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Thread: Direct3D 9 Support Released For Linux Via Gallium3D, Running Games

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ramiliez View Post
    You could try Sabayon they even include winetricks and Skype in their base repos.
    What's special about including winetricks?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kostas View Post
    What's special about including winetricks?
    Distros who engage in politics do not have it try: yum search winetricks

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    My Radeon 4850 box is only used for Civilization V since it went on sale on steam.. it's the reason I upgraded to Linux 3.11rc3 and the latest mesa to try to get improved performance. If someone makes a ppa for this, I'll totally use it.

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    Whatever happened to the DX9 state tracker? Anyway for us to get the modified Wine and test it out?

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    So, how can I install the Direct3D 9 state tracker?

    and I would like to see benchmarks of this patch enabled against the default wine (if its possible).

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    Quote Originally Posted by edoantonioco View Post
    So, how can I install the Direct3D 9 state tracker?

    and I would like to see benchmarks of this patch enabled against the default wine (if its possible).
    usedul links
    http://lists.freedesktop.org/archive...ly/041900.html
    quickstart howto
    https://github.com/chrisbmr/Mesa-3D/...rs/nine/README

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ramiliez View Post
    Distros who engage in politics do not have it try: yum search winetricks
    Distros who engage in politics at the cost of end user experience should die. Like yesterday.

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