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Salvatos Monday 22 November 2010 at 21:18
SalvatosAnonymous
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Darwine version: 1.3.7
Distribution: Snow Leopard x64
Distribution: 10.6.5
Comments:
- The game runs a little better if you get rid of "unessential" effects like shadows and anti-aliasing.





Here is a preview of the game, made on Linux:



Have fun :sunglasses:
By GNU_Raziel

Disclaimer: I'm a noob, not a dev; my advice is only a guess.
Attention : Je suis aussi noob que vous, prenez mes suggestions avec un grain de sel ;)
joshuaali Saturday 27 November 2010 at 3:41
joshuaaliAnonymous

I have the Australian DVD. When I select the BLACK_OPS mount, PlayOnMac reports that it is "Unable to find the CD-ROM".

If I try to run the DVD directly, Steam reports that it's setting up system configurations but freezes at that point.
GNU_Raziel Saturday 27 November 2010 at 13:21
GNU_Raziel

I've made this installer with Digital Edition.
Can you please Tell me the exact name of the setup executable (respect upper and lower cases please) ? I will add it so you will be able to install.
joshuaali Sunday 28 November 2010 at 11:08
joshuaaliAnonymous

MacBook-Pro:BLACK_OPS$ ls
BlackOps.ico
BlackOps_logo.jpg
Call of Duty- Black Ops_disk1.sim
Call of Duty- Black Ops_disk1.sis
Call of Duty- Black Ops_disk1_0.sid
Call of Duty- Black Ops_disk1_1.sid
Call of Duty- Black Ops_disk1_2.sid
Call of Duty- Black Ops_disk1_3.sid
Call of Duty- Black Ops_disk1_4.sid
Call of Duty- Black Ops_disk1_5.sid
Setup.exe
SteamService.exe
SupportInformation.htm
autorun.inf
readme.htm
resources
setup.ini
splash.tga
version.inf


I guess what you want is Setup.exe.

Thanks.
GNU_Raziel Sunday 28 November 2010 at 12:44
GNU_Raziel

-DVD check & DVD Support fixed
-Added Steam Store Support

Thx for your help joshuaali :)
joshuaali Monday 29 November 2010 at 1:44
joshuaaliAnonymous

The program starts installing Steam but fails to complete:
http://imgur.com/8t0VS.jpg

PlayOnMac also says that there's an update available, but I checked the download page and 2.4.1 is the latest.
GNU_Raziel Monday 29 November 2010 at 11:51
GNU_Raziel

Ignore the POM update message, it will be fixed very soon.

For the game, i've modified some dependancies, check if it's better, also launch POM from the terminal please, to see is wine produce error messages if the bug is still present.

Edited by GNU_Raziel

joshuaali Monday 29 November 2010 at 14:05
joshuaaliAnonymous

Same error. Here's the terminal output:
http://pastebin.com/kPRYB4AL
GNU_Raziel Monday 29 November 2010 at 17:11
GNU_Raziel

At the end of the install, untick VCrun and DX install (ticked by default I think), let POL install do Dx install from the redist folder of the game (installed) and vcrun is already installed by POL.
joshuaali Tuesday 30 November 2010 at 0:05
joshuaaliAnonymous

After clicking "install", all I am prompted with is the license agreement. After that, the rest of the process is automated. I can't disable the installation of VC runtime or DX.
GNU_Raziel Tuesday 30 November 2010 at 12:00
GNU_Raziel

dammit, can't you do "custom" installation ?
It's an OSX wine problem, with linux version, DVD install is reported successfull.

I have a solution but it's not effective for you, doing the "Steam Store" installation will work, but you will have to let steam download the whole game...a pain since you have the DVD...

Edit : I've modified the POL installer so it will use the latest wine (1.3.8) witch have a series a bugfixes for windows installers (your problem come from here), try and tell me if it solve the problem.

Edited by GNU_Raziel

joshuaali Tuesday 30 November 2010 at 12:50
joshuaaliAnonymous

Nope, no custom installation.

This time, the vcredist installer doesn't even popup and the COD installer doesn't run.
joshuaali Tuesday 30 November 2010 at 13:19
joshuaaliAnonymous

err:module:load_builtin_dll failed to load .so lib for builtin L"winex11.drv": dlopen(/Users/joshuaali/Library/PlayOnMac//WineVersions/1.3.8/bin/../lib/wine/winex11.drv.so, 258): Library not loaded: /usr/X11/lib/libX11.6.dylib
Referenced from: /Users/joshuaali/Library/PlayOnMac//WineVersions/1.3.8/bin/../lib/wine/winex11.drv.so
joshuaali Tuesday 30 November 2010 at 13:25
joshuaaliAnonymous

Actually, here's the complete output. I get to the stage where I select where the DVD is mounted, and then the only button that's active is Cancel:
http://pastebin.com/TBgHAezB
GNU_Raziel Tuesday 30 November 2010 at 13:48
GNU_Raziel

Ok, the problem come from OSX wine 1.3.8, open a bug in the bugtracker please, Tinou will fix this issue as soon as he can, he's in charge of building OSx wine. Add the complete output.

I revert the POL installer to wine 1.3.7 for the moment
joshuaali Wednesday 1 December 2010 at 8:28
joshuaaliAnonymous

Done: http://bugs.playonlinux.com/en/issue-79.html

By the way, I downloaded all 8 GB of the game via Steam on my 10 mbit connection. When I tried to run it, Steam said it had to complete setup, but then failed. From the terminal, this was the output:

fixme:wbemprox:wbem_locator_ConnectServer 0x1f3170, L"ROOT\\\\CIMV2", (null), (null), (null), 0x00000080, (null), 0x0, 0x428cc08)
fixme:winhttp:WinHttpGetIEProxyConfigForCurrentUser returning no proxy used
fixme:winsock:WSAIoctl ignoring keepalive interval and timeout
fixme:win:EnumDisplayDevicesW ((null),0,0x33cf2c,0x00000000), stub!
fixme:advapi:RegisterTraceGuidsW (0x3854f30, 0x3eab720, {3dada31d-19ef-4dc1-b345-037927193422}, 1, 0x3e83b24, (null), (null), 0x3eab738,)
fixme:volume:GetVolumePathNameW (L"C:\\\\windows", 0x76ae7c8, 520), stub!
fixme:volume:GetVolumePathNameW (L"C:\\\\Program Files\\\\Steam\\\\logs", 0x76ae7c8, 520), stub!
fixme:volume:GetVolumePathNameW (L"C:\\\\windows\\\\system32", 0x76ae7c8, 520), stub!
fixme:volume:GetVolumePathNameW (L"C:\\\\windows", 0x76ae7c8, 520), stub!
fixme:volume:GetVolumePathNameW (L"C:\\\\Program Files\\\\Steam\\\\Graphics", 0x76ae7c8, 520), stub!
fixme:volume:GetVolumePathNameW (L"C:\\\\windows\\\\system32", 0x76ae7c8, 520), stub!
fixme:volume:GetVolumePathNameW (L"C:\\\\windows", 0x76ae7c8, 520), stub!
fixme:volume:GetVolumePathNameW (L"C:\\\\Program Files\\\\Steam\\\\dumps", 0x76ae7c8, 520), stub!
fixme:volume:GetVolumePathNameW (L"C:\\\\windows\\\\system32", 0x76ae7c8, 520), stub!
fixme:volume:GetVolumePathNameW (L"C:\\\\windows", 0x76ae7c8, 520), stub!
fixme:volume:GetVolumePathNameW (L"C:\\\\Program Files\\\\Steam\\\\config", 0x76ae7c8, 520), stub!
fixme:volume:GetVolumePathNameW (L"C:\\\\windows\\\\system32", 0x76ae7c8, 520), stub!
fixme:volume:GetVolumePathNameW (L"C:\\\\windows", 0x76ae7c8, 520), stub!
fixme:volume:GetVolumePathNameW (L"C:\\\\Program Files\\\\Steam\\\\bin", 0x76ae7c8, 520), stub!
fixme:volume:GetVolumePathNameW (L"C:\\\\windows\\\\system32", 0x76ae7c8, 520), stub!
fixme:volume:GetVolumePathNameW (L"C:\\\\windows", 0x76ae7c8, 520), stub!
fixme:volume:GetVolumePathNameW (L"C:\\\\Program Files\\\\Steam\\\\appcache", 0x76ae7c8, 520), stub!
fixme:volume:GetVolumePathNameW (L"C:\\\\windows\\\\system32\\\\mui", 0x76ae7c8, 520), stub!
fixme:volume:GetVolumePathNameW (L"C:\\\\windows\\\\Fonts", 0x76ae7c8, 520), stub!
fixme:volume:GetVolumePathNameW (L"C:\\\\Program Files\\\\Steam\\\\Config", 0x76ae7c8, 520), stub!
err:ole:RevokeDragDrop invalid hwnd 0x0
err:ole:RevokeDragDrop invalid hwnd 0x10124
GNU_Raziel Wednesday 1 December 2010 at 12:15
GNU_Raziel

fixme warning can be ignored.

The two errors at the end are wine bug with Steam, reported with ATI/AMD and Intel GMA cards when using Xquartz.

Try to set "Virtual Desktop" in winecfg and see if it's better.

Only crossover game can handle this bug for the moment, at least for mac, since codeweaver devs have their own X11 implementation with many bugfix for ATI/AMD and Intel GMA cards. Codeweaver X11 is copyrighted so we cannot add it to POM.

Xquatz dev team is aware of the problem and have it reported to their to-do list...it's a matter of time...

Edited by GNU_Raziel

joshuaali Wednesday 1 December 2010 at 12:31
joshuaaliAnonymous

Enabled virtual desktop but same error.

I believe I have a GeForce 330M. Shouldn't that be used instead of the Intel graphics chip?

Edited by joshuaali

Quentin PÂRIS Wednesday 1 December 2010 at 12:54
Quentin PÂRIS
Admin

Try wine 1.2.1-cxg. It's crossover one
GNU_Raziel Wednesday 1 December 2010 at 13:18
GNU_Raziel

The wine 121-cxg package do not include Codeweaver X11 if i'm not mistaken (since it's copyrighted it can't be added to sources) so it will not make any difference...But try, who knows...

Edited by GNU_Raziel

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