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FarCry 3 - Installation

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marley_pt Thursday 25 December 2014 at 18:20
marley_pt

Hi Guys,

Could you help me installing FarCry 3 on PlayOnLinux ? 
I have installed, but i have a problem with the sound and mouse (only turns 180º).

I have see a video that the guy set mwo=disable and fixed the problem with the mouse for him, and the sound to alsa, how can i do that in POL???

Is there a script to run installation ???

It's urgenttttt !!!

 

Cumpz, MarleY


Ubuntu 14.04 (Diolinux Version)
PlayOnLinux 4.2.2
Nvidia 520MX - 6Gb ram - Intel i5
marley_pt Thursday 25 December 2014 at 20:00
marley_pt

I discovered how to set de mwo=disable (MouseWarpOverride), but doesnt fix my problem.

if i put the mwo to 

-enable: can move the mouse in menu, but in game just turn 180º

-disable: can move the mouse in menu, but in game just turn 180º

-force: can't move the mouse in menu, but in game turn 360º

 

Help me plz!


Ubuntu 14.04 (Diolinux Version)
PlayOnLinux 4.2.2
Nvidia 520MX - 6Gb ram - Intel i5
petch Friday 26 December 2014 at 9:10
petch
Developer

marley_pt Monday 29 December 2014 at 16:59
marley_pt

I'm new on ubuntu , so what should i do ?? 

 

Cump'z


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marley_pt Monday 29 December 2014 at 17:32
marley_pt

I already run on windowed mode ,and still no resolved the problem :(

Cump'z MarleY


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booman Monday 19 January 2015 at 23:27
booman

Try running Far Cry 3 in Fullscreen but make sure to enable "virtual desktop" in Wine configuration.
Set the "virtual desktop" resolution to match your Linux Desktop.

The game should appear fullscreen and the mouse should rotate your character 360 degrees


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Ronin DUSETTE Tuesday 20 January 2015 at 0:11
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If that does not work, refer to Petch's post about the actual Wine bug. I agree with Booman, as the virtual screen can fix that, but ideally Wine should be able to handle it without a virtual desktop. Ideally. ;)


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booman Tuesday 20 January 2015 at 0:52
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I wish Wine would handle the mouse.  Out of habit, I check "virtual desktop" and "capture mouse in fullscreen windows" for every game.  I hope one day Wine can handle windows and the mouse like it should.


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marley_pt Thursday 22 January 2015 at 1:27
marley_pt

 

Try running Far Cry 3 in Fullscreen but make sure to enable "virtual desktop" in Wine configuration.
Set the "virtual desktop" resolution to match your Linux Desktop.

The game should appear fullscreen and the mouse should rotate your character 360 degrees

 


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PlayOnLinux 4.2.2
Nvidia 520MX - 6Gb ram - Intel i5
Ronin DUSETTE Thursday 22 January 2015 at 1:52
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https://bugs.winehq.org/show_bug.cgi?id=33479


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ack0329 Sunday 15 February 2015 at 3:21
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Same problem here and the refernence to a wine buf in the previos post fixed the issue  -- THANKS

here is my laymans terms of the solution

FarCry 3 : Emulate a virtual desktop in winecfg does not work,
• you must to disable Fullscreen in this file (~//My Games/Far Cry 3/GamerProfile.xml)

- this means change

   - <GamerProfile>
    <SoundProfile MusicEnabled="1" MasterVolume="100" MicEnabled="1" IncomingVoiceEnabled="1" Language="english" />
    <RenderProfile MSAALevel="0" AlphaToCoverage="2" SSAOLevel="6" SDSM="0" ResolutionX="1920" ResolutionY="1080" Quality="low" QualityEditor="editor_ps3" Fullscreen="1"

... to ....Fullscreen="0"

Edytowane przez ack0329

booman Monday 16 February 2015 at 13:35
booman

Ah yes, I have done this with some games as well.  Edit options in a config file.  Sucks that you have to see the window border instead of appearing full screen


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hienz1 Tuesday 24 May 2016 at 16:15
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Hi guys, I'm sort of a noob with all this. I'm trying to install Far Cry 3 (retail PC-DVD version) on my machine using PlayOnLinux, and I'm able to execute the setup.exe file, but always hit a road block with the "missing" DATA10.CAB file. And thus the install always fails. How do I fix this?

I'm currently using Xubuntu 14.04, and the PlayOnLinux version is 4.2.2 . I've noticed that just before the install asks for the next disc (which is supposed to contain the missing file), this happens right after it installs the Italian language file - which is equally perplexing since I don't read/write/speak Italian. And the next Disc 2 only has PDF files on it. I have successfully installed and played this game on a Win 7 os - before I upgraded to Linux - so I know the retail discs work. I no longer have Win 7. I'm wondering if the missing data10.cab file is left out on purpose so as to force the owner to download it from Uplay as a form of anti-piracy. 

Or should I just get rid of that retail version and download a hacked "blackbox" version?


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booman Tuesday 24 May 2016 at 18:07
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The best thing you can do is copy all of the DVD files to a folder on the desktop and install it from there.
This way it won't need to enter multiple disks


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