RealPlayer 10 was the media player to replace RealOne player (which is also known as RealPlayer 9). It includes some extra features and GUI improvements. There are three varients: Free, Pro, and SuperPass Premium.
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)
Everything that came to mind, but it is not 100% performance wise. Played movies and music works but takes a lot of CPU time. No crash on install but the ole32.dll had to be over ridden.
What does not
What was not tested
Unsure about the performance on a slow computer I had a lot of power when I tested.
The program will crash after installation. Use winecfg and add realplay.exe (found under it's install directory) as one of the listed apps. Set the Windows version to XP, and set a DLL override for ole32.dll.
The program should run the best it currently does. No matter what Windows version is set, it won't change performance. A recent machine should be used to run the program, as it has some high performance requirements, and it's laggy to begin with right now.
Installing this over any previous RealPlayer installations (or before downgrading) will render older versions will keep older RealPlayer versions from functioning properly. Create a separate WINE directory to keep it from ruining your main one. This can be done by going to your home directory and renaming the current .wine folder to .wine_backup, then using the wineprefixcreate command in a terminal to make a fresh directory. You can use your old directory again by deleting the one for RealPlayer, and renaming your old directory .wine again.