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Here are the reasons why the games are not working as you want them to. Civ 5 In the Steam store system in System Requirements tab notes that Intel Integrated video chipsets (GMA 9XX, HD 3XXX) will not run Civilization V for SteamOS and Linux, and are unsupported. You have a Intel® HD Graphics 3000 integrated Borderlands 2 In the Steam store in System ...
What you probably need to do is just is try a newer wine version - there is a database of apps that have been tested under wine, and FarCry is rated Gold/Platinum there with most recent versions and OSs. Using PlayOnLinux etc with a particular wine version will often work - but often newer wine versions will work, perhaps better - the info that says 'this ...
I faced same problem sometime ago with all full-screen app using wine. There multiple ways the may lead to same result: Changing keyboard may help. I'm using two laptops in one of the I always hit the Alt key. Disable hot keys temporary as mentioned here: Can I disable Dash and HUD hotkeys when fullscreen (in DOSBox)? or From within Steam, how can I ...
You need sudo permission to edit that file. Try this instead: echo 0 | sudo tee /proc/sys/kernel/yama/ptrace_scope To verify the change, run the following command: cat /proc/sys/kernel/yama/ptrace_scope It should reply 0 see here for some related info
Some programs using wine for some reason will hide text and other things if they use openGL. (A good example is using RuneScape client with openGL) Another thing is that openGL sometimes won't display correctly with certain video cards, your specific card has good support for Direct3d9 but much less support on openGL.
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