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PostPosted: Tue Dec 28, 2004 5:13 am 
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Dapper Dan wrote:
Were you able to open the password program under Linux in order to open the TC-Isle or did you have to have Windows assistance like me? That's the only part of TC-Isle level I couldn't get to open with Cedega/Winex.

No, I can't. :( My laptop has Win98/Mdk9.2 dual boot so that I can extract&install TC-Isle in Windows then play it in Linux. And I use the winex 3.3.1 rpm from http://ivanleo.spedia.net/ , perhaps now it's time I shall try the cvs-20041223 version on that site...


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MP you could use the CVS version of Cedega/Winex like yochenhsieh has and it wouldn't cost a thing.

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Dapper Dan wrote:
MP you could use the CVS version of Cedega/Winex like yochenhsieh has and it wouldn't cost a thing.

Mmmm... I can't run Trespasser with the Cedega-cvs on my laptop, and therefore I switch back to WineX-3.3.1...
Dan, I noticed that when I run TC-Isle&TresED with Winex, they wrote new tpass.ini&tresed.ini in my home directory and didn't read the original *.ini files. Did that happen to you as well? :?


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This is an area I'm not familiar with. How would I know that it wrote new ones? Would it help to post the contents of my .ini files here? I think I know where they are.

yochenhsieh, are you notiicing tremendous stability when running TresEd under Winex? IsToR and I did a few experiments running TresEd under Linux, and never could get it to crash! :)

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yochenhsieh wrote:
Dapper Dan wrote:
I can't run Trespasser with the Cedega-cvs on my laptop, and therefore I switch back to WineX-3.3.1...

If I'm remembering correctly, there seems to be at least one early version of Cedega that wouldn't allow you to even load the game. I'm not sure I remember which one. The next release came out pretty quickly and ran Trespasser very well, so I was then happy. The latest version, 4.2 is the best yet! :yes:

yochenhsieh, you should send Transgaming.com your screenshots of Trespasser running under Winex. They are always wanting screenshots of games running successfully with it to post on their website, and I never did send them one of the actually game running.

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Dapper Dan wrote:
This is an area I'm not familiar with. How would I know that it wrote new ones? Would it help to post the contents of my .ini files here? I think I know where they are.

By default(in Windows), Trespasser demo(TC-Isle) & TresED write *.ini file in the same directory where the *.exe is. For example, I installed TC-Isle at "D:\TC-Isle" and it created "D:\TC-Isle\tpass.ini". After I run TC-Isle in Linux and changed my settings, I found a new tpass.ini in my home and the original tpass.ini wasn't modified.
So, just check where you installed TC-Isle at and where is the tpass.ini which has your settings... :)


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Here's my tpass.ini for TC-Isle...
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[Settings]
Safemode=0
Auto Settings=1
RenderQuality=4
Std Console=1
Physics Stats=1
Hardware.txt=1
DWI Trespasser FINDER=1
D3D GUID=E03DE684AA46CF11816F0000C020156EAA
Width=800
Height=600
AutoLoad Temp=0
XView=0
YView=0
Registry Init=1
Max Recommended Tex Dim=128
Use D3D=1
GUIAPP=1
Video GUID=0000000000000000000000000000000000
D3D GUID=E03DE684AA46CF11816F0000C020156EAA
Video Driver=DirectDraw HAL (display)
Z Buffer Bitdepth=16
Hardware Water=1
Page Managed=1
Triple Buffer=1
Dither=1
PlaySFX=-1
PlayAmbient=-1
PlayVoiceOver=-1
PlayMusic=-1
UseSubTitles=0
AudioEnable3D=-1
DDrawCertIgnore=1
Gamma=9
Gore=2
InvertMouse=0
KeyMap=2000000040000000020000008000000000000000
100000001100000008000000010000002000000051000000
010000001000000002000000450000000001000046000000
000400005200000000020000570000000000000100000000
0000000253000000000000044100000000000008440000000
0000010C2
D3D Filter Caches=
Video Card Type=
Video Card Name=
Video Name=
Video Description=
D3D Name=
D3D Description=

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Maybe I didn't explain it in the right direction... :?
If you have TC-Isle installed at "/somewhere/TC-Isle", it should read and write "/somewhere/TC-Isle/tpass.ini" like it should did in Windows. However, in my case, it created a new ini file "/home/user/tpass.ini" and all my settings were saved there.
If you're not sure how to check that, just run TC-isle and change your settings, then find out which file has your changes.

It's convenient that different users have their own settings in their home directory. I can also run the game in Windows&Linux with different settings. :)


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There's one in my home directory too. Never noticed that before.

Code:
[Settings]
Safemode=0
Auto Settings=1
RenderQuality=4
Width=1024
Height=768
AutoLoad Temp=0
XView=0
YView=0
Gamma=6
Registry Init=1
Max Recommended Tex Dim=128
Use D3D=1
Video GUID=0000000000000000000000000000000000
D3D GUID=E03DE684AA46CF11816F0000C020156EAA
Video Driver=DirectDraw HAL (display)
Z Buffer Bitdepth=16
Hardware Water=1
Page Managed=1
Triple Buffer=1
Dither=1

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