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When you installed Java did you install the version for Ubuntu, or the Windows version (which is what Wine needs)?In effect Wine creates its own little Windows 'sub-world' (open up Nautilus,press CTRL+H and have a look at the.wine folder in your home directory). When you download and install the Windows version of Java, Wine will kick in and install it to that.wine directory.See my instructions for how I installed the game here (Your method might be different, but the general principles should be similar.:cool:Thanks for the reply, Andy.Yeah I did install java for Windows - at least that is what I was trying. The Java I have in the.wine-folder is 'jre-6u3-windows-i586-p-iftw.exe'.Did also try to do it the way you describe, but it just wont work for me:(. I am having problems with installing this game on my Ubuntu setupIve installed both Java versions and then i have to go to the back end of the CD-rom to even get the install anywhere to run and load up but when it does the first progress bar it just loads up a blank window saying 'Untitled Window'.That is the only way i can get the first bit of the installer to run when i click on the EXE files i just get an error message and even when i add the Setup.exe to the Wine application it still doesnt open.Anyway ive posted a screenie to show you what i mean thanks for your help.check where i am re.
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Once copied over you can do away with XP/Vista.I don't have Windows installed on any of my machines, my XP disk basically gathers dust. I installed XP to a VMware image, copied the files and deleted the XP image.If the FM08 disk didn't have a faulty copy of Securom on it you'd probably have been able to do a straight install of the game without the need for Windows.:cool. I had the same problem with the full game, i erased the.wine directory and reinstalled the latest wine from winehq.com repositories, it works pretty good. Of course if your wine directory has important stuff, first backup and try upgrading without erasing anything. Mine was pretty much empty.i have the same problem.I followed your suggestion to reinstal newest wine but the problem was the same.(a gray java window installer).if anyone can help me with this?thanks a lotgspan13system:penetium4 2.8GH, nvidia 6800(512), ubuntu hardy. One thing the users having problems can try is wine 0.9.61 and java 1.5, came back to FM the other day and couldnt get it to work with the latest wine, but it works fine still with 0.9.61,I'm on Windows at the moment, so I can't check right now, but I just downloaded and installed the latest Wine from their website, and then downloaded the latest Java (for Windows).-Found this (thread for restarting XServer, so I might try my hand at a small script to enable/disable the visual effects when playing the game. HiFirst off all, i've only had ubuntu for three weeks so i very new to this stuff.
No-CD patch or 'crack' for FS2004. When applied, there is no need to insert your CD4 when attempting to play the software. Simply replace the FS2004.exe file in the root folder with this one and play away!
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Last year, when I went over to Windows 10 and reinstalled my FS2004, I downloaded the No-CD patch - fs9.exe - not sure of source Web site. Worked a treat then. Unfortunately, I did not save patch. After an unrelated system crash and failed recovery software, I have had to do a system rebuild. I have tried to download patch from your site but it does not arrive; no error message; just nothing happens. Does patch now exist? I've tried general Google search.
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