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    Default wine and various games that I own

    Hi,
    I have games that I own like Morrowind 3 elders scroll, when I install these games with wine it tells me unload debugger error. I understand that this is reverse enginering copy right protection stuff, but is their any work-arounds for this? I own the game I should be able to play on any platform that I want. any help thanks ahead of time

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    Default Re: wine and various games that I own

    I've the same with FS9. It's a bug hopefully to be corrected soon. I alsway try the newest wine version.
    compile source ( readme )
    than when a veriosn is out,from the source directry: make uninstall

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    palladium NNTP User

    Default Re: wine and various games that I own

    mich04 wrote:
    > I own the game I should be able to play on any platform that I
    > want. any help thanks ahead of time


    M$, PlayStation, Wii and several others believe you can't purchase and
    own the right to play it wherever or however you want..

    so, there are some nice free and open source games which impose no
    such limits on your rights....give them a try and leave the
    ring-in-the-nose games behind, in your toy box and move forward to
    freedom..

    or, run them natively in the game systems (Win9x, XP, Vista, Win7)
    they were specifically designed for..

    see, the 'free' in Free Open Source Software (FOSS) doesn't mean only
    no purchase required, it means free to use, share, exchange, improve etc..

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    palladium

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    Default Re: wine and various games that I own

    are u fooling or can you post any evidence? I don't think M$ etc. can control where their apps are being installed.

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    palladium NNTP User

    Default Re: wine and various games that I own

    ahso wrote:
    > are u fooling or can you post any evidence? I don't think M$ etc. can
    > control where their apps are being installed.



    they certainly try through Digital Rights Management, registrations
    required to run networked games, and etc to keep you from (for
    example) playing XBox games on your atom laptop running Linux, or your
    amd server running OS/2, or your ppc Mac, or or or or or...

    or, perhaps you know how to do all of that *legally*...tell us about it..

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    palladium

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