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Deus Ex 1.x



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NameDeus Ex
Version1.x
License  
URLhttp://www.planetdeusex.com/
Votes 1
RatingPlatinum
Wine Version1.4.1
Maintainers of this version:
Description
All versions of the Deus Ex game
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


What does not
Game seems to be crashing when quitting but it doesn't mean much.


What was not tested
Full playthrough


Additional Comments

Game seems to be messing with gamma values,  you need to run xgamma to adjust them or just adjust the brightness in-game (0.400000 works best for me).

Running this bash script
https://gist.github.com/Morgawr/4745392
will adjust the settings accordingly for OpenGL devices and will remove the audio problems setting a frame limit of 60 FPS
Test Results
DistributionTest dateWine versionInstalls?Runs?RatingSubmitter
CurrentDebian GNU/Linux 7.x "Wheezy" x86_64Feb 09 20131.5.22 Yes Yes Gold Morgawr 
ShowDebian GNU/Linux 7.x "Wheezy"Jul 29 20131.4.1 Yes Yes Platinum LaKoon 
ShowMac OS X 10.8 "Mountain Lion"May 19 20131.4.1 Yes Yes Gold Al Biheiri 
ShowUbuntu 12.04 "Precise" i386 (+ variants like Kubuntu)May 20 20121.5.4 Yes Yes Platinum Salomon Aquino 
ShowMac OS X 10.6 "Snow Leopard"Dec 28 20111.3.35 Yes Yes Gold Joe 


Known bugs
Bug # Description Status Resolution Other apps affected
29706 Multiple applications fail to install on drives with large amount of free disk space (MS Office 2000, Deus Ex) (GetDiskFreeSpaceEx() returns negative sizes) NEW View

 
HOWTO

Installation How To: Retail Version

This guide is written using Wine version 0.9.40.

  1. Install Wine
  2. Configure Wine. I tested using the ALSA driver.
  3. Run setup.exe. The default installation folder is C:\DeusEx. When the installer asks Select the components you wish to install, then deselect "DirectX".
  4. Download the game update and save it disk, for example to /tmp/DeusExMPPatch1112fm.exe. When the window appears click "Setup".x
  5. Launch the patch. In a terminal enter
    wine /tmp/DeusExMPPatch1112fm.exe
  6. Optional step: Remove the CD check at the start of the game, in a terminal enter
    /bin/echo -e ",s/^CdPath=.*/CdPath=..\\\\\/g\nwq" | ed -s "$HOME/.wine/drive_c/DeusEx/System/DeusEx.ini"
    The above command replaces "CdPath=D:" with "CdPath=../" in the DeusEx.ini file.
  7. Some CPUs can dynamically changes their clock speed as part of their power managment. This game was created before such CPUs existed. As a result you might experience strange gameplay speed when running the game on such processors. This is not a Wine specific bug. The best workaround is to disable dynamic clock speed and/or processor power management while you play the game. Note, simply changing the gamespeed with the "slomo" cheat is not a good solution as it will only mess up your game even more. Also, "slomo" does not work in multiplayer.
  8. Launch the game. In a terminal enter
    cd "$HOME/.wine/drive_c/DeusEx/System" && wine DeusEx.exe ; xgamma -gamma 1

Optional: The High Definition Texture Pack (HDTP) increases the graphics detail of some of the objects in the game, but some users find the using this enhancement makes the game too slow or loose audio synchronization. I suggest you play the game's introduction (from the game's main menu select "Play Intro") without this enhancement, noting how smoothly the animations play and how well synchronized the voices are to the mouths. After installing the HDTP, play the introduction again. You may notice the game is no longer smooth, and voices no longer synchronized. To uninstall the HDTP, you must completely uninstall the game, then re-install the game without the HDTP.

  1. Launch the game at least once before installing the HDTP.
  2. Download the HDTP and save it disk, for example to /tmp/HDTP-Release1.exe
  3. Launch the update. In a terminal enter
    wine /tmp/HDTP-Release1.exe
  4. Optional step: Remove the CD check at the start of a HDTP game, in a terminal enter
    /bin/echo -e ",s/^CdPath=.*/CdPath=..\\\\\/g\nwq" | ed -s "$HOME/.wine/drive_c/DeusEx/System/HDTP.ini"
    The above command replaces "CdPath=D:" with "CdPath=../" in the HDTP.ini file.
  5. Launch a HDTP game. In a terminal enter
    cd "$HOME/.wine/drive_c/DeusEx/System" && wine HDTP.exe QINI=C:/deusex/system/hdtp.ini USERINI=C:/deusex/system/hdtpuser.ini ; xgamma -gamma 1

Optional: Use the enhanced OpenGL render. This renderer contains a number of optimizations that should improve performance over the base UT 4.36 OpenGL renderer. It also contains a number of new options configurable in the [OpenGLDrv.OpenGLRenderDevice] section of your UnrealTournament.ini file. This renderer is not well tested. If you use this OpenGL renderer and test it against the default Direct3D renderer, please post your results below. To install

  1. Download the udate and save it disk, for example to /tmp/dxglr18.zip
  2. In a terminal enter
    unzip -x /tmp/dxglr18.zip
  3. In a terminal enter
    mv "$HOME/.wine/drive_c/DeusEx/System/OpenGLDrv.dll" "$HOME/.wine/drive_c/DeusEx/System/OpenGLDrv.dll.original" && mv /tmp/OpenGLDrv.dll "$HOME/.wine/drive_c/DeusEx/System"
  4. Configure the game to use this renderer. In a terminal enter
    touch "$HOME/.wine/drive_c/DeusEx/System/Running.ini
    Then start the game.
  5. A "Deus Ex Recovery Mode" window will appear. Click "Change your 3D video device". Select the radio button "Show all devices". Select "OpenGL Support". Click "Next", then "Next" again, then "Run".
  6. If the game does not render properly in full screen mode, try running the game in a Wine desktop window.
    • If you are not using the HDTP, in a terminal enter:
      cd "$HOME/.wine/drive_c/DeusEx/System" && wine explorer /desktop=Deus_Ex,1024x768 DeusEx.exe ; xgamma -gamma 1
    • If you are using the HDTP, in a terminal enter:
      cd "$HOME/.wine/drive_c/DeusEx/System" && wine explorer /desktop=Deus_Ex,1024x768 HDTP.exe QINI=C:/deusex/system/hdtp.ini USERINI=C:/deusex/system/hdtpuser.ini ; xgamma -gamma 1


 
WARNING

Using FBO as the ORM crashes with fglrx drivers

This is not a Wine bug, it is a fglrx bug.  Please do not open a bug for this, it will just be closed.

See the fglrx bug for more details, or check the HOWTO for this app for a workaround.

 

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Very easy way to fix everything
by Phlum on Wednesday October 3rd 2012, 11:22
There's a Windows program called Deus Exe that was meant to fix all problems with Deus Ex. All the issues people are having seem to be the same as the issues on Windows, so I'll link the tool here.

kentie.net/article/dxguide/

It also allows easy mod loading, which is lovely :D

Just dump all the files from the archive into your Deus Ex/System directory, and make sure DeusEx.exe has been replaced by the one from the archive. Sowted, san.

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Some screen trouble
by Simulman on Tuesday October 2nd 2012, 19:28
Hi,

Deus Ex runs just fine but... the screen seems to be flipped.
These 2 are actual screenshot from the game (taken using the * key) : i50.tinypic.com/bgbked.jpg & i49.tinypic.com/aetl3o.jpg

But what I really see is this: i45.tinypic.com/2wc4lyb.jpg & i45.tinypic.com/96ap1g.jpg

I'm running Ubuntu 12.04, my video card is an (OLD!) GeForce 6150SE nForce 430 with NVIDIA Video Driver 304.51.
I hope I've provided enough info so someone can help me.

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ubuntu 12.04; wine 1.4; sound dies
by nathaniel smith on Wednesday May 23rd 2012, 19:30
Deus Ex was working just fine; apparently something in a system update caused the sound to play terribly (staticy and sped up) or normally, but in both cases will cut out 30 seconds - 2 minutes into loading the game.

i ran winecfg; the driver is set to winealsa.drv. the test sound is also corrupted.

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Brightness
by das_Urmel on Tuesday August 16th 2011, 8:26
Hi,

I've got a problem adjusting the brightness on a Mac running DeusEx in Wine - it doesn't work from within the game and the system brightness is already maxed out. The xgamma doesn't do it either. I've looked around and found the tip:

www.codeweavers.com/compatibility/browse/?app_id=57;tips=1

but it doesn't work for me (I'm not running crossover). Is there anything similar i could do?

Thanks in advance for any help!

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cut-off voices
by lemming on Saturday July 2nd 2011, 6:04
I successfully installed Deus Ex in wine-1.3.23 along with dxglr20 and the 1112fm patch.
However, the voices were not fluent and sometimes cut off.
Setting `Latency` from 40 to 80 in the `Galaxy.GalaxyAudioSubsystem` section in `System/DeusEx.ini` solved the problem for me.

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working and graphics
by Zsolt on Tuesday June 14th 2011, 1:09
Now. First of all, i have Ati Mobility Radeon HD 2600, so other cards might have different troubles. Based on previous tries with other games for example WoW, it should be more than enough strong to run the game.

Experiances.

1. If I just simply run it on Wine (1.3 is the current one), the screen flashes, and I can't do a damn thing. As -for some wierd reasons- there is no alt+ctrl+del or something alike in Ubuntu, and -for some even more wierd reasons- there is no reset on my laptop, the only solution is turn it off/on.

2. If I run it Wine, but turn of the option that lets it control windows (in graphic tab), the screen is oke, and the game starts. But cant control it, because pushed keyboard buttons doesn't work in it. Intead it works outside of it. (For example, in one of my opened windows)

3. If I use alt+tab it sometimes crashes

4. If I use it in window mode, and on high resolution it crashes.

5. If I use it in window mode, but on low resolution (640*480 or 800*600), it works and if I continually push alt+tab I can move out the cursor, and turn off 'the control of windows' in Wine, than release alt+tab, and move the coursor back to the game it works. Finally it works. But...

6. If the game crashes, the nex time it starts it gives me a menü to change thing like graphics settings.

a.) Now, if I choose 'Direct rendering', the graphics is corrupted, and -in time- it will become ridiculously slow.

b.) If I choose software rendering, grapshics will be corrupted, though speed looks ok.

c.) Anything else will crash the game.

7. During the -now working- game If I alt+tab, and move the cursor out (for example to answer a massage in Pidgin), and move it back to play, many of the keyboard keys don't work. (I press "I" for Inventory and nothing happenes, etc.) But Esc does bring on the Menu, and going 'Back to the game' keys start working again.

Thats all folks!

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Experience
by ts on Sunday October 10th 2010, 11:18
The game runs fine on Wine 1.0.1, Debian Squeeze, had to do few things though:

1) The application didn't work in xmonad, tiling window manager. Solved this by running other WM (fluxbox) on second X server.

2) Encoutered the shifted-screen issue on 1024x768 resolution described somewhere above. Solved by unchecking "Allow the window manager to control windows" option in winecfg.

3) Sometimes, sound stopped to work and I had to exit and re-run the game (pretty annoying). This can be apparently fixed by setting "DirectSound Hardware acceleration" option in winecfg to "Emulation". This occasionaly produces minor sound glitches, but still much better than having to restart the game every once in a while.

With this configuration, the game runs great (well, twice it locked up the computer so that i had to reboot it, but i'm not sure wine is to blame here). The only thing that does not work I think are the small screenshots displayed in the "load game" menu.

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ATI + Deus Ex
by Long John on Sunday June 6th 2010, 15:00
Posting this to save some other poor souls days of their time.

I'm running Deus Ex on lucid, latest wine and an ATI gfx card with fgrlx.

I had the problem of cut-off voices/speach, and the schedtool fix wasn't working. Apparently the fps varied too much, jumping between 120 and up, bringing the voice and speed of the game out of sync. What helped was limiting the fps with FrameRateLimit=x in the DeusEx.ini file in the appropriate section (OpenGL for instance). However, this command only works with the updated opengl libraries which you can get from www.cwdohnal.com/utglr/ .

His new DirectDraw didn't work for me, probably related to fgrlx. dxglr19 gives me a black screen, but dxglr20 works perfectly! Limit your framerate to whatever you want. You can check whether it works by typing stat fps in the console, which you can bring up by binding a key to 'talk' in the User.ini file (for instance T=talk). Remember to remove Say before giving any console commands.

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To anyone having problems with Dual-Core and Deus Ex.
by Aaron Bianchi on Tuesday April 27th 2010, 18:36
Here is the fix that leeched 30 minutes of my time.

Make sure you have "schedtool" installed first then run this command

schedtool -a 0 -e wine "/path/to/deusex.exe"

And voila no more skipping. Have fun!

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Gameplay video
by Jake ward on Friday March 19th 2010, 3:19
www.youtube.com/watch?v=8Xb6fzjS6jg&feature=player_embedded

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hdtp.ini stops keyboard from working
by wilbefast on Saturday March 13th 2010, 10:47
I'm using Ubuntu 9.04 with wine 1.1.37, and I've followed all the steps to install DeusEx and the HDTP. The former works perfectly, but whenever I run HDTP.exe it's either exactly the same as DeusEx.exe (if I don't use "AINI=C:/deusex/system/hdtp.ini") or the keyboard doesn't work:

--COMMAND--
cd "$HOME/.wine/dosdevices/c:/Program Files/DeusEx/System" && wine HDTP.exe QINI=C:/deusex/system/hdtp.ini USERINI=C:/deusex/system/hdtpuser.ini ; xgamma -gamma 1

--RESULT--
fixme:process:GetProcessWorkingSetSize (0xffffffff,0x32f394,0x32f38c): stub
fixme:win:EnumDisplayDevicesW ((null),0,0x32c7e4,0x00000000), stub!
err:ddraw:PixelFormat_DD2WineD3D 16 bit RGB Pixel format does not match
err:ddraw:PixelFormat_DD2WineD3D 32 bit RGB pixel format does not match
err:ddraw:PixelFormat_DD2WineD3D Invalid dwRGBBitCount in Pixelformat structure
err:ddraw:PixelFormat_DD2WineD3D Invalid dwRGBBitCount in Pixelformat structure
err:ddraw:PixelFormat_DD2WineD3D Invalid dwRGBBitCount in Pixelformat structure
fixme:keyboard:RegisterHotKey (0x2003c,49243,0x00000001,27): stub
err:ole:CoGetClassObject class {92fa2c24-253c-11d2-90fb-006008a1f441} not registered
err:ole:CoGetClassObject no class object {92fa2c24-253c-11d2-90fb-006008a1f441} could be created for context 0x1
err:ole:CoGetClassObject class {d8f1eee0-f634-11cf-8700-00a0245d918b} not registered
err:ole:CoGetClassObject no class object {d8f1eee0-f634-11cf-8700-00a0245d918b} could be created for context 0x1
fixme:dsalsa:IDsDriverBufferImpl_SetVolumePan (0x1de588,0x1de488): stub
fixme:dsalsa:IDsDriverBufferImpl_SetVolumePan (0x21f950,0x21f850): stub
fixme:keyboard:UnregisterHotKey (0x2003c,49243): stub
-> Red 1.000, Green 1.000, Blue 1.000

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Framerate limiting...
by Charles Huber on Saturday January 23rd 2010, 16:38
When using the new OpenGL plugin, changing the following option seems to help far more with evening out the in-game framerate than altering the CPU frequency scaling or processor affinity (taskset/schedtool):

In DeusEx.ini:
[OpenGLDrv.OpenGLRenderDevice]
...
FrameRateLimit=60
...


If you want to show your current framerate, just hit 't' in-game and erase the "Say". Then enter "stat fps".

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1.1.23 breaks Deus-Ex
by Plüss Roland on Sunday June 14th 2009, 10:04
When you try to start the game a fatal engine error happens ( general protection fault ). The logs tell nothing except the failure happening somewhere in the UWindowsClient or alike class. It doesn't matter which which graphic driver I try it always crashes at this point.

Downgrading to 1.1.22 makes the game working again.

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Sound problem
by david lachance on Friday November 21st 2008, 20:35
Hello

I installed Deus ex 112 with wine 101 on my debian lenny,the install,launch of the game and play worked fine.The problem is when i stopped my computer and try to reload my game the day after the sound is not here!!!
I launch the game the music is on , the bips from the menu are here but no in game sound.
Please help me i love that game so much!!!

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fullscreen problem
by tribunal on Friday June 27th 2008, 2:31
Hi all!
version: 1.0
Everything is ok in desktop mode, but in fullscreen mode DeusEx starts and... I still see Kicker, I loose control, but I see picture, I can hear music...
in other apps, like Disciples II or Arcanum, everything is ok :(

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Can't fix the run too fast cpu scaling problem
by luke on Monday June 23rd 2008, 21:08
I tried stopping powernowd to disable cpu scaling (I don't even think that is doing anything, as it says that cpu scaling is not supported when I start it back up again) as stated in the cedega link in the wine how-to, and I tried using schedtool to set the affinity to only one cpu core, neither of which worked. Does anyone know of any other ways to stop the game from speeding up? Also, what is the command (using "talk" to get to the console) to show fps?

I have an amdx2 5k+

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Segmentation Fault
by Egon Boiffard on Friday June 6th 2008, 4:06
I'm trying to run Deus Ex under Wine 1.0-rc3 (amd64) and it works good with no graphics acceleration. But when I try to activate the OpenGL it crashes (Segmentation Fault) just a second after it loads the splash screen, and it shows no info at all. The latest Nvidia property drivers are installed and running.

I'm using Ubuntu Studio 8.04. (Could be the real time (rt) kernel the problem?) I've tried downgrading to Wine 1.0-rc1 and it's the same.

Could anyone help? Thank you very much.

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Deus Ex fails to work at all with 0.9.54
by Samir Benahmed on Saturday January 26th 2008, 9:35
I've tried running the game on OpenSUSE 10.3 x86 with 0.9.54 and with every renderer the game fails to load and I get a General Protection Fault. Any ideas on this would be greatly appreciated.

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patch link
by dylan deziel on Saturday December 22nd 2007, 18:55
The download link should be changed to something that doesn't require registration, something like :
www.download.com/Deus-Ex-SDK-1-1112fm-patch/3000-7539_4-10229462.html?tag=lst-3

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by everett on Thursday December 6th 2007, 20:28
Thank you for the suggestion, but it's even worse with 0.9.50. Now I get a general protection fault upon launch, when it looks for 3D drivers...

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  • RE: by everett on Thursday December 6th 2007, 20:30
General Protection Fault
by Nicholas Lee on Friday November 2nd 2007, 13:50
Gutsy with .46 here.

DX runs fine for a limited time. It crashes with a "General Protection Fault" error. I'm going to try re-installing DX.

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Color depth is changed when game starts
by Skiski on Monday September 24th 2007, 15:13
Hi,

The game runs pretty well, but when I lauch it, the color of the screen change, like if it only had 256 colors.

Once I quite the game, if I use Direct3D, the colors stay that way and I have to lauch nvidia-settings to make them "normal".
If I use opengl, everything comes back after the game exit, but wine produce the following "critical error" in the "windows desktop":
Asserted failed: wglDeleteContext(m_hRC)[File:\OpenGL.cpp][Line:2562]

History: UOpenGLRenderDevice::UnsetRes

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Saving a game
by D4rky on Sunday September 16th 2007, 7:50
While trying to save a game, everything glitches and there's no way to come back to the system (except Alt+SysRQ+E of course). It also happened once while trying to run RedSun 2020 mod, but I dunno if this is happening more often (I gave up after trying to save)

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Dealing with SafeDisc
by Jack on Monday June 18th 2007, 16:02
This doesn't completely remove the CD-checking, but it does make it something that Wine can handle (as opposed to SafeDisc). Download the 1.112fm multiplayer patch, run it and install it. I found that the patch applied even though I should've had the most recent version to begin with and the new version had a CD check wine could deal with.

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deleted screenshots and notes
by Michael Ploujnikov on Monday May 14th 2007, 16:42
If you would like any of the deleted screenshots/notes to show up in this game's appdb entry, please re-submit them.

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Deux Ex upon starting renders the screen completely black
by Gian Paolo Mureddu on Monday April 2nd 2007, 20:42
I don't know what might be happening, but upon launching Deus Ex (and it doesn't matter if it is in a WineDesktop window or fullscreen) the screen goes completely black and even though exiting the game blindly (pressing esc, press up enter and enter again, so the game exits) the screen remains black. Ctr+C on the console the game was launched from only returns the mouse pointer, nothing more on the screen is visible, I can "return" my screen to normal when running nvidia-settings (again blindly) from the command line the game was launched from.

System:

Fedora Core 6 x86_64

kernel 2.6.20 stock.

NVIDIA driver 1.0-9755

Wine version 0.9.32 (latest Fedora release)

This problem has been happening for some time now, and I have been unable to pinpoint the reason why this is so. Other games run just fine and have no apparent problems. Any suggestions?

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Works fine - Edgy + wine 0.9.30
by frogzoo on Saturday February 3rd 2007, 3:38
A few gotchas:

Select OpenGL as renderer (note: game defaults to DirectX).

Patch the game to 1.112f or OpenGL won't run.

If you use Gnome, and have panels set to autohide if the keyboard won't work in game, disable the panel's autohide function.

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sound problem
by slimani sami on Saturday January 20th 2007, 7:05
Everything seems working with the new wine version exepted the sound, i have a delay (1 or 2s) between the sound and the video, do i need some hack/patch to make it synchronize?

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"Microsoft Visual C++ runtime error"
by Gian Paolo Mureddu on Sunday September 17th 2006, 4:17
I get a window with this title after starting the game and just before the "DE" logo appears. The music keeps playing, but the animation stops. This happens with the OpenGL renderer. I have not yet tried the D3D renderer yet. nvidia graphics with latest driver and latets stable Fedora kernel.

Wine 0.9.20, Fedora Core x86_64, DeusEx with latest patch. Help?

I'll provide more details as time permits.

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  • RE: by Gian Paolo Mureddu on Sunday September 17th 2006, 15:00
    • RE: by Lukasz Hejnak on Friday December 15th 2006, 6:24

by Patrick Thomson on Wednesday August 2nd 2006, 9:47
wine version 0.9.18
When I start deus ex, it exits immediately with the following error - it should not be rated platinum if it will not work!


err:module:import_dll Library ntoskrnl.exe (which is needed by L"C:\\windows\\system32\\drivers\\SECDRV.SYS") not found
err:module:LdrInitializeThunk Main exe initialization for L"C:\\windows\\system32\\drivers\\SECDRV.SYS" failed, status c0000135
err:module:import_dll Library ntoskrnl.exe (which is needed by L"C:\\windows\\system32\\drivers\\SECDRV.SYS") not found
err:module:LdrInitializeThunk Main exe initialization for L"C:\\windows\\system32\\drivers\\SECDRV.SYS" failed, status c0000135

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  • RE: by killertux on Wednesday August 2nd 2006, 10:12
    • RE: by Patrick Thomson on Wednesday August 2nd 2006, 11:48
    • RE: by Sami Hoppula on Friday August 11th 2006, 7:49
      • RE: by Patrick Thomson on Friday August 11th 2006, 17:32
My "success'
by jeff on Tuesday June 20th 2006, 16:27
The game installs and plays, including mouse control, but no fullscreen.

The biggest problem is that the game tends to disconnect from the controls at random times. There are no specific movements, or keypresses that trigger the bug, it just happens randomly (anywhere from about 3 seconds after loading a saved game to an hour or more). The only way to "fix" it is to kill the game/wine.

Also there's a wierd bug where starting the game makes the rest of my screen brighter, which happens with other games, in Linux and Windows, but here, it doesn't go away after closing the game.

Wine version 0.9.15, Ubuntu 6.06, Athalon 64 and a Geforce 7900gt with the nvidia drivers.

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