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I've seen similar case with UT4.1 through wine. That started after installing some updates. Switching input method back from ibus to xim solved it. im-config -n xim


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Tested with Ubuntu 14.10 (Utopic Unicorn) Wine-1.7.34 Foxit Reader 7 When you install an app through wine, a corresponding .desktop file is created in the /home/ash/.local/share/applications folder. Important: Replace ash in the path above with your username. In Unity Desktop Environment, press Ctrl+h in your home ...


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Install riched20: winetricks -q riched20


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This happened to me.. but somehow I got it working. ._. 1. Make sure there's no updates..? 2. Make sure you have LoL installed in your Applications folder 3. Make sure Firewall is turned off (should be turned off) 4. If none of this works - well - repair it. It worked after I repaired.


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I recall when I installed Wine on my Ubuntu machine (14.04) that I had trouble as well. There were two packages in the Ubuntu Software Center: Microsoft Windows Compatibility Layer (meta-package) Wine Windows Program Loader I think it was the 2nd one that actually worked to get the whole package installed. EDIT: Check out this answer which explains how ...


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There were lots of hackish solutions posted in this thread. Here's a much better solution that deals with multiple files and with spaces in filenames: Exec=/usr/bin/env bash -c "printf 'z:%%q\\n' %F | WINEPREFIX='/home/<your username>/.wine' xargs wine 'C:\\Path\\to the executable\\app.exe'" Create the .desktop file as you usually do, and simply use ...


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You can set the video memory size as your graphics card supports with winetricks like this: winetricks videomemorysize=2048 2048 is the video memory size in MB. You may need to install winetricks: sudo apt-get install winetricks


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I too have been working hard on hacking my way through this. I finally got the game to run when I figured out that my graphics card drivers weren't doing me any favors (literally) kill and or remove all your video card drivers and reinstall ones you're absolutely sure are correct. All the other workarounds that I tried wouldn't get me passed the launcher. ...


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OP here, I decided 'screw it', and forced Adobe to cancel my creative cloud plan without a fee and bought CS6 from a re-seller. Adobe will never add support for Linux, so there really isn't a point :/


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I was just about to have the same problem. This command in terminal helped me. Press Ctrl + Alt + t and then write the following: ps -x | grep C: | awk '{print $1}' | xargs kill


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I read somewhere that if you log in to the asset store from unity installed on a windows machine then it will subsequently work on unix machines (can't find the link but it wasn't my idea). I tried it and it does appear to work. I've just downloaded my first asset from the asset store on unity/wine without getting a 401. (There's no requirement for it to ...


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Try each of them before installing. Some may produce errors. sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get remove wine sudo apt-get autoclean clean sudo apt-add-repository ppa:ubuntu-wine/ppa then sudo apt-get update then sudo apt-get install wine1.7 Lastly, if nothing works, try installing aptitude instead of apt-get.: Install Aptitude: sudo apt-get install ...


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I've written a script to fix this and other problems with MSO in Unity. https://ubuntulogia.wordpress.com/2015/01/25/fix_mso_unity/ It works for me, but any suggestions are welcome. If someone test it and found any improvements, please share it to me. To run the script, you must copy the code in a text file (using gedit, for example), and save it. Then, you ...


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It seems to be a problem with the (Ubuntu) wine package. Installing both, the wine1.7 and the wine-mono4.5.4 package, from the wine PPA, works. The steps are as follows: Remove the (Ubuntu) wine package (if it is installed): sudo apt-get remove --purge wine Add the wine PPA to the package repositories: sudo add-apt-repository ppa:ubuntu-wine/ppa ...


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From the WineHQ - About Wine page: Wine began in 1993 under the initial coordination of Bob Amstadt as a way to support running Windows 3.1 programs on Linux. Very early on, leadership over Wine's development passed to Alexandre Julliard, who has managed the project ever since. Over the years, as the Windows API and applications have evolved to ...


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I looked in the "configure Wine" window, but to change the C directory is greyed out: Simple solution: a link What simply works however is: Move the folder drive_c from ~/.wine/ to any accesible location of your choice (The c-drive is probably what you really want to move, since applications are stored in that directory) Make a link from there into the ...


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Here the steps: Open up Terminal. Type cd /etc/apt Type sudo gedit sources.list In the editor, replace all the country domain names with your country domain. For instance, if you have lines like following: deb http://us.archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/ trusty main restricted deb-src http://us.archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/ trusty main restricted replace us ...


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Based on the literature, HTML 404 error means that your computer can communicate with the remote server but the server can not provide the file that is requested. It seams that the internet connection is OK. The solution would be mentioned in your error message as: Unable to fetch some archives, maybe run apt-get update or try with --fix-missing? Make ...


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Warning: You're going to change advanced boot parameters for Ubuntu. Make a system backup first! Press Ctrl+Alt+T and type the following command: gksudo gedit /etc/default/grub Find the line starting with GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX_DEFAULT and append atkbd.reset to its end. For example: GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX_DEFAULT="quiet splash atkbd.reset" Save the file and ...


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Civ 5 has a version for Linux. Try installing Steam for Linux and then installing Civ 5 there. You may actually get better performance this way too!


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The solutions indicated here do not solve the issue in Cinnamon. This is a bug in Cinnamon which is tracked under https://github.com/linuxmint/Cinnamon/issues/581 This issue remains in Cinnamon 2.4.5 With multiple applications running under wine, this issue creates confusion. Possible workarounds: (i) Use a dock (such as docky) where this issue is not ...


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Got ot this link : Using Wine from Terminal OR Invoke a wine installed application from command line Second link is more likely to be your answer. Update: Cygwin could be the answer to your question. Just go through following links: Download setup Cygwin x86 OR Cygwin x64. For Installation Guideline For User's Guide For Documentation


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Please try running sudo apt-get -f and/or sudo apt-get update followed by sudo apt-get dist-upgrade and - if no errors occured - try installing wine again and inform us what happened. Greetings!


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The easiest way to install Evernote is to install PlayOnLinux first, then download the Evernote executable, then open PlayOnLinux and install Evernote as an "other application". However, lately, Evernote under Wine has been complaining that it can't reach the server. This is supposed to be due to a lack of support of TLS. PlayOnLinux may be able to correct ...


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you need to reinstall package ttf-mscorefonts-installer because by default the license for this package is not accepted, you need to manually accept the license for this package."Microsoft's core fonts package has unmet dependencies in wine. "first remove them from your system as sudo apt-get remove ttf-mscorefonts-installer then re-install sudo apt-get ...


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You can try one of the following: sudo apt-get -f install To force install the dependencies and such. Or try installing it via the Ubuntu Wine Team PPA: sudo add-apt-repository ppa:ubuntu-wine/ppa sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install wine1.7


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Try to install directly the last version: sudo apt-get install wine1.7 or (previous version): sudo apt-get install wine1.6


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Symlink /root/.wine -> /home/ubuntu/.wine https://bugs.winehq.org/show_bug.cgi?id=30647


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Some things to change , then reboot, then test again: Turn off power management: gsettings set org.gnome.settings-daemon.plugins.power active false Free up disk space: You need at least 10% free disk space, (20% would even be better) then look at this Q&A how to defragment your drive. Install the xorg.edgers PPA While rebooting, go into the BIOS and ...


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Photoshop CC is now working by installing following libraries in POL: POL_Call POL_Install_atmlib POL_Call POL_Install_corefonts POL_Call POL_Install_FontsSmoothRGB POL_Call POL_Install_gdiplus POL_Call POL_Install_msxml3 POL_Call POL_Install_msxml6 POL_Call POL_Install_tahoma2 POL_Call POL_Install_vcrun2008 POL_Call POL_Install_vcrun2010


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Seems to be an issue common to NEST Trader. It seems rather niche and the bug hasn't been that active because there aren't enough Wine developers who use it. That's just the way things can be in open source some times. You have a few options: Ask Omnesys to improve their software so that it works on Wine (or even release a native client) Find and pay ...


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Install dependencies sudo apt-get purge openjdk* sudo add-apt-repository ppa:webupd8team/java sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install oracle-java7-installer sudo apt-get install oracle-java7-set-default Install PhpStorm wget http://download-cf.jetbrains.com/webide/PhpStorm-7.1.3.tar.gz tar -xvf PhpStorm-7.1.3.tar.gz cd ...


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Using information gathered from everybody here, as well as some more researching, I've created a PPA as an easier fix for this issue sudo apt-add-repository ppa:dwrj87/fglrxfix sudo apt-get update and then sudo apt-get install fglrx or sudo apt-get install fglrx-updates


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The link which you provided would have given you the Linux version. You need the Windows version, here is the download link for Java 1.6.0 as you specified you wanted: http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/java/javase/downloads/java-archive-downloads-javase6-419409.html#jre-6u45-oth-JPR You will need to click the Accept License Agreement radio button before it ...


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You downloaded the wrong Java file, and the link you used didn't help. The correct link to download the Java file you wanted to run your game is: Java Downloads for Windows. The installation instructions are available at the official What is the offline method for downloading and installing Java for a Windows computer? webpage.


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You can start apps with wine through the comand wine start /Unix "/absolute/path/to/file.exe" or wine start 'C:\absolute\path\to\file.exe'. And you can create program links even in dash to find by creating a new *.desktop in the /usr/share/applictions folder. So, do that and write into that file: [Desktop Entry] Name=Evernote Icon=/path/to/icon ...


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Try installing it on the command line. In a Terminal, type wine /path/to/installer.exe and report any errors in the terminal output.


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Sorry, but I am not familiar with wine as well as I don't know your program Pokerstars, but I use PokerTH from the Ubuntu Software Center. If you can't get yours running, maybe you want to try this free alternative. It has an AI (offline games against up to 9 players), network multiplayer mode and internet gaming (poker-heroes.com - restricted usage without ...


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I installed, or at least tried to install Wine on my chromebook and it just wouldn't work. It appears the chrome flavor of linux is bastardized to not comply with wine, and I suspect this limitation was intentional on the part of Google, but I admit that is speculation.


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Execute the following commands one by one, in a terminal window ( Ctrl+Alt+T ) : sudo apt-get upgrade && sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get dist-upgrade sudo apt-get autoremove sudo apt-get autoclean and then run, sudo apt-get install wine to install Wine on your Ubuntu.


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I solved this thanks to an answer posted on the forums (answer by Metaph on page 2). Before playing the game, just do: $ sudo sh -c "echo 0 > /proc/sys/net/ipv4/tcp_timestamps" Note that this may have a negative impact on your browsing experience (e.g. slower streaming), so you should turn it back on once you've finished playing, and I strongly ...


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You can run windows in Virtual Box, but you will have to buy a windows license.


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I do the same thing, apparently it's a server-side issue. Firstly, using some google Zen skills, I found this: https://downdetector.com/status/league-of-legends. Also, pinging the login server my Box tried to connect to gives some strange results: % ping 185.40.64.65 PING 185.40.64.65 (185.40.64.65) 56(84) bytes of data. 64 bytes from 185.40.64.65: ...


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Well, you need to install the .NET Framework then in Wine. More information on that can be found here: https://appdb.winehq.org/objectManager.php?sClass=version&iId=17886


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I encountered the same pop-up window yesterday, but fortunately I didn't proceed with the install. This is apparently a known issue, and an explanation is available at nvidia-libopencl1-331 has to be removed before installing WINE. That procedure goes a bit over my head, but I followed it anyway and I was able to install wine without messing up my Nvidia ...


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You don't need to use Universal USB Installer in linux, there are plenty of linux tools to create bootable USB's. I like the multi-boot usb method, described here on Arch's Wiki or here on pendrivelinux.com, for many distros you just copy the ISO file onto the usb and edit grub.cfg. Cliff notes instructions are: Mount the usb Install grub grub-install ...


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run winecfg go to the "Drives" tab click "Add..." chose your favorite letter find the "Path:" text field and click the "Browse..." button next to that find wherever your operating system has mounted the flash drive. In Ubuntu it'll be under /media select your flash drive's mount point (if you're using YUMI it'll probably be called "MULTIBOOT". click "OK" ...


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Try going to game settings under the options menu and mark "Launch 32-bit client (Instead of 64-bit)". It seems the 64 bit one fails at the gate, at least for me.


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Answer 1: x86 denotes 32-bit machine architecture. amd64 denotes 64-bit machine architecture. Answer 2: Depends. x86 is reliable for 32-bit games. amd64 is reliable for 64-bit games. Postscript: amd64 is commonly referred to as x64. The previously used 64-bit version was designed by the Intel corp which was called as x86-64. ...


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Because AMD was the first to develop a 64-bit processor, we still call a 64-bit version "AMD64" today although there are more Intel 64-bit processors today then AMD ones. "x86" is for 32 bit machines only. So which is "more reliable for gaming", depends on the game: 32 bit or 64-bit?



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