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Solved. Today updated the kernel (3.13.0-61), and all was fine.
This answer isn't about rolling-back the kernel. But, FYI, the original problem that caused wine to malfunction seems to have been in the 3.13.0-59-generic kernel; and the new 3.13.0-61-generic version is now available. I manually started Software Updater and it upgraded to 3.13.0-61-generic automatically; now my wine applications launch OK again.
This has been fixed today with the latest kernel update 3.13.0-61
I found this thread because I was having the same issue. This may not work for everyone, but it did for me. (I made a folder in home called /virtualdrive/Drive0) Also, I had the problem with a different game, but I think it applies. Mount iso # 1 sudo mount -o loop AOMG_D1.iso ~/virtualdrive/Drive0 Run game installer, hit install. It loads to 32% or ...
It seems to be error in Ubuntu kernel. There is fix already available - just upgrade to newer kernel version (3.13.0-61). sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get upgrade
There are some new patches available today. Try running Software Updater again. After I installed the latest kernel and patches, wine started working again for me. Perhaps it will help with your other issues too.
Here is another method. That might work. Go into terminal and type in this command winecfg This should open a menu that will have some features on it. Go to sound and hit test sound to see if it is working. You can maybe mess around a little bit here to select your default system input and output sounds. I have mine all set to system default. Although I ...
When you first boot up your machine you should see the grub boot menu. At the grub boot menu choose the older Kernel you want to boot to - Once you have chosen the Kernel you want to keep and you have booted into it uname -r will tell you what kernel you are currently running on (measure twice cut once) dpkg -l | grep linux-image dpkg -l | grep ...
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