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Installer, with workarounds.
There are a couple of things to do to get this demo installed and running but once it does attempt to load, it fails.
Install mono 1.2 with: "winetricks mono12"
It will refuse to run at first due to modified executable code, but this has
been fixed by the developers and the fixed exe is here:
Named XP64-2K3 because it wouldn't work with those (or Wine), not because it is
a 64-bit executable.
It also needs various native DLLs to run, and UseGLSL set to enabled to work.
Once it attempts to run, it displays the splash screen then crashes.
What does not
What was not tested
Playing the game.
This notes was updated: January, 5 - 2013
First of all, thank you for spending some time to help Wine to get better,
These are recommendations to make tests result more uniform and
targeted to include common information that will be useful to other
users of Wine.
First of all install the .NET Framework 2 and 3 via winetricks, to know more, click here.
To install .NET Framework type this commands on your console:
env WINEPREFIX="(your-prefix)" ./winetricks dotnet20 dotnet30
Now install your game like other normal software installed on wine. Then install the Unreal Tournament 3 Patch v2.1, download here and install into your prefix.
Then just run the game and everything should work fine.
For make Unreal Tournament 3 run better and without any problem, install Visual C Runtime libraries, to do that, download here and here and install-it.
After installing, create a file called vcrun.reg and put the following content:
Then run the follow command:
You can also install Visual C runtime libraries using winetricks, by typing:
To also make sure that everything will work fine, install the tahoma.ttf, arial.ttf, verdana.ttf and lucida.ttf font's on your prefix. You can do-it manually or using winetricks with the follow command:
This bug normally happens because of the Visual C Runtime, see the Tips section for more information.
This happens in alot of games if you dont set the size of RAM that you VideoCard has, use this registry key to set:
Change the 768 to the real ammount of RAM in MB that your VideoCard has.
This bug is related to Steam in-game overlay, to solve, add a entry on winecfg libaries section called gameoverlayrenderer and set to disabled.
Note: These problems don't
affect the newest versions of wine, it's only here for precaution, if
you have any of these bug's maybe you should upgrade your wine version.
This happens because the Mouse Input of wine is not so good until now, you can solve adding this patch to registry:
The Mouse will not work into the menu, you gonna have to use the keyboard to walk into the Unreal menus.
Mouse is showing in the screen while playing (Only steam version).
This bug only happens with the Steam version, all the games into steam has this problem with old versions of wine/steam.
See more at bug #27779.
Mouse randomly jumps around menu or in game.
This is caused by implementation of mouse input in old versions of wine, to solve-it, you need to run the game in Windowed mode or into a Virtual Desktop.
UT3 Logo hangs indefinitely using 100% of cpu.
You can solve this problem by using the options -nomoviestartup and -onethread in the game executable. Newest version of wine don't have this bug.
The following comments are owned by whoever posted them. WineHQ is not responsible for what they say.
RE: mouse bug prevails! by Hew McLachlan on
Tuesday August 26th 2008, 8:42
RE: mouse bug prevails! by Artur hoOmE on
Tuesday December 13th 2011, 21:40