Monday 20 October 2008 at 14:20 (3 comments)
For those who wish to test the new Google's browser: Chrome under Linux, I propose you a little sciprt.
It works perfectly for me.
A little screenshot:
Have a good day on PlayOnLinux's website.
Sunday 19 October 2008 at 23:15 (0 comments)
I've worked hard to update the following installer:
-Prey Patch 1.04
-The Elder Scrolls IV - Oblivion
-The Elder Scrolls IV - Knight of the nine
-The Elder Scrolls IV - Shivering Isle
-The Elder Scrolls IV - Oblivion Patch 1.2.0416
-S.T.A.L.K.E.R. - Shadow Of Chernobyl (german translation by Adrian 'otty' Fuhrmann)
-S.T.A.L.K.E.R. - Shadow Of Chernobyl patch 1.0006 (updated by Adrian 'otty' Fuhrmann)
you can enjoy these games/addons/patchs with POL v3
have a good game
Sunday 19 October 2008 at 15:54 (0 comments)
let me announce to you the update of the installer for Command & Conquer 3 - Tiberium War - Kane Edition
.It is now POLv3 compatible
The installer for the patch 1.09
has been updated as well and now supports 13 languages
For more details plesae check out the official topic HERE
have a good game,
Sunday 19 October 2008 at 14:41 (0 comments)
Ladies and Gentlemen I present to you what is considered as The best PC RPG of the year: The Witcher Enhanced Edition
You will play the most famous and feared witcher who reappears after so long but with you're memory gone.
You'll have to go and search for these lost memories and face the dangers lunrking in dark corners.
For more details please check out this topic
The following games are now available thanks to kjella
-Sam and Max 202: Moai Better Blues
-Sam and Max 203: Night of the Raving Dead
-Sam and Max 204: Chariots of the Dogs
-Sam and Max 205: What's New, Beelzebub?
-Strong Bad 101: Homestar Ruiner
-Strong Bad 102: Strong Badia the Free
-World in Conflict
have a good game
Monday 13 October 2008 at 22:23 (1 comments)
As you may have noticed, the Ubuntu and Debian repository wasn't working for a while.
It is now back but at an other address.
So you have to modify your source.list file, replacing: http://playonlinux.botux.
The key didn't change ;)
About the PlayOnLinux repository for Fedora, their is now a package at your disposal to automatically add it to your list.
The concerned package is here: http://www.mulx.net/rpm/playonlinux-yum-3-1.noarch.rpm
Wednesday 10 September 2008 at 17:36 (0 comments)
Here is a short news to announce PlayOnLinux 3.1's release.
The changes are:
- A bug with proxy server's support fixed
- The http://www.playonlinux.com/changelog.html
page is displayed after each update of PlayOnLinux, to inform the user of the changes
- Display of a mark (a number of stars) for each application depending on their popularity. This mark is automatically calculated from the collected statistics. Here is what it looks like:
- playonlinux-daemon, the new feature added in the beta. For those who didn't keep up with the development, see the beta's release news
- A fixed bug in wine version (If you had all Wine's versions, the window won't open)
- The #playonlinux-en channel added
- The Program Files directory bug is fixed (this directory is named differently in some languages, what was resulting in directory errors)
Sunday 7 September 2008 at 22:45 (1 comments)
Good evening everybody,
A new version of the Advanced Wine Configuration
plugin is now available, it brings 2 new options: Multisampling
and Mouse Warp Override
option allows, especially in conjunction with the fbo
one, to get a better rendering in some games like Half-Life 2
or the Prince of Persia
series, mainly with Nvidia cards. This option enables some improvements independently of the video card too.
-The Mouse Warp Override
option prevents the mouse's pointer to escape from your application's window even with Window Managers
(For information, Gnome
is a Desktop Environment
of which Metacity
is the Window Manager
You can even force this state, what can be useful with games of which videos allow the mouse's pointer to be moved.
You will find the plugin in the download section or directly HERE
Have a good game all
Sunday 7 September 2008 at 13:40 (0 comments)
Available since September 5th, 2008, here is the Wine's development release 1.1.4, an Open Source implementation of the Windows API on Unix.
This new release brings:
- Substantial chunks of WinHTTP are implemented.
- Beginnings of shell AppBar implementation.
- Several fixes for Google Chrome support.
- Chinese translations.
- Various bug fixes.
To see detailed release's note, go to the official announce's page
To download source code or binary packages for several systems and distributions:
Saturday 6 September 2008 at 23:25 (0 comments)
Here are several informations about the Chat (or IRC).
First of all, you most probably have noticed that the "PlayOnLinux" bot was "sporadically" present, from now on, the problem is fixed: we found an hosting, and it will be present 24h/24 (or it should be, at least).
In addition, public conversations are registered, and available at this address http://www.mulx.net/irc/
For your information, rules are applied in the channels, and you can read them here http://www.playonlinux.com/fr/irc-rules.html
Last information, the #playonlinux channel becomes multi-language, so you can speak French, English, German, etc.
If you want to talk with peoples of the same language only, join the associated channel (for example English => #playonlinux-en )
See you soon on irc.freenode.com
PS. If you wish to talk privately with the team, #playonlinux-staff is at your disposal.
PS2. The following page http://www.playonlinux.com/fr/chat.html
is available to access to the chat from your web browser.
Saturday 6 September 2008 at 16:45 (0 comments)
Hello dear POLians;
I announce via this news my departure from the team. I quit my role of website administrator
Well, I was more and more inactive on the website, from all the points of view, I think I was starting to be fed up. Recently, I had the choice to quit or to continue the project. Finding my presence useless, I decided to quit it. Nevertheless, I will be present if the team needs help. Moreover, being in sixth form, I decided to dedicate myself a lot more to my studies since I have pretty big projects
. I don't quit this project because I find it not promising enough; it's in continual progress and I'm convinced that, some day, every Linux user will know this project.
I will come occasionally and see how the project evolves
or even answer to questions on the forum.
I'll may not be missed since we can't say I was omnipresent on the forum
You will still be able to contact me at goku <at > playonlinux . com
With that, all the best with PlayOnLinux!
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