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WineVersion is back !

Sunday 11 October 2009 at 11:16 (0 comments)

I am glad to announce you that the issue we encountered with wine version server is fixed. All wine version will be available in few time (including the last wine package 1.1.31).

Sorry for the weekly downtime.

UDPATE: The packages are sent one per one, so it may takes a few time.

UPDATE: Direct X files, are back ! The wine package are always in upload status

Aymeric P.

WineVersion off-line

Tuesday 6 October 2009 at 22:48 (18 comments)

Hi,
     
To answer the many questions, assumptions, questioning.

Yes the server that hosts the Wine versions for PlayOnLinux and DirectX (and some other files) is offline and you are getting this message "Wine packages website is unavailable".

We are currently looking for a solution to this problem and hope to return as soon as possible to normal.
Sorry for any inconvenience caused.

EDIT by Tinou : The problem will be solved very soon. Please be patient.

Aymeric P.

Wine 1.1.30 (development version)

Monday 28 September 2009 at 17:52 (0 comments)

What changes does Wine 1.1.30 (What is Wine?), the latest development version, bring about:

- Support for OpenAL.
- Many improvements in HTML and JavaScript support.
- Many common controls fixes and improvements.
- More Direct3D 10 work.
- Better MAPI support.
- Various bug fixes.


A detailed list of all the changes is available on the official announcement page

To download the source code or binary packages for various systems and distributions use the following link:

Aymeric P.

WineVersion (some information)

Sunday 6 September 2009 at 17:13 (5 comments)

Following a change of environment building packages for Wine WineVersion, this versions have been updated:
- Wine 1.1.27
- Wine 1.1.28
- Wine 1.1.29

This update concerns the support of the GSM library, which is an audio compressor.
Unless you want to use this functionality in these versions of Wine, you do not need to re-install.


Wine version 1.1.29 (and probably the following) (will) uses the external library (libmpg123) to decode mp3 files (from changelog and configure script).
This library is not currently available in the build environment used.
Support decoding of mp3 files will probably may no longer work.
The installation of this library involves a loss of compatibility with distributions released before 2008 (Mandriva 2008.0 for example). Currently all distributions out since 2006 are compatible.

If the lack of MP3 support is a problem, unsupport certain distribution is also a problem. So I choose the support a maximum of distribution and leaves mp3 not supported
If he really need the mp3, there will be 2 packages, one with mp3 support but limited in distribution and package without supporting mp3 but working on more distribution

PLEASE: Run this program in console and paste the output here with the entire name of your distribution (only if nobody have post for your distribution, or if it's not the same output).
http://mulx.homelinux.net/pol/version.bin (binary (chmod +x version.bin && ./version.bin))
http://mulx.homelinux.net/pol/version.c (source code)

Thanks.

UPDATE: Ok thanks for every people that post their libc version provide by their distribution. You can always post, but I have found that I search.

Aymeric P.

Wine 1.1.29 (development version)

Sunday 6 September 2009 at 9:55 (0 comments)

What changes does Wine 1.1.29 (What is Wine?), the latest development version, bring about:

- Improved Gecko integration by using Wine's network layers.
- Use of external libmpg123 for mp3 decoding.
- Support for JPEG and PNG formats in WindowsCodecs.
- Many regression test fixes for Win64 and Windows 7.
- Various bug fixes.


A detailed list of all the changes is available on the official announcement page

To download the source code or binary packages for various systems and distributions use the following link:

Aymeric P.

Wine 1.1.28 (development version)

Friday 21 August 2009 at 19:26 (1 comments)

What changes does Wine 1.1.28 (What is Wine?), the latest development version, bring about:

- Support for IRDA protocol (protocol to exchange data over infrared light).
- Faster initial wineprefix creation.
- Axis remapping with evdev compatible joysticks (evdev is the Linux kernel's driver that manages input devices such as keyboards, mouses, etc.).
- More image formats in WindowsCodecs.
- Various bug fixes.


A detailed list of all the changes is available on the official announcement page


To download the source code or binary packages for various systems and distributions use the following link:

Ghostofkendo

Wine 1.1.26 (development version)

Saturday 18 July 2009 at 17:02 (1 comments)

What changes does Wine 1.1.26 (What is Wine?), the latest development version, bring about:

- Still more translation updates.
- Faster bitmap stretching using XRender.
- Proxy support in WinHTTP.
- Many more JScript functions.
- Various bug fixes.


A detailed list of all the changes is available on the official announcement page

To download the source code or binary packages for various systems and distributions use the following link:

Aymeric P.

PlayOnLinux version 3.6

Saturday 4 July 2009 at 22:46 (7 comments)

Hello everyone !!

A little news to announce that PlayOnLinux 3.6 is out.

- The novelty this time is the integration of winetricks (which has been modified for PlayOnLinux) by use of the "tricks" command.
This way script writers will be able to use it easily.

I also took this opportunity to clean out the code by deleting useless files and corrected minor bugs.

http://www.playonmac.com/en/download.html

by Tinou

marieuh

A new game available in Playonlinux: Age Of Empires 3

Wednesday 1 July 2009 at 13:25 (6 comments)

Age of Empires III moves the action to the New World, letting players lead a variety of European nations from the Age of Discovery through the Industrial Age. Eight playable nations battle across a wide variety of geographies -- from the swamps of Florida to the snowy passes of the Rocky Mountains. Players can recruit different Native American tribes and seize control of various trade routes. Material and technological support will be offered by the player's home city back in Europe.

source: www.ign.com



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For more detail check out the forum

NSLW

A new game available in Playonlinux: Supreme Commander/Supreme Commander Forged Alliance

Wednesday 1 July 2009 at 13:07 (1 comments)

The Infinite War
For a millennium, three opposing forces of humanity--the Cybran Nation, the Aeon Illuminate and the United Earth Federation--have fought a bitter and bloody war over conflicting and unwavering systems of belief. There is no room for compromise. No room for mercy. No room for anything but the complete eradication of anyone with opposing belief systems.
Labeled the Infinite War, this horrific conflict has shattered a once peaceful galaxy and only served to deepen the hatred and schisms between the three factions. Now, after centuries of struggle, the battle for supremacy has at long last reached a turning point. You are a Supreme Commander, and only you have the power to bring the Infinite War to an end once and for all.
The fate of the galaxy is in your hands.



[box title=SC_2]https://www.playonmac.com/images/uploads/111.jpg[/box][box title=SC_3]https://www.playonmac.com/images/uploads/112.jpg[/box][box title=SC_4]https://www.playonmac.com/images/uploads/113.jpg[/box]

For more detail check out the forum

NSLW

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