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JointtiTonttu #1 Posted 28 June 2016 - 01:36 PM

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For the first time noticed;

http://worldoftanks...._programs/1311/

 

Great work! all around

Thanks for putting this out there :)

  As updating Nvidia drivers seemingly broke system, managed to break wine while reverting, went full retard when reading about configuration of wine, 64 and 32bits part, and inputted to bash "rm rf .wine...."

...

It happened, did it... again, but on the plus side had, for a few days, latest wine :)

 

While spending wast amounts of time trying to learn;

A) Correctly updating Nvidia, while preparing for worst

B) Correctly setting up Wine, having 64bit and using 32bit windows programs

C) Correctly updating kernel on crypted system, already have few new HDDs waiting to house clones just in case cause last time, Well, last time ;)

It is really refreshing to read so nicely written text!

   There's one thing that would like to point out and that's that link to "discuss on forums" leads to

"

Sorry, we couldn't find that!

Sorry, an error occurred. If you are unsure on how to use a feature, or don't know why you got this error message, try looking through the help files for more information."

 

Client is trickling at steady 1,4MB/s, had only one crash during initial DL but this later 5GB part seems to come without problems... soonish there will be epic RAGE about corridors, funnels, MM, RNG and small or otherwise cluttered maps.. maybe it will motivate to update :)

 

P.s. only torrent DL?      https://www.youtube....h?v=ztVMib1T4T4

P.p.s.  another crash during DL, not much data were lost but getting torrents back up required wineboot



JointtiTonttu #2 Posted 28 June 2016 - 03:21 PM

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DL went fine. Few crashes but OK.

 

First run gave;

fixme:msvcp:_Mtx_init unknown flags ignorred: 2
wine: Call from 0x7b83c3ae to unimplemented function msvcp110.dll.??0_Pad@std@@QAE@XZ, aborting
fixme:msvcrt:MSVCRT__set_abort_behavior _WRITE_CALL_REPORTFAULT unhandled
fixme:msvcrt:__clean_type_info_names_internal (0x1000b698) stub

 

Found easily enough solution from

https://bugs.winehq....ug.cgi?id=38600

Wine configuration -> Libraries tab -> add msvcp110 and mvvcr110 (native, builtin)

 

Runs OK and buggy graphics, from last update, are fixed but two things still badly off;

Screen flickers and stutters (windowed, full screen and emulated). Might be GTX660 and 352.63 drivers

How did you run client at truly custom resolution when in windowed-mode






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