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in Windows
For wine users running older windows games there is a tool that works great called schedtool https://github.com/freequaos/schedtool or sudo apt install schedtool should work depending on your distro Just enter it as: schedtool -a 0x1 -e wine "path to exe"

Appimages on Linux For Windows Games

in Windows
I have made nearly 500 appimages on Linux, fully running from the 1997 to 2005 era (roughly) These appimages incorporate the windows installation, the wine version that works for the game and the game itself (including the iso, which auto mounts, if needed) so should be bullet proof as regards …

Re: Converting cue/bin to iso, how to?

so the only way is to burn it right? With Windows there are some virtual disc software that can mount BIN/CUE in its entirety, so you can access the image's data content as well as audio tracks (by software/game or media player). I think WinCDEmu can do that. With Linux (WSL probably also counts) I …

Re: Converting cue/bin to iso, how to?

If you convert bin/cue to iso you will automatically lose the audio tracks If the BIN file contains CD-Audio tracks you cannot convert it to an ISO image! The reason for this is that, unlike e.g. a CD-ROM, the data structure of an audio CD is fundamentally incompatible with an ISO 9660 file system. …

Re: 8k

robertmo wrote on 2021-06-19, 09:23: hdr is just reducing picture quality to 2-bit colour 😉 in the past it was called compression 😉 I think youll find hdr is 10 or 12 bit color.

Re: Dosbox-x and Linux...

in DOS
Never had a problem compiling this on linux. Just clone the repository and run build-debug.sh making sure you have the dependencies

Re: Getting current or recent games working in the future

in Windows
"No emulator for the foreseeable future will be able to handle graphics today or yesterday in a playable state so passthru and/or wrappers need to be more common in virtual machines with no flakiness or crazy configuration to enable" I don my hat to the developers of dxvk translating dx9, 10, 11 and …

Re: Bruninho's Virtual Machines (Windows, Linux, Mac)

As fun and cool as all these approaches are, particularly kjliew's passthrough solution, it does make me wonder if most of these older games don't already run flawlessly under Wine these days. Even if you're not running Linux as your host system, you could run Wine in a 3D-accelerated Linux guest …

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