Also, even if I do find them, how would I run them/install them?
If they are not native linux applications or run on steam for linux,
then look at codeweavers crossover games and see if they work on that.
There is a trial version but is a more refined version of wine with
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Thanks for the hints. I figured out through some knowledge, that you and the community taught me, that all I had to do was extract my downloaded files to my /home/ folder and then find the .exe files. Once I found them all I had to do was double click, and the tech demos would pop right up. I’ll be posting a new thread in the hardware section regarding my video cards because the tech demos (all three) render wrong colors and weird shades of yellow/green. Anyway, thanks for the input. rotfl!
On Tue, 07 Apr 2015 02:36:00 +0000, malcolmlewis wrote:
> codeweavers crossover games
FYI, CodeWeavers no longer offers the “games” package separately - it’s
been rolled into the main CrossOver product, as I recall (I am licensed
for it, and remember asking about games support and ISTR that was the
answer I got)