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Everything, including IPX networked games.
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Modem / serial networking.
For IPX networking, the ipx package needs to be installed; then you need to run "ipx_interface add interface_name 802.2" as root.
In case the game does not run, and says something like "memory cannot be written", you need to run "wine makecfg.exe . ." - it just means the game has been moved and the config files need to be updated. Worked for me at least.
At first, make sure you have ipx in the kernel, or the kernel module "ipx" loaded and the ipx utilities (debian package ipx) installed.
now do as root:
ipx_interface add wlan0 802.2
when wlan0 is your network-interface you want to use.
now ipx-networking with wine should work.
Hit "E" and keep it pressed in the main menu, until the editor opens
If you receive the following message:
preloader: Warning: failed to reserve range 00000000-60000000 err:dosmem:setup_dos_mem Cannot use first megabyte for DOS address space, please report
You should follow the instruction on the Wine Wiki.
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vm86 mode is not supported
by Adrian Roman on Tuesday May 26th 2009, 14:13
In case you get an error saying vm86 mode is not supported, that probably means you're trying to run the 16bit executable on a 64bit OS. There are 2 executables that can be used to start the game, for me bm.exe works and bm95.exe doesn't.