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Installation via Steam
Launching the game from Steam
Playing the Game on a local server (fps sub-optimal)
What does not
Mouse (without raw3 patch)
What was not tested
Any solutions related to sound.
Playing on a multiplayer server
tested from a totally clean wineprefix @ winver xp, and I removed the runonce section of .../steamapps/common/brink/installscript.vdf, so the msvc/directx redists would not be installed when launching the game from steam.
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About the sound
by Jean-Michel on Saturday June 1st 2013, 21:53
I recently made a 32-bit wineprefix for Terraria so now I have 2 steam clients installed, one for the 64-bit and one for the 32-bit prefix.
I have the retail version of Brink but it's associated with steam, so a short while ago I decided to try brink from the 32-bit prefix and I have sound, which doesn't happen on the 64-bit prefix. That's very strange, unfortunately the performance on 32-bit is crappy, it stutters all the time and is very unstable. Too bad.
2. the audio problem is xaudio related, winetricks xact_jun2010 makes the game instantly crash, all compnations of disabling mmdevapi, setting to win7, xp, setting the game to use openal instead of dsound never worked, and the existence of xaudio2_6.dll in system32 WILL make the game refuse to start.
skidrow installer may be busted
by Austin English on Thursday May 12th 2011, 23:01
For me, installing the skidrow version reports success (there's a complaint about a directx cab that can be ignored), but the crack isn't installed. Manually downloading and installing the crack works around it.