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NameFallout 2
VersionAll Versions
License Retail
URLhttp://www.interplay.com/fallo...
Votes 7
RatingPlatinum
Wine Version1.5.31
Maintainers of this version:
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Description

Before playing, make sure you patch the game immediately.

To download official patches and cool fanmade mods and fanmade patches, check out: No Mutants Allowed

If you are going to install the fanmade 1.05 patch (recommended), you will need to do some messing around renaming directories. See the Howto below.

Old test results
The test results for this version are very old, and as such they may not represent the current state of Wine. Please consider submitting a new test report.
Selected Test Results (selected in 'Test Results' table below)

What works
Everything works out of the box (Insallation, Patching). 


What does not
N/A


What was not tested
Playing the whole game and every single zone of the game.


Additional Comments

Nvidia Geforce 310M (bumblebee + nvidia blob)
4GB Ram
Intel Core i5 M460 2.53Ghz
Test Results
DistributionTest dateWine versionInstalls?Runs?RatingSubmitter
CurrentArch Linux x86_64May 27 20131.5.31 Yes Yes Platinum an anonymous user 
ShowArch Linux x86_64Oct 11 20121.5.14 Yes Yes Gold Serge Hooge 
ShowUbuntu 11.10 "Oneiric" i386 (+ variants like Kubuntu)Mar 07 20121.4-rc6 Yes Yes Platinum Luis Alvarado 
ShowUbuntu 11.04 "Natty" i386 (+ variants like Kubuntu)Aug 20 20111.3.26 Yes Yes Platinum dan 
ShowFedora 15 x86_64Jun 11 20111.3.20 Yes Yes Platinum an anonymous user 


Known bugs
Bug # Description Status Resolution Other apps affected
29736 Fallout 2 crashes at "Please Stand By" screen. UNCONFIRMED View

 
HOWTO

­­Min. requirements

  • Wine 1.0.1 (Wine >= 1.1.13 rec­ommended)
  • Fallout2 v. 1.02

­­Preparing

You must use a version of Wine that is 1.0.1 or newer. Versions of Wine before 1.1.13 are known to exhibit mouse-lag bug. There are a few really old versions that may work, but there's no reason not to try the newest tested version.

WARNING: Following tips are useful mainly for older Wine versions. Applying them is not nescessary.   

  • You can run winecfg and change few parameters.
  • To avoid slow fading in/out use "emulation a virtual desktop", or renice wine process later.
  • ALSA soundsystem may randomly crash wine with fallout games. Try choise OSS (works fine) or ARts (not tested).

Installation

Just mount CD with game and type wine /mnt/cdrom/SETUP.EXE. There no bugs, really. Select disk, path and type of installation (small, normal, full). Recommended choice full installation, but others variants also works.

Optionally you can also apply crack for fallout2.exe. The crack is known to work with multiple versions of Fallout 2 but just in case make a safety copy of fallout2.exe:

  • Download file fallout2patcher.c wget http://adb.cba.pl/downloads/fallout2patcher.c
  • Compile it with gcc fallout2patcher.c -o fallout2patcher
  • Copy fallout2patcher to your Fallout2 installation directory
  • Execute it with ./fallout2patcher

Playing

  • Run wine fallout2.exe and have fun with greatest postapocalyptic game.
  • To make the game go fullscreen open winecfg and uncheck the box for emulating a desktop.

Fanmade­ mods and patches

From prev. mainainer:

If you are going to install the 1.05 fanmade patch, which I recommend, you must first install the official 1.02 patch. Then, you're going to need to do some file renaming. Extract the 1.05 patch seperately, and then browse your Fallout 2 folder. Notice that the filenames in the Fallout 2 folder aren't exactly the same as those in the patch - the patch folder has different cases for some. Simply rename the ones in the fanmade patch to make them look like those in your Fallout 2 folder. Then overwrite them.

If you do it wrong, you will get "unable to save game" errors after starting the game. If you do it right, this won't happen.

Troubleshooting

  • An excellent Fallout 2 troubleshooting FAQ ­­http://www.nma-fallout.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=5061
  • If you get an error like "can't find/load text" check your .cfg file and make sure your cdrom is mounted
  • If the fade effects on the game menus etc. are slow, a possible fix is to run fallout2.exe at a lower priority than wineserver, e.g. wineserver -k; nice -n 5 wineserver -p; nice -n 20 wine fallout2.exe. For best results, try different nice values for wineserver.
  • If your are experiencing mouse lag, install some more recent Wine version. 
  • ­the high-res patch may need vcrun6 (winetricks vcrun6)
  • if your ingame cursor is sticking to an edge of the screen or is otherwise constrained try winecfg > add entry for FALLOUT2.EXE > under the Graphics tab un-tick 'Allow the window manager to control the windows'

 

The following comments are owned by whoever posted them. WineHQ is not responsible for what they say.

Restoration project 2.3.2
by DJ Dunn on Friday April 11th 2014, 0:44
i set overrides for all the dll's in the fallout folder, everything seems to work ok except... when the intro videos play and the mainscreen shows up the screen is black.

using restoration project 2.3.2

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