On Sat, 17 Jun 2017 09:56:01 +0000, plansuse wrote:
> plansuse;2826724 Wrote:
>> Dear Jim Henderson
>> Attach please find the errors snapshots for your review and feedback.
>> [image: /home/muhammadali/Desktop/Screenshot at 2017-06-17
>> /home/muhammadali/Desktop/Screenshot at 2017-06-17
>> kindly also guide me in solve the issue.
>> thanks for reply
> Sorry images where not uploaded, attach please find below.
> [image: https://ibb.co/f0mZ55][image: https://ibb.co/cZwZ55]
> in case images does no open follow following links.
I’d recommend running the native version rather than using WINE - WINE is
generally good for some apps, but if there’s a native version, the native
version is what you should use.
I don’t have the game myself; the point of my post was to suggest that
saying “I get an error” is not helpful if someone’s going to try to help
you. Specifying what the error is will be more likely to get you help.
But again, if there’s a native Linux version, use that rather than trying
to use a Windows version with WINE. The native version is likely to be
far more stable and usable.
I would also suggest the native version. I’m not sure how can you run WINE on an NTFS volume, on my computer, everything crashed when I tried to run them from Linux, while the games were on an NTFS volume. I think WINE does create it’s own emulated FS? It certainly creates a C : \ drive.
CSS runs badly under WINE emulators anyway. If you don’t want framerate drops, use native.