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Origin

This includes the current version of Origin. Since older binaries are no longer available once the install sources are updated, it makes no sense to maintain separate versions.

Application Details:

Version: Latest Release
License: Free to use
URL: http://www.origin.com/
Votes: 18
Latest Rating: Silver
Latest Wine Version Tested: 2.12

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Test Results

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What works

  • Buying games
  • Installing games
  • Origin In-game (some games, but not ME series)
  • Chat
  • Starting games and playing them
  • Buying things in-game

What does not

  • Installer (neither thin nor full setup) - has a workaround

Workarounds

What was not tested

Hardware tested

Graphics:

  • GPU:
  • Driver:
  • Additional Comments

    The workaround for installer: - Run the installer, wait until it'll finish installation, and actually throw an error about: the installer found some problems, please download the installer from the link. - Don't download anything else, run VM or use friend's\any other's Windows PC. - Install Origin there - Make a full copy of Origin folder. (Default is: C:/Program Files (x86)/Origin) - Place the copy to winebox/playonlinuxdrive, overwriting any files exist. - Run the Origin.exe - Check that everything works. Some good advises: - Make sure you uncheck all auto-update settings either Origin or Games. - Make sure you disabled Origin in-game, as i have few games in Origin thus couldn't tested all of them with this setting enabled. ME series are not working with Origin in-game (black screen) - Multiplayer sometimes go unstable, and Origin may crash from time to time, games that are tied to the Origin will exit without saving your progress. Be aware! Save often! My test rig is more than actual hardware so I don't know if this will work for any hardware\software configuration. I'm using custom NVIDIA driver (dl from official website). Haven't checked with standard Ubuntu drivers (MESA) nor with the NVIDIA drivers from Additional Hardware Utility. Hope this helps)

    selected in Test Results table below
    Operating systemTest dateWine versionInstalls?Runs?Used
    Workaround?
    RatingSubmitter
    ShowopenSUSE Tumbleweed (rolling release)Jul 22 20172.12No, but has workaround Yes SilverMaik Wagner 
    ShowMageia 5 CauldronJul 20 20172.12-stagingYes Yes SilverAlan Richter 
    ShowUbuntu 16.10 "Yakkety" amd64 (+ variants like Kubuntu)Jun 20 20172.10-stagingYes No GarbageEric Jaw 
    ShowUbuntu 17.04 "Zesty" amd64 (+ variants like Kubuntu)Apr 24 20172.0.1No Not installable GarbageJames Honke 
    ShowUbuntu 17.04 "Zesty" amd64 (+ variants like Kubuntu)Apr 29 20172.6Yes Yes SilverJeremy 

    Known Bugs

    Bug # Description Status Resolution Other apps affected
    33141 Problem to start SimCity 2013 UNCONFIRMED View
    33159 Loading a .dll without relocations fails under Mac OS X (needs preloader) STAGED View
    35041 Multiple apps and games crash with heap corruption or live-lock in libX11 (EA Origin, Garmin Express Fit, SMPlayer, LotRO launcher, Kindle for PC, Conan Exiles)('taskset -c 0 wine ./foo.exe' is a workaround) NEW View
    35828 Unable to connect to EA Origin (root CA 'GTE CyberTrust Global Root' removed from the system CA bundle) RESOLVED NOTOURBUG View
    38495 Origin crashes when launching a game UNCONFIRMED View
    38520 Command and Conquer fails to launch from Origin UNCONFIRMED View
    38970 EA Origin fails to launch after an update. STAGED View
    39582 Battlefield 3 (Origin) requires bcrypt RSA to verify installation files NEW View
    39623 Origin installer crashes wine on "Explain this" NEW View
    40154 EA's Origin Downloads Stall and Fail at 99% UNCONFIRMED View
    40370 Origin: "Network not available" UNCONFIRMED View
    41272 Origin Crash after Login UNCONFIRMED View
    41410 Origin Installer: Fails with notification system does not meet hardware requirements UNCONFIRMED View
    42157 Origin fails to start when using wine64 UNCONFIRMED View
    43187 OriginWebHelperService.exe crashes UNCONFIRMED View
    43370 Origin fails to start, repeats the same message over and over UNCONFIRMED View

    Show all bugs

    HowTo / Notes

    32-bit or 64-bit Wine prefix

    Some applications may work better with a 32-bit wineprefix (this is obviously not true for 64-bit games). You may also have to install some native DLLs to get a game working (commonly this is done with winetricks) - some of them may only work in 32-bit mode (these are issues in Wine, winetricks can't do anything about them).

    To install Origin in a separate 32-bit wineprefix issue the following commands:

    export WINEARCH=win32
    export WINEPREFIX="$HOME/.wine.Origin-32-bit
    wine OriginSetup.exe

    From now on, simply use the Desktop launcher to start Origin. If you want to start Origin from a terminal, you have to export the WINEPREFIX (repeat above command) first whenever you open a new terminal.

    Starting Origin

    It's recommended to use the Origin Desktop launcher.

    If you want to start it from a terminal you should first change into Origin's installation directory.

    Example for default installations:

    cd ~/.wine/drive_c/Program\ Files\ \(x86\)/Origin
    wine Origin.exe

    Example for 32-bit installations (see above):

    export WINEPREFIX="$HOME/.wine.Origin-32-bit"
    cd $WINEPREFIX/drive_c/Program\ Files/Origin
    wine Origin.exe
    Many games crash on start if the Origin In Game Overlay (IGO) is enabled

    To avoid this simply disable Origin in Game. Start Origin and click in the menu
    Origin

    -> Application Settings
    -> Origin in Game
    -> Untick "Enable Origin in Game"

    Origin sporadically crashes

    Symptoms:

    • Origin sporadically crashes with "C:\Program Files\Origin\Origin.exe: double free or corruption (!prev)" or "*** glibc detected *** Origin.exe: double free or corruption (!prev): 0x7cf3b940***".
    • Origin doesn't show up although the Origin.exe process uses the CPU completly.

    This issue is tracked in bug #35041.

    Workaround:

    Use taskset to force the app on one CPU core only. Execute in a terminal:

    taskset -c 0 wine Origin.exe

    Be warned that this may decrease the overall performance of games launched from Origin.

    "Activation.dll load failed" when starting a game on Mac

    This issue is tracked in bug #33159.

    There's a patch for wine in this bugreport which workarounds this problem. Please note that it is very "hacky" and not a clean solution (while it solves problems for Origin it may cause other apps fail), so this patch can't be added to official wine. To use it you need to download the wine sources, apply the patch and compile your own Wine.

    [Fixed since Wine 1.7.55] Origin(Thin)Setup.exe fails to install or update
    Origin(Thin)Setup.exe fail to install

    Symptom: Both OriginSetup.exe and OriginThinSetup.exe fail to install/update successfully since Origin version 9.5.11.2855. You get a message "Error installing Origin: Something went wrong during the installation. Please reinstall Origin" and afterwards "UPDATE ERROR: Your update could not be completed. Please download and install the latest version of Origin from https://download.dm.origin.com/origin/live/OriginSetup.exe".

    Fixed in Wine 1.7.55 (2015-11-13, bug #38417).

    Workarounds:

    • Reinstalling with the full installer obviously doesn't work.
    • Download the full Update zip-file from http://download.dm.origin.com/origin/beta/OriginUpdate_9_10_1_1501.zip
      If the link is outdated you have to adjust the version number to the current one, which is printed in the first window that pops up when you start the current OriginThinSetup.exe. Please leave a comment if you find an updated link.
      Then unzip it in the directory of your Origin installation (e.g. ~/.wine/drive_c/Program\ Files/Origin).
      Thanks J├╝rgen Doser for the report and tip, and thanks to the following people to keep this info updated: Michael Alexander, Allen, mactrix.
    [Fixed since Wine 1.7.40] Game installation stuck after downloading | Origin doesn't realize when a game was quit

    Symptoms:

    • At the end of a game installation it may stall at 99% (or even earlier) or on "Installing...".
    • After quitting a game you aren't able to restart it again ("Play" is greyed out).
    • If you quit Origin after playing you get a warning "Close Origin: It's recommended that you quit [NAME OF GAME] before exiting Origin. Do you want to exit anyway?"
    • "Last Played" and "Time Played" are not updated.
    Fixed in Wine 1.7.40 (2015-03-04, bug #33723).

    Workaround for earlier wine versions:

    • In this bugreport you'll find a working patch for wine.
    • If you don't want to build your own wine from source, you can use the "kill EAProxyInstaller.exe" workaround:
      Wait for some time for your HDD to stop working (indicating the installation is done) and kill EAProxyInstaller. To do this type the following in a terminal:
          killall EAProxyInstaller.exe
      The game should immediately become ready to play. If you kill EAProxyInstaller.exe too soon, Origin will keep offering to install the game. Killing the process too soon is not harmful and the game can always be installed again.

    Comments

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

    How to get Origin working (March 2017)
    by Luca Weiss on Wednesday March 22nd 2017, 15:09
    Download www.dm.origin.com/download/legacy (legacy OriginThinSetup.exe).
    Create a fresh wineprefix (32-bit).
    Run the installer and leave the default options.
    When Origin launches it will tell you that "Your update could not be completed.".
    Download origin-a.akamaihd.net/Origin-Client-Download/origin/live/OriginUpdate_9_12_0_34172.zip and put the contents into your_wine_prefix/drive_c/Program\ Files/Origin/ , so that that folder contains a Origin.exe file.
    You can then start this Origin.exe and log in.
    RE: How to get Origin working (March 2017)
    by Allison on Thursday March 23rd 2017, 16:38
    This has been confirmed to work for some time. I'm able to play some older games just fine. But Dragon Age 2 crashes at the main menu, assuming when it tries to connect to the Origin server. I tested it with Origin in offline mode and it still happened. Mass Effect 3 runs fine. No idea about other Bioware games.

    The main problem is getting 64-bit to work (see other comments).
    RE: How to get Origin working (March 2017)
    by Ryan Lewon on Friday April 14th 2017, 0:57
    I have this running in 64-bit if you download 9_12_0_34172. Then upgrade to origin-a.akamaihd.net/Origin-Client-Download/origin/live/OriginUpdate_10_4_7_34767.zip you should be running 64 bit and the latest version.

    Screenshot below of it running, testing games now.
    imgur.com/a/1sLUj
    RE: How to get Origin working (March 2017)
    by Ryan Lewon on Friday April 14th 2017, 0:59
    The Sims 4 works, takes forever to load but it works!
    some progress for 64bit install and updating Origin
    by Allison on Tuesday March 21st 2017, 8:31
    I initially had some luck with installing the legacy on a 32-bit wine prefix (see the many posts below). Of course this wouldn't allow for the installation of newer games.

    I decided to fiddle around with things today. From the successful install of the 32-bit wine prefix folder (.wine.Origin-32-bit) I logged into the Origin server successfully (nothing new).

    I then copied over the entire contents of the Origin folder to the 32-bit PlayOnLinux folder. Worked again - I was signed in automatically. (It also worked bypassing PoL and just using wine).

    I then copied the 32-bit install into the 64-bit PlayOnLinux folder, and I was signed in automatically. Saw my game library, etc. But it was still the legacy version of Origin.

    I then copied a Windows 10 64-bit working installation over to the 64-bit PlayOnLinux folder, and... it updated. The stupid thing actually updated. I am now running the newest Origin over PoL, winecfg Windows 8.1 and mf.dll disabled in the library. I was logged in automatically. It seems, no surprise, that there is a cookie, somewhere.... but where? I overwrote the entire Origin directory with a working Windows install.

    Can games play? I have no idea yet. But I'm downloading Mass Effect: Andromeda. It uses DirectX11, so chances are I'll get a black screen. Later, I'll download an older game to test it.
    RE: some progress for 64bit install and updating Origin
    by Allison on Tuesday March 21st 2017, 10:41
    Update:

    Using PlayOnLinux 64-bit install.

    Mass Effect Andromeda hangs in processes and does not work or even load a window (expected).

    Mass Effect 3 works, but Origin crashed (while downloading its DLCs) while I was playing the base game. It crashed just before I was going to exit the initial cutscene and enter actual gameplay. The game successfully connected to the Bioware server.

    After the crash, Origin would not properly open, and experienced a "serious issue" each time. Once I removed the partial download of the Mass Effect 3 folder, Origin opened without issue. I then replaced the incomplete game folder in Origin Games, and recommenced the download without issue.
    Origin Files
    by Nick Olson on Thursday February 23rd 2017, 16:35
    If you are getting an error while installing Origin that looks something like "Origin needs to connect to internet to finish installation" You may need to get the "Origin" files and paste them in your "Program Files (x86)" folder. If you don't have another computer with Origin correctly installed you can get the full Origin file here (Yandex Disk) : yadi.sk/d/b6r3lUKN3EUDeP

    Just download this and paste its contents in '/home/user/.wine/drive_c/Program Files(x86)/Origin/' (Assuming you have a 'default' install of both wine and origin). These files are for Origin Legacy Installer 32 bit.

    This should let you start Origin if it couldn't connect to the internet to install.
    RE: Origin Files
    by Allison on Friday March 10th 2017, 9:02
    Unfortunately, this doesn't help at all. I get to the legacy login screen and don't even have the option to play offline.

    I copied the legacy files from the above link. I don't want to have to install it onto my Windows laptop (and thereby uninstalling regular Origin). I don't know if that would work anyway.

    I'm not sure why this legacy Origin refuses to work in offline mode. I've played on the newest Origin offline. It's very confusing.

    I installed it this time via PlayOnLinux with no difference from a regular install. I get to the "an origin update is ready to install" screen and it doesn't matter if I say "install now" or "go offline". I am just forwarded to the login screen with nothing to do but exit.

    Does anyone know which file stores the user's login info? There is one somewhere. If we knew that, this file might be the crucial thing to copy over from a working install, perhaps bypassing any need to have an internet connection. Though if more than a simple cookie could potentially break the install if copied from new to legacy. Anyway, just a thought.
    Having the same problem since the update to Wine-2.0
    by Allen on Wednesday January 25th 2017, 13:59
    Crashes at "fixme:dbghelp:elf_search_auxv can't find symbol in module"

    pastebin.com/db9nhLJR
    Unable to install Origin
    by Allen on Monday January 23rd 2017, 12:45
    Kubuntu 16.04, fully updated. Wine 2.0-rc6.

    Here is the log from an attempt in a fresh, 32 bit envronment: pastebin.com/AhktEw1P

    And from a fresh, 64 bit envronment: pastebin.com/scJWCyBd

    Both set to windows 7, since the new installer won't install to an XP environment. I have it working in an XP environment but it's a really old version of Origin and will only start in offline mode.

    Haven't had any luck with the legacy installer either. It pops up a window complaining about not being able to download something.

    Any ideas?
    RE: Unable to install Origin
    by Allison on Friday January 27th 2017, 5:28
    Gnome 3.22.2, Arch Linux 64-bit, wine 2.0-rc6

    Same problem.

    Installations tried:
    - full and thin from Origin direct
    - legacy (thin) from Origin direct
    - copy working updated installation from Win10 64 laptop
    - copy working legacy installation from Win10 64 laptop

    Wine: tried all Windows types from 7 upward.

    One thing I noticed that I haven't seen mentioned is that OriginWebHelperService.exe consistently pops up with an error message at either on boot trial or upon closing, but also, oddly, when booting up winecfg....

    "encountered a serious problem and needs to close": pastebin.com/126eN2ZC

    Origin: when launched, through cmd or direct exe launch, there is a blank white window with a black border that obviously crashes or is, at least, unclickable.
    pastebin.com/CuexFfrW

    A repeated problem from the cmd line origin run is:
    fixme:module:find_dll_file skipping L"C:\\windows\\system32\\MSVCP120.dll" because of wrong architecture
    RE: Unable to install Origin
    by Allison on Friday January 27th 2017, 5:35
    I'd also like to add that disabling the mf library in wine does not help (while running any any type of Windows in Wine)
    Unable to start Origin: d3d11 errors I think?
    by Dylan Morrison on Wednesday January 18th 2017, 8:59
    This is in a clean, 32-bit wineprefix.

    So, I seem to be unable to start Origin at all. I'm currently using wine 2.0-rc5 on Arch Linux. It was unable to update itself after using the Legacy Installer, giving the same issue that was noted in the howtos for a bug supposedly fixed in 1.7.x. I downloaded the latest update for Origin in zip form manually and extracted it, and that seemed to work. However, with the windows version set to Windows XP (the default, and what the current latest test said they had it set to), it complains that Origin only works on Windows 7 or newer. If I set it to Windows 7, I get a number of fixmes involving d3d11, and then I get a crash of Origin with an empty error report.

    Here's a pastebin of the output of trying to run Origin with the version set to Windows 7:

    pastebin.com/txmWebrT
    RE: Unable to start Origin: d3d11 errors I think?
    by Kari Saaranen on Wednesday January 18th 2017, 9:53
    Did you have Windows version set to XP _before_ using the legacy installer? I had it set to Win7 and ran the legacy installer and it gave me the same errors afterwards. Purged the prefix and tried again. (Wine 2.0rc3-staging)
    RE: Unable to start Origin: d3d11 errors I think?
    by Dylan Morrison on Wednesday January 18th 2017, 11:26
    I tried it both ways. I've purged my prefix a number of times trying different ways of getting this to work.

    I think the issue is maybe to do with the legacy OriginThinSetup.exe just not being able to update after being installed. I get this error:

    "UPDATE ERROR: Your update could not be completed. Please download and install the latest version of Origin from download.dm.origin.com/origin/live/OriginSetup.exe".

    And as I said, I tried to follow the howto under "[Fixed since Wine 1.7.55] Origin(Thin)Setup.exe fails to install or update" because even though it's an old, fixed bug I figured hey it might be relevant, but I guess the zip I got seems to be Windows 7 or higher only? I dunno, I'm kind of lost :P
    RE: Unable to start Origin: d3d11 errors I think?
    by jre on Wednesday January 18th 2017, 14:47
    Try wine-staging 2.0~rc5. That version updated an patch which I assume fixes this, see bugs.winehq.org/show_bug.cgi?id=38970.)
    RE: Unable to start Origin: d3d11 errors I think?
    by Dylan Morrison on Wednesday January 18th 2017, 21:57
    I've been trying to avoid wine-staging so that I'm not too far into the bleeding edge, but I'll try that and at least see if it helps, thanks. :)
    RE: Unable to start Origin: d3d11 errors I think?
    by Dylan Morrison on Thursday January 19th 2017, 2:40
    Okay so, the legacy OriginThinSetup.exe still leaves me with an installation that says it can't update, but moving to Windows 7 with winecfg and running the full normal setup actually gets me somewhere now. I can get through setup, and, after ignore in OriginWebHelper.exe get the initial window for Origin with the spinner to show up. It seems to freeze at this point though (the spinner keeps spinning but never gets anywhere and my terminal is bombarded with repetitive d3d11 errors)
    RE: Unable to start Origin: d3d11 errors I think?
    by Dylan Morrison on Thursday January 19th 2017, 2:40
    For clarification, this is after switching to wine-staging 2.0rc5.
    RE: Unable to start Origin: d3d11 errors I think?
    by Dylan Morrison on Thursday January 19th 2017, 9:07
    I have successfully worked around this issue at this point by using a Windows XP VM to install the legacy version of Origin and copy the files over. Origin is now running fine.
    RE: Unable to start Origin: d3d11 errors I think?
    by Allen on Monday January 23rd 2017, 12:05
    Sweet.

    Is it running fully patched, to the newest version of origin, and is origin online?

    Also, 32 bit or 64 bit?

    Thanks!
    RE: Unable to start Origin: d3d11 errors I think?
    by Dylan Morrison on Wednesday January 25th 2017, 3:24
    Updated to the latest "legacy" version. Goes online, can download games and play them online, downloads occasionally stall (fixed by restarting origin) but eventually finish. The games I've been testing (Mass Effect series) don't run if I just run them from origin but they do if I simply run them directly with wine (from a terminal) with origin running. Running in a 32-bit prefix, Windows version set to XP. Used an XP VM to download and update the client, though afaict it can now update on its own
    RE: Unable to start Origin: d3d11 errors I think?
    by Allison on Friday January 27th 2017, 7:17
    I'm going to try running those games then. Dragon Age 2 crashed on start up - and crashed the desktop completely - sooo avoiding atm. Installing ME3 to test (got the first two on Steam).

    However, I was running with all 64-bit stuff..... bad idea, I guess, though DA2 crashed before I switched wine to WinXP.
    RE: Unable to start Origin: d3d11 errors I think?
    by Allison on Friday January 27th 2017, 7:09
    [praise.gif]

    Seriously, I got it running.

    Gnome 3.22.2, Arch Linux 64-bit, wine 2.0-rc6
    Running on wine with WinXP

    But it's still version 9.12 which I assume is the Legacy version. It's set up to update itself, but I guess it won't? Should I turn that off?

    The problem however is running newer games (2014+). But... in theory, older games should work.
    Origin Installer not working
    by Thomas Haugh on Saturday September 24th 2016, 14:19
    Hi,

    I'm running wine 1.9.19-1 on a machine with up to date version of Arch Linux. I've tried using a 32bit wine prefix and a couple of different winetricks: d3dx9, dotnet20, dotnet30, vcrun20{10,12,13}. When I try to use the origin installer or thin installer I get the an error that my machine doesn't meet the hardware specifications. The output from wine is long so here is a link pastebin.com/FQvV7352
    RE: Origin Installer not working
    by Thomas Haugh on Sunday September 25th 2016, 10:11
    Updated: I rolled back to wine 1.7.9-1, and got a new error log and it crashes saying it can't find the qt platform plugin "windows". The new error log is short so I pasted it below.

    PS Any of the releases I have tried >=1.8.1-1 gave me the same errors as my original comment.

    fixme:heap:HeapSetInformation (nil) 1 (nil) 0
    fixme:heap:HeapSetInformation (nil) 1 (nil) 0
    err:setupapi:create_dest_file failed to create L"C:\\windows\\system32\\atl100.dll" (error=80)
    err:winediag:SECUR32_initNTLMSP ntlm_auth was not found or is outdated. Make sure that ntlm_auth >= 3.0.25 is in your path. Usually, you can find it in the winbind package of your distribution.
    fixme:dwmapi:DwmIsCompositionEnabled 0x6b238dcc
    fixme:iphlpapi:NotifyAddrChange (Handle 0x144e8b0, overlapped 0x144e8bc): stub
    wine: configuration in '/home/kgnotte/.wine32' has been updated.
    fixme:ver:GetCurrentPackageId (0x32dd54 (nil)): stub
    err:winediag:SECUR32_initNTLMSP ntlm_auth was not found or is outdated. Make sure that ntlm_auth >= 3.0.25 is in your path. Usually, you can find it in the winbind package of your distribution.
    fixme:module:load_library unsupported flag(s) used (flags: 0x00000800)
    fixme:file:FindFirstFileExW options not implemented 0x00000000 0x00000002
    RE: Origin Installer not working
    by Ned on Tuesday September 27th 2016, 11:16
    Same problem here. Not installing with OriginSetup.exe on 1.9.19 and earlier Wine versions.
    RE: Origin Installer not working
    by pjotar on Wednesday September 28th 2016, 9:10
    Same trouble here. I've compared client logs (C:\users\Public\Application Data\Origin/Logs/Client_Log) form working windows10 and wine. They both have some errors about configuration, but in wine there is one error more:

    "Error OriginApplication::OriginApplication 9 Origin client failed to create the OpenGL display context - must exit"
    RE: Origin Installer not working
    by jre on Wednesday September 28th 2016, 9:31
    One of you should report a bug for that. Just go to bugs.winehq.org/ and read and follow the instructions. When you're done set this AppDB entry as "affected".

    In the bug report you may point out, that several people are affected here in this thread (however a "me too" in the bug report itself is not useful).
    Since this seems to be graphics related (opengl) please tell you're hardware specs.
    RE: Origin Installer not working
    by mikaelvz on Monday October 3rd 2016, 9:44
    I find a workaround on this page : forums.thesims.com/en_US/discussion/899172/new-origin-how-to-update-scaling-oversize-issue-fixed-in-beta
    You need to install an old version of Origin from this link : www.dm.origin.com/download/legacy

    Now I can start Origin and Dead Space 3.
    RE: Origin Installer not working
    by pjotar on Monday October 3rd 2016, 11:58
    Yeah, thx, legacy worked! Able to run client an SimCity2013

    In winecfg should select Windows version WindowsXP. I think this prevents clint from upgrading.
    Origin Crash on Login
    by Bill on Saturday September 3rd 2016, 16:35
    After installing Origin and entering my Login Credentials and submitting that application Crashes. I have experienced this on F23 & F24 through multiple versions of Wine.
    RE: Origin Crash on Login
    by jre on Saturday September 3rd 2016, 17:26
    Hi Bill, I just deleted your 2 logfiles. Please do not post logfiles in the comments of the AppDB. Please file a bug instead.
    Anyway, did you try installing in a fresh wine prefix?
    RE: Origin Crash on Login
    by Bill on Sunday September 4th 2016, 9:30
    Hey Jre,

    Sorry about that. I wasn't sure if file a bug would have been the correct tactic.

    As for the "fresh prefix" I like playing with Linux a lot so I have probably installed my OS and wine more than once over the lives of Fedora 23 & 24. So If I am understanding "Fresh Prefix" correctly, then I will say yes as in it has been freshly installed more than once. Is that what you mean?

    Thanks,
    -Bill
    RE: Origin Crash on Login
    by jre on Sunday September 4th 2016, 17:38
    With "wine prefix" I was referring to $HOME/.wine/ or any other prefix specified by you, see wiki.winehq.org/FAQ#Can_I_store_the_virtual_Windows_installation_somewhere_other_than_.7E.2F.wine.3F
    So if you did *not* restore your old $HOME/.wine from your previous installation after reinstalling Fedora, then *only* installed Origin, but did *not* install any dll overrides, e.g. with winetricks, then you had a "fresh" prefix. It sounds as if you did so, so everything is good.

    Thanks for the bugreport, that's indeed the correct way to tackle problems like you have. Good luck!
    RE: Origin Crash on Login
    by Bill on Sunday September 4th 2016, 17:21
    OK, I submitted Bug: 41272 per your suggestion. I want to be able to provide the logs, I felt they would be useful. I also linked it to this page.
    Tray icon
    by Luca Weiss on Thursday September 1st 2016, 13:09
    Does right clicking the tray icon do anything for you? I am using Wine staging 1.9.17 and KDE 5.7.4.
    Windows Version 7 fails Full Install
    by noa body on Tuesday June 14th 2016, 19:24
    With windows version set to XP the full installer runs fine. Changing the version to 7 immediately prompts for an update that seems to fail.

    There seems to be a URL redirector that functions off a valid client version number and points to the latest update.

    secure.download.dm.origin.com/autopatch/2/upgradeFrom/9.12.2.60376/en_US/PROD?platform=PCWIN actually shows the download location in XML as origin-a.akamaihd.net/Origin-Client-Download/origin/live/OriginUpdate_9_12_2_60376.zip

    Directly downloading that update and overwriting files in ~/.wine/drive_c/Program Files/Origin allows the client to run fine in Windows 7 mode.
    ORIGIN WORKS ON WINDOWS 7
    by Erikas Rudinskas on Saturday May 21st 2016, 2:33
    Hi guys. I've managed to get Origin working on Windows 7 prefix. When you install it using Windows 7 prefix, it succeeds, but afterwards it doesn't launch. I've found out that Origin folder in program files becomes read only for some reason, and before launching origin.exe, always make origin folder and it's files read-write instead of read-only.

    I'm using this command:
    chmod -R 774 /home//.PlayOnLinux/wineprefix/ANYTHING/drive_c/Program\ Files/Origin

    And origin launches successfully.
    RE: ORIGIN WORKS ON WINDOWS 7
    by Zootal on Saturday June 11th 2016, 16:24
    I installed Origin, but the directory privileges are fine. However, Origin absolutely refuses to run. I get this scrolling non-stop in the console:

    preloader: Warning: failed to reserve range 00010000-00110000
    preloader: Warning: failed to reserve range 00010000-00110000
    fixme:ver:GetCurrentPackageId (0x33df68 (nil)): stub
    fixme:msvcp:_Locinfo__Locinfo_ctor_cat_cstr (0x33ed7c 1 C) semi-stub
    fixme:secur32:schannel_get_mac_algid unknown algorithm 200
    fixme:secur32:schannel_get_kx_algid unknown algorithm 12
    fixme:secur32:schannel_get_mac_algid unknown algorithm 200
    fixme:secur32:schannel_get_kx_algid unknown algorithm 12
    fixme:msvcp:_Locinfo__Locinfo_ctor_cat_cstr (0x98cdbc 1 C) semi-stub
    fixme:msvcp:_Locinfo__Locinfo_ctor_cat_cstr (0x98cb8c 1 C) semi-stub

    And that is it. Dead in the water here.
    RE: ORIGIN WORKS ON WINDOWS 7
    by Zootal on Saturday June 11th 2016, 16:35
    And so I ran the installer again. And again. Eventually I got to the login prompt and got it to work. Not sure why I had to run the installer multiple times....

    by Joel Watts on Wednesday December 23rd 2015, 7:18
    I have been having trouble getting this working but thanks to my brother, we managed to get it working.
    What you will have to do is disable Origin in Games which can be done by going to Application Settings > Origin in Games > Enable Origin in Game (Disable), as if you don't, Origin crashes when you try to launch a new game, and blacklist mf.dll

    Now I am using playonlinux so I only know how to do it that way, it might be the same as doing it normally, I don't know. But keep in mind that this is POL I'm talking about, might just have to skip to Wine Configuration part of my tutorial.

    To blacklist it, click on Origin in PlayonLinux, then hit configure. Go to the Wine Tab and click Wine configuration (This is where I think you might be able to do this without POL), go to libraries and click and type in the "New override for library" mf.dll and then hit add.

    Then click on mf.dll in the existing override box and click edit.
    Look for disable, click that, hit okay and you should be good to go.

    Just for the extra details, I am using Linux Mint 17.3 MATE 64Bit, Origin is 32bit and the Wine I'm using for it is 1.7.55
    RE:
    by Joel Watts on Wednesday December 30th 2015, 22:29
    The flickering is caused by MATE's Desktop Environment, it happens outside of Wine.

    So if you don't have MATE, it's fine, if you do, switch to something else.
    another work around for failed updated
    by mark on Friday September 11th 2015, 19:58
    Hi All,

    I found during the update, the installer extracts the files to:

    ~/.wine/drive_c/users/Public/Application Data/Origin/SelfUpdate/

    There is also a log under: ~/.wine/drive_c/users/Public/Application Data/Origin/Logs/UpdateTool_Log.txt

    The error i was getting was:

    2015/9/9 5:38:54.618] FILE_ATTRIBUTE_ARCHIVE: C:\Program Files (x86)\Origin\Origin.VisualElementsManifest.xml. Last error: [32]
    [2015/9/9 5:38:54.618] SetFileAttributes failed.. Last error: [0]
    [2015/9/9 5:38:54.618] Attempting deletion operation: C:\Program Files (x86)\Origin\Origin.VisualElementsManifest.xml. Number of times: [1]. Last error: [0]


    So i found a work around to make the update work. During the update f you:
    1) move ~/.wine/drive_c/Program Files (x86)/Origin/ to a temp directory
    2) wait for the install to fail
    3) copy the temp directory back, but do not overwrite any files

    it should work (worked for me):
    3.19.0-28-generic #30~14.04.1-Ubuntu SMP Tue Sep 1 09:32:55 UTC 2015 x86_64 x86_64 x86_64 GNU/Linux
    wine-1.7.50
    igoproxy.exe
    by Allen on Friday July 24th 2015, 13:23
    I've started a fresh wine environment in ~/.wine32-2.
    I've installed vcrun2010, 2012 and 2013 via winetricks.
    I'm telling it to use the win32 architecture.
    After running OriginSetup.exe, I copy in the Origin directory from a freshly installed and updated Win7 PC.

    I launch Origin.exe (env WINEARCH=win32 env WINEPREFIX="/home/aseelye/.wine32-2" wine Origin.exe) and it let's me log into origin, then I get a message telling me "The program igoproxy.exe has encountered a serious problem and needs to close. We are sorry for the inconvenience.".

    Next I get an Origin window saying "Origin has encountered a serious problem and must close".

    Has anyone else come across this?

    Ubuntu 14.04
    Wine-1.7.44
    Latest version of winetricks.

    Here is the wine output:


    $ env WINEARCH=win32 env WINEPREFIX="/home/aseelye/.wine32-2" wine Origin.exe
    fixme:ole:RemUnknown_QueryInterface No interface for iid {00000019-0000-0000-c000-000000000046}
    fixme:heap:RtlSetHeapInformation (nil) 1 (nil) 0 stub
    fixme:file:FindFirstFileExW flags not implemented 0x00000002
    fixme:system:SetProcessDPIAware stub!
    fixme:msg:ChangeWindowMessageFilterEx 0x10056 4a 1 (nil)
    fixme:msg:ChangeWindowMessageFilterEx 0x10056 112 1 (nil)
    fixme:file:FindFirstFileExW flags not implemented 0x00000002
    err:module:import_dll Library Qt5Svg.dll (which is needed by L"C:\\Program Files\\Origin\\imageformats\\qsvg.dll") not found
    fixme:thread:SetThreadIdealProcessor (0x1d4): stub
    fixme:ole:CoInitializeSecurity ((nil),-1,(nil),(nil),0,3,(nil),0,(nil)) - stub!
    fixme:wbemprox:client_security_SetBlanket 0x7cda1714, 0x16cb98, 10, 0, (null), 3, 3, (nil), 0x00000000
    fixme:wbemprox:client_security_Release 0x7cda1714
    err:ole:CoInitializeEx Attempt to change threading model of this apartment from multi-threaded to apartment threaded
    fixme:mountmgr:harddisk_ioctl The DISK_PARTITION_INFO and DISK_DETECTION_INFO structures will not be filled
    fixme:win:EnumDisplayDevicesW ((null),0,0x301d938,0x00000000), stub!
    err:ole:CoInitializeEx Attempt to change threading model of this apartment from multi-threaded to apartment threaded
    fixme:netprofm:connection_point_Advise 0x170a30, 0x79abfc, 0x79ac70 - stub
    fixme:netprofm:list_manager_GetConnectivity 0x16cbe8, 0x33ef3c
    err:ole:CoGetClassObject class {77f10cf0-3db5-4966-b520-b7c54fd35ed6} not registered
    err:ole:CoGetClassObject no class object {77f10cf0-3db5-4966-b520-b7c54fd35ed6} could be created for context 0x1
    fixme:winhttp:get_system_proxy_autoconfig_url no support on this platform
    fixme:winhttp:WinHttpDetectAutoProxyConfigUrl discovery via DHCP not supported
    fixme:toolhelp:CreateToolhelp32Snapshot Unimplemented: heap list snapshot
    fixme:toolhelp:Heap32ListFirst : stub
    fixme:file:FindFirstFileExW flags not implemented 0x00000002
    fixme:ntdll:NtQueryInformationToken QueryInformationToken( ..., TokenElevationType, ...) semi-stub
    fixme:msg:ChangeWindowMessageFilterEx 0x10080 c057 1 (nil)
    fixme:systray:wine_notify_icon unhandled tray message: 4
    fixme:msg:ChangeWindowMessageFilterEx 0x30084 4a 1 (nil)
    fixme:msg:ChangeWindowMessageFilterEx 0x30084 112 1 (nil)
    fixme:font:RemoveFontMemResourceEx (0x84d34311) stub
    fixme:font:RemoveFontMemResourceEx (0x84d2c9c1) stub
    fixme:font:RemoveFontMemResourceEx (0x84dc48d9) stub
    fixme:font:RemoveFontMemResourceEx (0x84dfd221) stub
    fixme:font:RemoveFontMemResourceEx (0x8bfd5301) stub
    fixme:font:RemoveFontMemResourceEx (0x8b848301) stub
    fixme:font:RemoveFontMemResourceEx (0x877f1759) stub
    fixme:font:RemoveFontMemResourceEx (0x84d94e09) stub
    fixme:font:RemoveFontMemResourceEx (0x84d9f079) stub
    fixme:font:RemoveFontMemResourceEx (0x84d81b99) stub
    fixme:font:RemoveFontMemResourceEx (0x84d8bfd1) stub
    fixme:font:RemoveFontMemResourceEx (0x84dbe219) stub
    fixme:font:RemoveFontMemResourceEx (0x84da05d1) stub
    fixme:font:RemoveFontMemResourceEx (0x84daaf89) stub
    fixme:ntdll:NtLockFile I/O completion on lock not implemented yet
    fixme:msg:ChangeWindowMessageFilterEx 0x1009e 4a 1 (nil)
    fixme:msg:ChangeWindowMessageFilterEx 0x1009e 112 1 (nil)
    fixme:ole:RemUnknown_QueryInterface No interface for iid {00000019-0000-0000-c000-000000000046}
    fixme:netprofm:list_manager_GetConnectivity 0x16cbe8, 0x33cb58
    fixme:file:FindFirstFileExW flags not implemented 0x00000002
    fixme:file:FindFirstFileExW flags not implemented 0x00000002
    fixme:file:FindFirstFileExW flags not implemented 0x00000002
    fixme:msg:ChangeWindowMessageFilterEx 0x100c2 4a 1 (nil)
    fixme:msg:ChangeWindowMessageFilterEx 0x100c2 112 1 (nil)
    fixme:msg:ChangeWindowMessageFilterEx 0x100cc 4a 1 (nil)
    fixme:msg:ChangeWindowMessageFilterEx 0x100cc 112 1 (nil)
    fixme:msg:ChangeWindowMessageFilterEx 0x100d6 4a 1 (nil)
    fixme:msg:ChangeWindowMessageFilterEx 0x100d6 112 1 (nil)
    fixme:msg:ChangeWindowMessageFilterEx 0x100e0 4a 1 (nil)
    fixme:msg:ChangeWindowMessageFilterEx 0x100e0 112 1 (nil)
    fixme:heap:RtlSetHeapInformation (nil) 1 (nil) 0 stub
    fixme:file:FindFirstFileExW flags not implemented 0x00000002
    fixme:file:FindFirstFileExW flags not implemented 0x00000002
    fixme:heap:RtlSetHeapInformation (nil) 1 (nil) 0 stub
    fixme:thread:SetThreadIdealProcessor (0x41c): stub
    wine: Call from 0x7b83ba4e to unimplemented function d3d11.dll.D3D11CreateDeviceAndSwapChain, aborting
    wine: Unimplemented function d3d11.dll.D3D11CreateDeviceAndSwapChain called at address 0x7b83ba4e (thread 004f), starting debugger...
    fixme:win:EnumDisplayDevicesW ((null),0,0x33f7a8,0x00000000), stub!
    fixme:dxgi:dxgi_device_init Ignoring adapter type.
    fixme:dbghelp:elf_search_auxv can't find symbol in module
    aseelye@work-laptop:~/.wine32-2/drive_c/Program Files/Origin$ fixme:heap:RtlSetHeapInformation (nil) 1 (nil) 0 stub
    fixme:file:FindFirstFileExW flags not implemented 0x00000002
    fixme:system:SetProcessDPIAware stub!
    fixme:file:FindFirstFileExW flags not implemented 0x00000002
    err:module:import_dll Library Qt5Svg.dll (which is needed by L"C:\\Program Files\\Origin\\imageformats\\qsvg.dll") not found
    fixme:thread:SetThreadIdealProcessor (0x124): stub
    fixme:ole:CoInitializeSecurity ((nil),-1,(nil),(nil),0,3,(nil),0,(nil)) - stub!
    fixme:wbemprox:client_security_SetBlanket 0x7db55714, 0x141fc0, 10, 0, (null), 3, 3, (nil), 0x00000000
    fixme:wbemprox:client_security_Release 0x7db55714
    err:ole:CoInitializeEx Attempt to change threading model of this apartment from multi-threaded to apartment threaded
    fixme:mountmgr:harddisk_ioctl The DISK_PARTITION_INFO and DISK_DETECTION_INFO structures will not be filled
    fixme:win:EnumDisplayDevicesW ((null),0,0xf3d938,0x00000000), stub!
    err:ole:CoInitializeEx Attempt to change threading model of this apartment from multi-threaded to apartment threaded
    fixme:ole:RemUnknown_QueryInterface No interface for iid {00000019-0000-0000-c000-000000000046}
    RE: igoproxy.exe
    by Steve Dawson on Saturday July 25th 2015, 17:24
    I'm seeing the same issue after an Origin update today.
    RE: igoproxy.exe
    by Steve Dawson on Saturday July 25th 2015, 17:42
    Opened Bug 38970
    RE: igoproxy.exe
    by jre on Sunday July 26th 2015, 16:18
    [ Please do not post terminal output in the comments, this belongs in bugreports. ]

    The relevant line is:
    wine: Call from 0x7b83ba4e to unimplemented function d3d11.dll.D3D11CreateDeviceAndSwapChain, aborting
    wine: Unimplemented function

    A stub for this function was added in Wine 1.7.47, but as we see in Steve Dawson's bugreport (thanks!), this is not enough for us.


    Anyway, in the past there was a tip to disable IGO in the terminal by removing the original IGO32.dll and replacing it with an empty, write-protected dummy. (This stopped working with some version of Origin, so I removed it). Maybe try it again (of course replace $WINEPREFIX and $PROGRAMFILES and maybe check for other IGO files to also replace):

    cd "$WINEPREFIX/drive_c/$PROGRAMFILES/Origin"
    rm IGO32.dll
    touch IGO32.dll
    chmod 000 IGO32.dll

    Once you can get to the main Origin window again, disable IGO (Origin in Game) via the menu. You may also do this in your Windows installation and then copy that to Linux again. Please report your findings.
    RE: igoproxy.exe
    by Steve Dawson on Sunday July 26th 2015, 17:36
    Jre, thanks for your reply.

    I tried removing igo32.dll and replacing with a dummy, this just causes an earlier failure to launch. I also tried the same trick with igoproxy.exe with similar results.

    Regards,

    Steve.
    RE: igoproxy.exe
    by Steve Dawson on Tuesday July 28th 2015, 20:43
    I have found a workaround for the igoproxy crash.

    Locate a copy of Origin v9.6.1 and extract it to temp location, copy the IGO32.dll from the temp location to the "$WINEPREFIX/drive_c/$PROGRAMFILES/Origin" folder overwriting the newer version. It may be a good idea to backup the original file first.

    Now when Origin is launched, igoproxy.exe will still throw an exception, but the main Origin window will appear after login and allow gameplay.

    Hopefully someone can duplicate.

    Steve.
    RE: igoproxy.exe
    by Allen on Wednesday July 29th 2015, 20:48
    Yup, that fixed it. I wasn't able to locate v9.6.1 but I downloaded the v9.5.20 from download.dm.origin.com/origin/beta/OriginUpdate_9_5_20_5318.zip and used the IGO32.dll from there. It worked great.

    I've been playing The Sims 4 for about two hours with no problems at all.


    Thanks!
    RE: igoproxy.exe
    by Steve Dawson on Wednesday July 29th 2015, 21:35
    Hi Allen, thanks for confirming.

    Steve.
    RE: igoproxy.exe
    by Jonas on Friday September 25th 2015, 14:22
    If you want to avoid seeing the exception, try removing the file C:\Program Files\Origin\igoproxy.exe.

    That fixed the problem for me using Crossover, and hopefully you'll get the same results using vanilla WINE.
    RE: igoproxy.exe
    by Joe Brouhard on Tuesday September 29th 2015, 13:06
    Unfortunately removing igoproxy.exe or even igoproxy64.exe doesn't solve this :(
    RE: igoproxy.exe
    by Linubie on Wednesday October 7th 2015, 17:24
    I copied igoproxy.exe and igoproxy64.exe as well as igo32/64.dll from working version Version 9.6.1.5336 - 374920, but Origin is still crashing.
    RE: igoproxy.exe
    by Joe Brouhard on Tuesday September 29th 2015, 13:21
    I can confirm that this solves the crashing problem I was having myself.

    Fedora 22, Wine 1.7.51
    RE: igoproxy.exe
    by Zootal on Saturday July 30th 2016, 17:41
    Here it is a year later, and this fix is still necessary. I replaced igo32.dll with the old version and Origin runs just fine. The new version (7/30/2016) causes Origin to crash.
    RE: igoproxy.exe
    by Allen on Saturday July 30th 2016, 17:54
    Running Ubuntu 14.04 on my laptop here, using wine 1.9.15, the latest version of origin installs and runs great with one minor hiccup. You have to chmod +x the Origin directory in c:\program files right after you install it. You also still have to disable Origin In Game.

    Other than those things, I've been playing The Sims 4 with no problems at all, even after several game and origin updates.
    RE: igoproxy.exe
    by Allen on Sunday July 31st 2016, 14:12
    Oops, made a mistake there. That's supposed to be a chmod +w. Not +x.
    RE: igoproxy.exe
    by Michael Gooch on Thursday October 8th 2015, 13:28
    None of the replied "fixes" in this thread do me any good. I was trying to run a game that NEEDS 64 bit mode, and i'm getting IGO64.dll related crashes
    RE: igoproxy.exe
    by Linubie on Wednesday November 18th 2015, 18:43
    This is error is still making me crazy... I can't play Mass Effect 3 and really would like to proceed my journey that began with the first part of this series under Linux using wine.
    RE: igoproxy.exe
    by StefanT on Wednesday December 16th 2015, 14:14
    Changing the IGO32.dll did not help for me.

    What worked was to copy another exe over the igoproxy.exe. I took the clock.exe from a wine's windows/system directory. Now origin starts without the two error dialogs.
    RE: igoproxy.exe
    by Linubie on Sunday December 20th 2015, 7:14
    This is unfortunately not working for me. Still can't play ME3 using latest Origin with wine 1.8
    My fix
    by StephanieH on Friday June 26th 2015, 3:09
    To the people getting errors when installing, if you are using playonlinux with wine try going to "configure" on the driver that you are trying to install on, then click on "install components" and install "dotnet45" it will update the driver. After trying for a week, I'm finally able to log into origin and install my games. I hope this helped :D

    PS I also had to type
    echo 1 | sudo tee /proc/sys/kernel/yama/ptrace_scope
    into terminal in order to do so.
    Controller mapping
    by WyRe on Thursday December 4th 2014, 21:41
    I am trying to remap my controller's buttons but nothing changes in FIFA WORLD, it's like if the game mapping is stuck ... i can't get any result; do what i do (I have tried many diferent buttonsets and none changes anything i repeat...) ... any idea!? :P
    RE: Controller mapping
    by WyRe on Thursday December 4th 2014, 21:43
    I've also tried usign xboxdrv package and using 'wine control' but anything works ...
    RE: Controller mapping
    by Inukaze on Saturday December 6th 2014, 5:11
    1 - You can try puting files : dinput.dll dinput8.dll xinput(varius files) and register in winecfg like "native , builit" and try again .

    2 - Well you can use "AntiMicro" like Workaround , for temp solution
    and emulate Keyboard / Mouse , via Gamepad.
    RE: Controller mapping
    by WyRe on Saturday December 6th 2014, 8:10
    Oh! :D Thank so much for ur interest and ur answer...

    I have done some progress since yesterday, for instance, i have got now an operating right analog (this wasn't case yesterday xD) but... i suspect that this is due to FIFA World 'buttondatasetup.ini' (I have solved right analog issue changing 'xbox360' (my gamepad) values to 'default' gamepad)

    But... now has been unsetup A,X,B,Y buttons and POV ... i don't know what more can i do ... xD. Don't worry, i'm not interesting in a temp solution ... i wanna learn about Wine and Linux gamepads/joys management ... :)

    I attach a copy to 'buttondatasetup.ini' that i have modified ... because i think that could be related with your suggestion about try putting files : dinput.dll dinput8.dll xinput(varius files) and register in winecfg like "native , builit" and try again. Above all WINECFG seems to be promising option but i don't know much about registry w$ edition ... :(

    i have noticed also that 'buttondatasetup.ini' is opened using Wine ...

    And sorry for bad post... :( if any moderator could delete it ... would be helpful :P

    paste.debian.net/135168/
    RE: Controller mapping
    by WyRe on Saturday December 6th 2014, 15:58
    I also noticed that Wine's web admins should add to their games data base FIFA World... i tried it and works perfectly (Gold in Debian Jessie ;D ) ... (except by gamepad mapping xD) but works very pretty, and one entry here, in Wine's games data base could help people like me to solve these kind of issues ... xD
    RE: Controller mapping
    by WyRe on Saturday December 6th 2014, 16:05
    tested it, i meant ... I've also found these infos... that could be helpful ... but i don't know if works it in this bit community-studied game ... xD

    steamcommunity.com/app/221410/discussions/0/828938354860178892/

    paste.debian.net/135210/
    RE: Controller mapping
    by WyRe on Saturday December 6th 2014, 22:49
    Already I've got solution;

    Running some precise xboxdrv parameters and editing of Fifa World 'buttonDataSetup.ini'

    Maybe i should write about this in GitHub (still i have translate my ideas xD), I'll share the link. :P

    I hope that appdb.winehq.org/ moderators open a FIFA World entry... I've tested it and works perfectly, some little bugs like it doesn't close totally while it's closing but... minos bugs.. (i haven't seen none more, really xD) ; as I said ... it works perfectly (despite headaches caused by gamepad xD) Gold in Debian Jessie.

    Thanks so much for ur attention ... See u soon :P :D
    RE: Controller mapping
    by jre on Sunday December 7th 2014, 7:11
    Adding an app works user-driven, not admin-driven:

    Just go to appdb.winehq.org/ and "Submit App", then fill out your test report. An admin will review your report then, and add the app to AppDB. If you choose to be admin for the new app you may add a remap-controller-HOWTO there.
    RE: Controller mapping
    by WyRe on Sunday December 7th 2014, 10:07
    Thanks a lot guy! :P
    unable to even download
    by Clara Fisher on Friday July 25th 2014, 8:59
    This is my first time trying to use Wineskin for anything, but I've attempted multiple times now to get Origin for PC to download (using OriginThinSetup.exe and OriginSetup.exe), but every time that I do, I get an error-message mid-download: "Program Error - The program Setup.exe has encountered a serious problem and needs to close. We are sorry for the inconvenience." If I just click "Close", the installation keeps going, but I can't get the installation of the actual program to work. Not a computer genius and have wasted a lot of time trying to get this to work in multiple ways, have completely deleted the wrapper a few times and started from scratch, all to no avail. Help?
    RE: unable to even download
    by Jeff Bacon on Tuesday August 12th 2014, 0:01
    I was having the same problem. You may need to download the Microsoft XML Parser. Try using winetricks to install msxml3 and then try downloading it again.
    RE: unable to even download
    by Anthony J. Magnia on Tuesday December 30th 2014, 15:46
    OMG! Thank you so much!! This fixed it for me! :D Now, onwards to figuring out these download patches and trying to get it to run in 64 bit mode :D
    RE: unable to even download
    by Anthony J. Magnia on Tuesday December 30th 2014, 16:02
    Nix the 64bit mode. I was thinking I saw someone talking about a work around, but I guess it's still not possible -_-
    RE: unable to even download
    by mactrix on Sunday August 9th 2015, 4:00
    I want to confirm that this also worked for me. I am on OS X 10.10.4 and use Wineskin 2.6 to install Origin. The installer will crash without the msxml3 winetricks.

    Many thanks!
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