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booman Monday 13 January 2014 at 14:04
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Wine developers have updated their stable release to 1.6.2 and Steam does work.

Previously there was an update to the Steam client that broke all versions of Wine.
1.7.8 was the newest version that worked, but the stable did not.
Now it works, but there is still a question of all the older versions of Wine.

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horsemanoffaith Saturday 18 January 2014 at 7:48
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Hey, Booman!! How's it goin? Thanks for posting this. I was trying to install Portal 2 using Steam, and I can't get it to work with 1.7.8, 1.7.9, or 1.7.10. It loads just fine, but when you start using your keyboard commands, the game freezes, then crashes. I tried 1.6.2, and it works perfectly!!! While I have your attention, I need your help. I have been trying to get Far Cry working, and nothing I try does any good. I have used my installation script, which has worked in the past, to no avail. I have used your guide, also to no avail. I even bought the Steam version of it, and still no luck. Perhaps you can steer me in the right direction and get it up and working for me.

Thanks,
Mike
booman Sunday 19 January 2014 at 14:53
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Sure, can you create new thread and post your specs (Distro, video card, wine versions)
The post the debug output for Far Cry
Maybe it will give us a clue why it isn't working.
I remember having problems, but they worked out and I posted everything in the guide.

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hego555 Sunday 19 January 2014 at 22:31
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Hey, Booman!! How's it goin? Thanks for posting this. I was trying to install Portal 2 using Steam, and I can't get it to work with 1.7.8, 1.7.9, or 1.7.10. It loads just fine, but when you start using your keyboard commands, the game freezes, then crashes. I tried 1.6.2, and it works perfectly!!! While I have your attention, I need your help. I have been trying to get Far Cry working, and nothing I try does any good. I have used my installation script, which has worked in the past, to no avail. I have used your guide, also to no avail. I even bought the Steam version of it, and still no luck. Perhaps you can steer me in the right direction and get it up and working for me.

Thanks,
Mike

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What do you mean keyboard commands, does it crash on key press?

horsemanoffaith Tuesday 21 January 2014 at 3:43
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What do you mean keyboard commands, does it crash on key press?

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Yes, press any button on the keyboard at any time while the game is loading (even the Valve splash screen), and the game crashes. It doesn't do this on 1.6.2
booman Tuesday 21 January 2014 at 19:17
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Thanks for posting that. I originally thought the Overlay was crashing games on launch, but I am testing Lost Planet and the game launches, loads and play until you touch the keyboard. Then it crashes.
The mouse works fine, but for some reason the keyboard will crash the game at any time

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horsemanoffaith Wednesday 22 January 2014 at 6:42
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No problem Booman. Try installing dinput and setting it to builtin then native. I had to do that for one of my games at one point because it was giving me the same symptoms. I can't remember what game it was, but once I installed that, everything worked correctly. Check out my new thread on Far Cry... perhaps you can help me out!
booman Wednesday 22 January 2014 at 17:29
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I tried that. Even xinput, but the real problem was the overlay.
Tried it this morning and disabling the overly in Steam allowed Lost Planet to run just fine.

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