copy entropia folder from a Windows machine to wine directory
copy d3dx9_34.dll to entropia/bin32 folder
Multisampling : Enable
orm : fbo
rendertargetlockmode : auto
Useglsl : enable
ingame = all safemod
Fixing low shaders
The information below was taken from a user comment left on 2012-08-26; it may or may not be relevant to current Wine.
As many guides suggest it is possible to avoid the artefacts by setting
shaders to high. However, if your machine can not run the game with good
performance with them set that high there is a easy fix.
1. Set the shaders to High then apply and exit the game.
2. Navigate to "~/.wine/drive_c/Program Files/Entropia
Universe/public_users_data/public_users_data", or wherever you installed
3. Edit settings-ce.cfg with a text editor, for example gedit.
4. Find the following lines and change them to 0, or whatever is most appropriate for your system:
q_ShaderFX = 2
q_ShaderGeneral = 2
q_ShaderGlass = 2
q_ShaderHDR = 2
q_ShaderIce = 2
q_ShaderMetal = 2
q_ShaderPostProcess = 2
q_ShaderQualityDummy = 2
q_ShaderShadow = 2
q_ShaderSky = 2
q_ShaderTerrain = 2
q_ShaderVegetation = 2
q_ShaderWater = 2
You will now have artefact free graphics and much better
performance, you can set all the other settings however you like in
This method works because setting shaders to high in game changes a
few other settings, I have not nailed down which exactly causes the
artefacting, but until someone does more testing this should help.
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by DigitalWarri0r on Wednesday November 21st 2012, 3:58
Graphics are great, but regardless of what setting I put it on I get low FPS, like 12-15 fps.
16 GB Ram
So I should get more fps, shouldn't I?
I installed EU via POL. used the rc4-doublebuffer and installed directx as Dave explained on youtube.