit annoying, as it's hard to read the tonnage amounts due to superimposed borders.
- the shipyard menu has a mis-alignment between the build-completion 'clock' and the inner ship selection. No big deal.
Longest continuous play so far was 6 hours, by the end of that time the game was stuttering noticably, but subsequent reload (next day) solved the problem.
I have not had any crashes or lock-ups yet, so it looks like pure gold under wine, IMHO !
Error - Please Help
by Christian Schlotter on Saturday July 18th 2009, 5:15
I get an error while starting anno.
I set the dgbhelp.dll to native and didnt do any other things.
Direct X had been installed while installing Anno automaticily.
I'm trying to run it at an fresh install of Ubuntu 9.04 and Wine 1.25.
"fixme:winmm:MMDRV_Exit Closing while ll-driver open"