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Cedega 4.2.1 Review - Part 10
LinuxLinks Review
(3/10/05)
By Kevin E. Glosser

Fixes

  1. The solution to this issue is to DISABLE it. By editing the prelink configuration file in "/etc/sysconfig/prelink" and setting the appropriate variable to "no" this issue will be avoided.
  2. The solution to this issue is to DISABLE it. You can accomplish this by booting with a special kernel option or before running Cedega issuing a simple command. This solution unless automated will be required each time you run Cedega.
  3. The solution for this issue is to ENABLE it. This can be done by editing the configuration file by adding a line OR if you wish after each reboot before running Cedega.
  4. This issue is solved by replacing the "noexec" option with "exec" normally.
  5. Check your BIOS to make sure this is not an issue. In my opinion, it is very unlikely to be any cause of problem. Be careful if you decide to alter this BIOS setting.
  6. The solution is to patch the driver. As mentioned, I did find this unnecessary however. Your mileage may vary.
  7. This issue only occurs in certain games. TransGaming has information regarding which specific games it affects in their help documentation. You can check the list before you install the game to see if its listed as an issue.
  8. This solution relies on DISABLING pthreads IF it is an issue. There are two ways to accomplish it. One is by adding a command line switch to Cedega. The other consists of editing the Point2Play configuration file.
  9. If an issue, it is necessary to disable VBO.
  10. Simply install TransGaming's Active X control to fix the problem.

Glossary

Read ahead

1. Introduction
2. Test Environment
3. Installation
4. World of Warcraft
5. Half-Life 2
6. Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic
7. BlitzIn
8. Conclusion
9. Known Issues
10. Fixes
11. Glossary



Last Updated Wednesday, March 09 2005 @ 03:52 PM EST


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