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Author Topic: wine - cedega question  (Read 935 times)
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« on: March 05, 2008, 06:53:49 am »

After  several weeks of trying to get cedega to work for games, and getting no answere to my question to 'cedega tech support', I finally gave up and cleaned cedega off my system.  I had been playing Call of Duty using liflg installers which I assume is using 'wine' for playing.

My problem now is:  when I type "codsp* " to start the game I get an error mesg.
rebel:$ ./codsp*
Wine(X)/Cedega not in your PATH

The 'locate' command shows absolutely no trace of 'cedega' anywhere on my HD.  And yes, I did the 'updatebd' command to make sure.

I have the latest 'Wine' upgrade, so at this point I'm at a loss as to what to do expect ask here on the forum.   Wink  Maybe, did the wine upgrade mess me up?,  Unfortunately I have no Idea what 'wine' ver I was using before I upgraded.

Hopefully someone can help me on this one.


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