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There's no Wine for 64 bit?

Just download the compiled at http://www.getdeb.net
I think there's 64 bit version..

Still wondering why OpenGL won't work
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Speaking of Wine and installing software. Instead of getting possibly not-updated version by downloading this deb... Run your terminal and type:
sudo apt-get wine
Type your password (unix isn't showing your password even as stars when typing), and hit enter.
Voila.

Also, if someone wants to play game that doesn't support ogl:
http://lubuntu.wordpress.com/2007/08/18/instalacja-cedega-cvs/
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BagnoGamer wrote:

Speaking of Wine and installing software. Instead of getting possibly not-updated version by downloading this deb... Run your terminal and type:
sudo apt-get wine
Type your password (unix isn't showing your password even as stars when typing), and hit enter.
Voila.

Also, if someone wants to play game that doesn't support ogl:
http://lubuntu.wordpress.com/2007/08/18/instalacja-cedega-cvs/
Yeah, I was wondering why people were downloading the .deb's manually.

Also, it's
sudo apt-get install wine
or aptitude instead of apt-get.

Different Linux distros have different package managers and thus require different commands, of course. I'm sure this doesn't work only for Ubuntu and variants.

KcLKcL, of course there's 64-bit wine. If you install wine using your package manager you'll probably get binaries with the same target as your kernel, so if you're on 64-bit you'll get a 64-bit wine.
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BagnoGamer wrote:

sudo apt-get wine
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actually, it's NOT up to date- wine is actually 1.125, as that one is just 1.0.1

KcLKcL wrote:

There's no Wine for 64 bit?

Just download the compiled at http://www.getdeb.net
I think there's 64 bit version..

Still wondering why OpenGL won't work
I already built from source - the .net framework doesn't want to be installed tho D:
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Agkaemon wrote:

BagnoGamer wrote:

sudo apt-get wine
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actually, it's NOT up to date- wine is actually 1.125, as that one is just 1.0.1
You need to add wine's repository. Ubuntu's repos don't have near the latest.

Agkaemon wrote:

BagnoGamer wrote:

sudo apt-get wine
]
actually, it's NOT up to date- wine is actually 1.125, as that one is just 1.0.1

KcLKcL wrote:

I already built from source - the .net framework doesn't want to be installed tho D:
Have you tried installing the 64-bit version of the .NET framework? Obviously, without the 32-bit DLL's needed, you can't install a 32-bit .NET.
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strager wrote:

Agkaemon wrote:

BagnoGamer wrote:

sudo apt-get wine
]
actually, it's NOT up to date- wine is actually 1.125, as that one is just 1.0.1
You need to add wine's repository. Ubuntu's repos don't have near the latest.

Agkaemon wrote:

BagnoGamer wrote:

sudo apt-get wine
]
actually, it's NOT up to date- wine is actually 1.125, as that one is just 1.0.1

KcLKcL wrote:

I already built from source - the .net framework doesn't want to be installed tho D:
Have you tried installing the 64-bit version of the .NET framework? Obviously, without the 32-bit DLL's needed, you can't install a 32-bit .NET.
Hmm, where can I find the 64bit .NET framework?

also, the .deb in first post is already out of date, try building from source
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Fedora 11, Osu! on wine works well.
At start it was really laggy, specially with sliders, but then I put this configuration:

AbsoluteScroll = 0
AutoChatHide = 1
Bloom = 0
ComboBurst = 0
ComboFire = 0
ComboFireHeight = 4
ChatAudibleHighlight = 1
ChatChannels =
ChatFilter = 0
ChatHighlightName = 1
ChatPrivateTabs = 1
ChatRemoveForeign = 0
ChatSortMode = 0
Display = 1
DisplayCityLocation = 0
DistanceSpacing = 0.8
DistanceSpacingEnabled = 1
EditorBeatDivisor = 1
EditorGridSize = 32
EditorSliderCurveType = 1
EditorTip = 0
FavouritesA =
FavouritesB =
FpsCounter = 0
FrameSync = 0
FrameSyncGl = 1
FriendsOnly = 0
Fullscreen = 0
Height = 600
HeightFullscreen = 768
HelpTips = 10000000000000000000
HighlightWords =
HitLighting = 0
HoverReturn = 1
HoverSelect = 0
keyDecreaseAudioOffset = OemMinus
keyFruitsDash = LeftShift
keyFruitsLeft = Left
keyFruitsRight = Right
keyIncreaseAudioOffset = OemPlus
keyOsuLeft = Z
keyOsuRight = X
keyPause = Escape
keyScreenshot = F12
keySkip = Space
keyTaikoInnerLeft = X
keyTaikoInnerRight = C
keyTaikoOuterLeft = Z
keyTaikoOuterRight = V
keyToggleChat = F8
keyToggleExtendedChat = F9
keyToggleFrameLimiter = F7
keyToggleScoreboard = Tab
Language = es
LobbyPlayMode = -1
LobbyShowExistingOnly = 0
LobbyShowFull = 0
LobbyShowPassworded = 1
MenuTip = 8
MouseDisableButtons = 0
MouseDisableWheel = 0
MouseSpeed = 1.1
MsnIntegration = 0
NotifySubmittedThread = 1
Offset = 0
OnlineDefault = 1
PopupDuringGameplay = 0
ProgressBarType = 1
Renderer = d3d
SaveReplay = 0
ScoreboardVisible = 1
ScreenshotFormat = 1
ScreenshotId = 0
ShowSpectators = 1
Skin = Default
SkinSamples = 1
SkipTablet = 0
SnakingSliders = 0
Tablet = 0
Ticker = 0
TreeSortMode = Search
TreeSortMode2 = Artist
Username = Darkma
UseTaikoSkin = 1
Video = 1
VolumeEffect = 80
VolumeMusic = 80
VolumeUniversal = 100
Width = 800
WidthFullscreen = 1024
Wiimote = 0
YahooIntegration = 0
Well, I could play, but when I restart the game, it doesn't works.

This is what Wine says:
fixme:thread:NtQueryInformationThread info class 9 not supported yet
fixme:thread:NtQueryInformationThread info class 9 not supported yet
fixme:thread:NtQueryInformationThread info class 9 not supported yet
fixme:thread:NtQueryInformationThread info class 9 not supported yet
But this is a good start, I took a few screenshots:




Someone knows how to fix this?
Sometimes the game starts, but for a few seconds, and then it freezes.

(Sorry about my bad english :P)

EDIT:

It seems that my problem can be fixed using this:
$ killall wineserver && killall explorer.exe
So... yay! Osu! on Linux! :D
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I will try that settings. Thanks for sharing us here. If it's works I'll update this post.
BTW guys, If you want to download compiled .deb packages, It's here http://wine.budgetdedicated.com/archive/index.html
It has the latest 1.1.25 though :D
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KcLKcL wrote:

I will try that settings. Thanks for sharing us here. If it's works I'll update this post.
BTW guys, If you want to download compiled .deb packages, It's here http://wine.budgetdedicated.com/archive/index.html
It has the latest 1.1.25 though :D
1.1.25 worked for me :)
.net framework and everything, so yeah, awesome thanks
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What about Mono.net
http://www.mono-project.com/Main_Page

It's bee under a lot of development in the past year from what I gather, and might run Osu! now
Has anyone tried version 2.4 and gotten Osu! to run? I would try it myself but I'm rather limited right now...temporary computer! =(
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chaosanime wrote:

What about Mono.net
http://www.mono-project.com/Main_Page

It's bee under a lot of development in the past year from what I gather, and might run Osu! now
Has anyone tried version 2.4 and gotten Osu! to run? I would try it myself but I'm rather limited right now...temporary computer! =(
I tried 3 things, granted I am on OSX and not on ubuntu. I tried running osu through wine via this tutorial with no dice. I tried running it through crossover with no dice. I also tried running it through mono on OS X and it gave me this error:


Unhandled Exception: System.TypeInitializationException: An exception was thrown by the type initializer for <Module> ---> System.InvalidProgramException: Invalid IL code in #v.#u:#nj (): IL_0015: callvirt 0x0a0005d1


It seems to me though that osu! could be easily adapted to work with mono and therefore work on windows / linux / mac without the need for specific OS ports.
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prosive wrote:

It seems to me though that osu! could be easily adapted to work with mono and therefore work on windows / linux / mac without the need for specific OS ports.
If it was easy, it would have been done already. (And I'm not making that up...)
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strager wrote:

prosive wrote:

It seems to me though that osu! could be easily adapted to work with mono and therefore work on windows / linux / mac without the need for specific OS ports.
If it was easy, it would have been done already. (And I'm not making that up...)
You are probably right. Honestly it doesn't matter for me since i have 3 computers running ubuntu / OS X / Windows. However, some of my friends want to play and only own macs. The virtual box set up is painful at best, so I'm very curious as to why the wine set up doesn't work on my os x machine. I applied the same winetricks and everything, just corefonts and dotnet20. Is there something I am missing?

Also is there any way to bottle up a fresh working install of osu! on wine and distribute it? Like for example, later when I get time I am going to try to run osu! on my ubuntu machine, if I get it working, could I potentially just port the bottle over to my os x machine and try it out?
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I'm running Ubuntu 9.04 and can't get the game to run using the instructions provided. When I try to install the game the files begin to copy, then the installation crashes. The files that do transfer are below.

Any advice?

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prosive wrote:

Also is there any way to bottle up a fresh working install of osu! on wine and distribute it? Like for example, later when I get time I am going to try to run osu! on my ubuntu machine, if I get it working, could I potentially just port the bottle over to my os x machine and try it out?
There's nothing special about osu! installs. You can copy an installation anywhere and run it from any computer (assuming the configuration is compatible across the systems).
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tinkyxiii, try installing on Windows and copy it over.

For me...
Application has generated an exception that could not be handled.

Process ID=0x19 (25), Thread ID=0x1a (26).

Click OK to terminate the application.
Click CANCEL to debug the application.
Click OK and...
The program osu!.exe has encountered a serious problem
and needs to close. We are sorry for the inconvenience.

Blah blah blah http://appdb.winehq.org blah blah blah

Blah blah blah blah blah blah http://bugs.winehq.org.
...and nothing else.
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