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How to run games with debug option?

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demontager Thursday 18 June 2009 at 22:21

Sorry, if ask again. I need to run game from POL and check how it goes in terminal like in Wine or .log file like in cedega. Because I have a problems with running of some games and i want to trace a reason. How can i do that?

My github: https://github.com/Demontager
Ghostofkendo Thursday 18 June 2009 at 23:08

Hello demontager,

To trace the execution of an application, you just need to run PlayOnLinux from a terminal, with playonlinuxThus, you'll see POL and Wine outputs in the terminal.


P.S: It's your first message so I forget all about this but next time, you'd better be more polite ("Hello", "Goodbye/Thank", etc.) if you want to get an answer ;-)
demontager Friday 19 June 2009 at 7:40

Thanks for answer, but I have one note. Let say I have 3 games for example, and each of them use its specified wine version. 1 one - 1.1.14, 2nd-1.1.9, 3rd- 1.1.23. So I need to trace an errors on specifically chosen version. About running POL with executing "playonlinux" from terminal I know, but how can it defer witch Wine version I use? So it should be like that "playonlinux (specifieid Wine version) game.exe. And also I use Advanced Wine config plugin and how it could be applied in terminal as it set before in GUI?

My github: https://github.com/Demontager
Ghostofkendo Friday 19 June 2009 at 12:05

If you (or an installation script) sets that a given app must be run whit a given version of Wine, with our WineVersion tool (accessible via Tools > Manage Wine versions), then POL will automatically use that given version when you run that given app.
Does it answer your question?

And also I use Advanced Wine config plugin and how it could be applied in terminal as it set before in GUI?

Quote from demontager
I'm not sure to understand what you meant here :^^:.


P.S: A little tip: rather than running POL from a terminal with the "playonlinux" command and choosing what app to run from POL's GUI, you can run an app directly from the terminal with the following command: playonlinux --run "App name"
demontager Friday 19 June 2009 at 17:55

I run game from terminal with executing $playonlinux --run starter.exe, but it shows pop-up message indicating that program didn't installed(sorry, it in russian on screenshot). Why? If my game "Evil_Islands" installed in Playonlinux and I can run it freely from POL GUI?

And second, I saw "Debug Playonlinux" in POL GUI menu "Utilities" ( there also autostart, launch unofficial script, kill wineserver and manage wineversions), but how it works? Sorry i can't understand, I pressed it, but nothing happens.

And third, regarding Advanced wine config plugin, I mean I need keep all settings which made by it when I want execute game in terminal with specified Wine version.

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My github: https://github.com/Demontager
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