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|Installer||Does not work, but see below|
|Game||Works, but see below|
|Patch||Have not tried|
|Demo works||Yes (Install works, otherwise same as full game.)|
|Requires no-cd patch||No|
|Works with Cedega version(s)||Wine 0.9.24 (best), 5.2.6|
|Tested with Cedega version(s)||5.2.6, Wine 0.9.24|
|Supported by TransGaming||No|
- The installer does not recognise the install disk, making it impossible to install. To fix:
- Run the install as normal. When the installer complains about the CD, cancel the installation.
- In installation disk 1, open up the disc1 directory, and copy the contents of the .rar files to your installation directory. (This should create the "static" subdirectory.)
- Do the same with disk 2.
- Do the same with disk 3 (game disk). *After* copying the contents of the .rar files, copy the "localizations" and "static" directories from the disc3 directory, overwriting the files in place. (Note: the resulting files will be read-only. You may want to run
chmod -R u+w *in the root Divine Divinity directory in order to prevent future problems with patchs.)
- The game is now installed. The file div.exe is the actual game, and the file configtool.exe configures the game.
- You must turn renderer to "Software", as the D3D renderer creates black boxes around all objects, and makes loading very slow.
- After changing the renderer, the game works.
- Cedega has a problem with crashes (the game will crash every 15 minutes or so), and with framerate in the cities. Wine has neither of these problems.
- There are minor problems with stuttering in sound and graphics.