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Testing for Continuum-wine 0.2 is now open. I hope that I have increased the portability of this version as much as I think I have. It now runs with ubuntu 6.06, and should be compatible with any other Linux system. Just "extract here" and start the shell script in the Continuum-wine folder. Per the previous instructions, it's not a good idea to run this from a command prompt because of the environment you would be trying to run it in.

The the only real problem that I have had with running this is the screen depth problems. As with the previous version, make certain you are running continuum in the same screen depth your Xwindows session is running in. If you are running Continuum in 16 bit and your Xwin session is 24 bit your are going to have terrible frame rates.

While testing on ubuntu I noticed there is no way to change the screen depth using "Screen Resolution" so the change will have to be made manually to run in 16 bit mode (optimal for frame rate.) To change the screen depth in ubuntu, console window enter:

sudo gedit /etc/X11/xorg.conf

find the line
DefaultDepth 24
and change to
DefaultDepth 16

*Optionally add 1280x1024 screen resolution.
SubSection "Display"
Depth 16
Modes "1280x1024" "1024x768" "800x600" "720x400" "640x480"

Restart X by pressing Ctrl+alt+Backspace

To Do

  • Start work on Direct 3D engine, optimize 2D rendering
  • Change startup scripts to increase portability and not limit to $HOME/Continuum-wine

Change Log

Continuum-wine 0.2.1

  • Removed non-functional desktop links
  • Revised startup scripts to shorten search

Continuum-wine 0.2

  • Compiled with updated wine source 0.9.21
  • Improved startup scripts
  • Included .wine configuration directory
  • Added arial.ttf to wine configuration

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