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Old 06 August 2007, 20:59   #267
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Originally Posted by frostwork View Post
thanks a lot DamienD for a copy!!!
No problem

Originally Posted by frostwork View Post
fortunately i have no windows installation on my computer -
but unfortunately i have some problems getting the dvd running under my
gentoo x86 via wine.
wine settings are very default.
when running "wine SETUP.EXE" from the SNES dir i get :
ALSA lib conf.c:3949snd_config_expand) Unknown parameters 0
ALSA lib control.c:909snd_ctl_open_noupdate) Invalid CTL default:0
fixme:wave:ALSA_AddCaptureDevice Add support for DSCapture
(alsa stuff above is very likely not the problem, as i also get it when starting winecfg)

Warning: unprotecting memory to allow real-mode calls.
NULL pointer accesses will no longer be caught.

any wine expert around who can help to get this baby working?

can't wait to get it rocking
Unfortunately I've never had any experience with WINE. I wish I did so I could understand exactly what's going on.

Only tested this DVD using Windows 2000 and Windows XP.

I also doubt that the error relating to sound has anything to do with the SNES DVD as no sound is played after launching the initial "graphic", SETUP.EXE or README.EXE...

The SETUP.EXE does try to create some directories i.e. C:\SNES\SAVES, copy across a shortcut to the "Windows - All Users" Desktop i.e. C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Desktop (for English users) and also copy files / folders to a HDD partition if you select options through the menus.

From the PM you've sent me though you said that the SETUP.EXE doesn't even launch

I'm not sure what to suggest, hopefully somebody else who has a copy of my SNES DVD and access / experience with WINE can assist?

Alternatively, if somebody has Gentoo x86 / WINE and would like a copy to see if they can work out more then please PM me.

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