I am running Ubuntu 11.04 on a Sony Vaio. I am using wine 1.3 to run a rather complex yet archaic gaming program, "Pirates of the Caribbean" (2003; not based off the movie). I started it up and after five minutes it crashed. I unplugged the computer, and when I tried to run the program it crashed and an error came up saying "runtime error! abnormal program termination". Also I created a link to the executable on my desktop and when I tried to load it that way it crashed loading
PCS_control.dll and a log file showed up with the content:
Scanning current directory Loading modules... Loaded 0 Reset... Initializing CORE... User Rised Exception C:\PROJECTS\DRIVE_V2\ENGINE\SOURCES\Core.cpp line 364 no 'engine.ini' file
I think this report is superficial -- I know that there is an
engine.ini file and that it is not corrupted because I tried recopying from my other computer. I also happen to know the above directory does not exist. How can I get this game to run?
P.P.(post, post) when I run engine.exe on the computer while its not in the directory with all of the program files it still says runtime error, maybe when the program crashed it somehow damaged a driver...
P.P.P. sorry I might have made a mistake, it crashes loading directX 8
P.P.P.P. This time I tried running pirates, The Loading screen said "InitDevice::CreateDevice, This Technique is not supported by your device" What does This mean and if possible, how may I fix it? Thanks for your input.