Everything, but significant workarounds required.
What does not
Crashes when trying to play videos. Even with ffdshow, native Quartz, and WMP, it still crashes when trying to play any of the videos that are in Windows Media format, which most of them are.
I recommend installing under a fresh prefix.
winetricks ffdshow quartz d3dx9_43
d3dx9_43 may not be strictly required, but does ensure the config screens display correctly.
When installing ffdshow, make sure you set it to handle MPEG-1. The other formats don't matter.
Although it cannot play Windows Media videos, it can play MPEG-1. Therefore, a solution is to re-encode the problematic videos to MPEG-1. Make sure you have FFmpeg, configured to accept Windows Media input and with mpeg1video and libtwolame encoders and mpeg muxer. Run the following shell script while in the installation directory:
#!/bin/sh avgrate=4000000 maxrate=8000000 audiorate=192000 commonopts="-v warning -s 1280x720 -c:v mpeg1video -b:v $avgrate \ -bufsize $maxrate -maxrate $maxrate -flags +loop+mv0+naq \ -me_method epzs -dia_size 16 -g 18 -bf 2 -trellis 1" for fn in `file *.dat | grep ASF | cut -d: -f1` do echo Encoding $fn mv $fn $fn-orig ffmpeg -i $fn-orig -pass 1 $commonopts -an -f mpeg -y /dev/null ffmpeg -i $fn-orig -pass 2 $commonopts \ -c:a libtwolame -b:a $audiorate -f mpeg $fn done
I prefer to keep the originals, but you may discard them if you need the space.
What was not tested
The whole game to the end. But it seems very stable with the given setup.
In case it makes any difference, I also installed the new retranslation patch by MeruP.
|Operating system||Test date||Wine version||Installs?||Runs?||Used|
|Show||Gentoo Linux x86_64||Jul 17 2018||3.11||Yes||Yes||Yes||Gold||Daniel Dawson|
|Current||Gentoo Linux x86_64||Jun 10 2018||3.9||Yes||Yes||Yes||Gold||Daniel Dawson|
|Show||Debian GNU/Linux 9.x "Stretch" x86_64||Feb 12 2018||2.0.4-staging||Yes||Yes||Yes||Silver||Kevin Polo|
|Show||Arch Linux x86_64||Aug 13 2014||1.7.23||Yes||Yes||Garbage||an anonymous user|