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Comment: Re:Anyone Running Windows Steam Through Wine? (Score 1) 178

by cciechad (#49320087) Attached to: Gaming On Linux With Newest AMD Catalyst Driver Remains Slow
FNV works well on Wine with a couple of exceptions. 1. No sound for gunshots only(you can hear the slide and the action but no fire). 2. Cant use the 4GB patched version(this appears to be Steam's fault and not Wine's. Steam is doing some stupid checking on the executable. As to other games YMMV. Some perform better some perform a bit worse than on windows and there are usually just little annoyances.

Comment: Re:RMS mentions a comparable situation (Score 1) 266

by cciechad (#46610043) Attached to: Ask Slashdot: How To Handle Unfixed Linux Accessibility Bugs?
Your free to distribute your patches separately or fork the project if you don't like the way its going. My distro Gentoo does this all the time when there are patches that upstream doesn't want to accept. It could also be your fault I can see developers not wanting to accept patches that aren't coded well or don't follow thier vision for the architecture. So since you can fork or distribute patches what are you complaining about?

It is masked but always present. I don't know who built to it. It came before the first kernel.

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