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    Quote Originally Posted by sirtoast View Post
    I also just started getting the error 132 today after I updated Wine. Now, admittedly, I haven't played it in a week, but wow has been playing fine under ubuntu for the last 2 months, and so I'm keen to blame the wine update that I applied today.
    It definitely is a problem caused by the latest 1.5.20 update.
    Check my findings: http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.p...9#post12428159

    Does anybody know how to revert to version 1.5.19 for now?
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    Re: Howto: WOW with Wine (help.ubuntu.com/community/WorldofWarcraft)

    I think you should be able to do it with synaptic package manager.

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    Re: Howto: WOW with Wine (help.ubuntu.com/community/WorldofWarcraft)

    Not one even potential answer to my question. Great.

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    Re: Howto: WOW with Wine (help.ubuntu.com/community/WorldofWarcraft)

    Quote Originally Posted by Crossbow View Post
    Not one even potential answer to my question. Great.
    I don't see how complaining about no answers will help when you don't ask a clear question.

    I had no problems with Wow when upgrading wine 1.5.19 to 1.5.20 and to the present 1.5.21. This is with the latest nvidia 313.09 driver with gl threaded optimizations enabled. This was on both my desktop Geforce GTX480 card and my laptop puny Quadro video chip.

    In Synaptic menu there is Package > Force Versions option that will allow choosing between multiple versions assuming there are multiple versions available on the PPA. However I don't think the wine PPA maintains previous versions more than a few days after new release. To roll back one would have to locate an older wine deb archive, remove the current version, install the older and use Synaptic to Lock versions so the Update Manager ignores it.
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    Re: Howto: WOW with Wine (help.ubuntu.com/community/WorldofWarcraft)

    Well, this is odd. Tweak says I didn't ask a question and Cwwilson says my question has already been answered.

    ***

    Tweak, My question is why isn't this game working and what do I have to do. If I knew more specifics than what is in the error messages I would give them. That is why I posted the error messages. Are the error messages really super mysterious? Because I don't know what that stuff means but I thought someone here would.

    I actually don't think it is a Wine problem since I did not make any changes to Wine when the problem started. I don't know what the problem is, which is why I copy-pated the error messages. What otehr information can I give you?

    Here is the error message, which is one page back: http://ubuntuforums.org/showpost.php...postcount=2490

    ***

    Cwwilson, I have already said I looked and couldn't find it. If it is there, PLEASE LINK TO IT BECAUSE I COULD NOT FIND IT.

    Why did you go to the trouble of finding the answer if you had no intention of linking to it? You did the same thing last time I had a question. I never did find what I needed here but finally found it through Google.

    If it so easy for you to read 250 pages of code and see what you want, ***CONGRATULATIONS***. It is not easy for me - I understand about 20% of what is in this sticky. That is why I am asking for help.

    Do you believe that someone who can't look at 250 pages of error messages and tell exactly which one applies to her has no business using Ubuntu? Because that rather goes against the whole premise.

    Or do you believe that if someone can't find something it means she has not looked? If you always find everything you look for, again, congratulations.
    Last edited by Crossbow; January 13th, 2013 at 07:46 PM.

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    Re: Howto: WOW with Wine (help.ubuntu.com/community/WorldofWarcraft)

    Quote Originally Posted by Crossbow View Post
    Well, this is odd. Tweak says I didn't ask a question and Cwwilson says my question has already been answered.

    ***

    Tweak, My question is why isn't this game working and what do I have to do. If I knew more specifics than what is in the error messages I would give them. That is why I posted the error messages. Are the error messages really super mysterious? Because I don't know what that stuff means but I thought someone here would.

    I actually don't think it is a Wine problem since I did not make any changes to Wine when the problem started. I don't know what the problem is, which is why I copy-pated the error messages. What otehr information can I give you?

    Here is the error message, which is one page back: http://ubuntuforums.org/showpost.php...postcount=2490

    ***
    Ok in my experience running the wine command to launch wow from a terminal and looking those crash errors tend to be more informative than the log dump that wow itself generates (wow after all thinks it's running under windows so alot of the dump info will not apply under linux). How and what command line are you using to launch wow?

    Also what is your specific nvidia video chip series? I understand you may be using older nvidia hardware but the 304.xx drive series supported the as far back as the geforce 6/7 series until few months ago. Your crash could be driver issue with the 173 drivers you are using, but we would need to see the wine crash log first, so don't go upgrading the drivers til you can get those.

    The other thing you can try is to backup your existing wine prefix, make a new wine prefix and move you wow install into that. Wow is pretty much a standalone game so the directory can be moved around without needing to re-download / reinstall the entire game.

    Ask if you are not sure how to manage wine prefixes.
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    Re: Howto: WOW with Wine (help.ubuntu.com/community/WorldofWarcraft)

    I don't know how to manage wine prefixes, but really there is nothing much in my wine prefix. My Nvidia is from 2008 or so I think.

    I don't try to launch it with a command. Maybe that is the problem? I just click on the icon it from the Wine menu.

    What I did today: I completely removed the game. I borrowed someone's discs and reinstalled from those using Play On Linux. It put the files in a Play On Linux virtual drive. Wine couldn't access them from there, or maybe I don't know how, but I couldn't see that drive in browsing. I move the files to .wine, so now Wine can see them but back to the same problem - it opens the launcher and then closes when I click "play" - only now I am not even getting an error message.

    I reinstalled again and tried to open it from in the Play On Linux virtual drive. I got a message saying it could not connect to the news server.

    I THINK that when I had this problem before it was something in config.wtf. Here is what I have there. Is it correct?

    SET gxApi "opengl"
    SET ffxDeath "0"
    SET SoundOutputSystem "1"
    SET SoundBufferSize "150"
    SET MasterSoundEffects "0"

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    Re: Howto: WOW with Wine (help.ubuntu.com/community/WorldofWarcraft)

    Try running the NVIDIA X Server Settings program, and report what Graphics Processor is listed under the GPU 0 section.

    <appologies, I wrote the following in mind that you didn't know where the .wine directory was>


    A wine prefix is a directory with a emulated windows installation. Best practices is to create a seperate prefix for each program you install with wine. This is so program installations do not mess each other up and facilitates easy removal. You can dump everything into one prefix, just be aware that it could cause problems.

    I don't have any experience using Play On Linux. But it is a front end to manage multiple prefixes and wine versions on one system that some people find easier to use because it's point-and-click but isn't at all nessasary at the core level.

    The default prefix is in your home directory called ".wine". Any directory/file that begins in "." will normally be hidden by the Nautilus file manager, so to see it you must enable "Show Hidden Files", shortcut -> Ctrl-H. In the prefix directory you will find "drive_c" which will be where all the windows programs install themselves. Thus if you installed Wow in "c:\program files\world of warcraft\" it will be actually in "\home\<username>\.wine\drive_c\program files\world of warcraft\". Knowing where the wow directory is will save you having to download and reinstalling the game from scratch, because you can back it up, put it wherever you want to, symlink into prefixes and easily manage addons.


    To run Wow from terminal, launch a terminal, shortcut -> Ctrl-Alt-T.
    Code:
    wine "<path-to-wow>\Wow.exe" -opengl
    At this point you should see bunch of technical wine releate messages scroll by (needed for troubleshooting) and the game login screen should popup. If the game crashes the terminal window should stay open so you can see what happened.


    Note: Launching Wow by hitting the Play button via "World of Warcraft Launcher.exe" has been problematic in the past, so I would avoid using the launcher unless you are patching or repairing. You can make copy the Icon that launches the Wow Launcher and change the properties so it points to Wow.exe instead.

    I'm not aware config.wtf has much to do with stability, it's mainly for detail/performance options that affect framerate speed.


    tl;dnr reinstall because wow is borked guide
    Code:
    Rename wine prefix
    Run winecfg to create new prefix
    Move wow directory into new prefix
    Run launcher to install the battle.net agent.exe client
    Run wow
    *Optional* delete old prefix
    Quote Originally Posted by Crossbow View Post
    I don't know how to manage wine prefixes, but really there is nothing much in my wine prefix. My Nvidia is from 2008 or so I think.

    I don't try to launch it with a command. Maybe that is the problem? I just click on the icon it from the Wine menu.

    What I did today: I completely removed the game. I borrowed someone's discs and reinstalled from those using Play On Linux. It put the files in a Play On Linux virtual drive. Wine couldn't access them from there, or maybe I don't know how, but I couldn't see that drive in browsing. I move the files to .wine, so now Wine can see them but back to the same problem - it opens the launcher and then closes when I click "play" - only now I am not even getting an error message.

    I reinstalled again and tried to open it from in the Play On Linux virtual drive. I got a message saying it could not connect to the news server.

    I THINK that when I had this problem before it was something in config.wtf. Here is what I have there. Is it correct?

    SET gxApi "opengl"
    SET ffxDeath "0"
    SET SoundOutputSystem "1"
    SET SoundBufferSize "150"
    SET MasterSoundEffects "0"
    Last edited by Tweak42; January 16th, 2013 at 02:54 AM.
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    Re: Howto: WOW with Wine (help.ubuntu.com/community/WorldofWarcraft)

    Thanks! I am still doing something wrong. The files are at:

    /home/anna/.wine/drive_c/Program Files/World of Warcraft/Wow.exe

    but I still can't open it either from the terminal or from the directory.

    NVIDIA server settings:

    Graphics processor: GeForce 8300 GS
    VBIOS Version 60-86-49-00-19
    Memory: 512 MB
    Bus Type: PCI Express x 16
    Bus ID: ? @ ? : ? : ?
    PCI Device ID: Unknown
    PCI Vendor ID: Unknown
    IRQ: 16
    X Screens: Screen 0
    Display Devices: None

    I went back to the very beginning of the How To and found this problem, which I did not have previously:

    Code:
    anna@anna-desktop:~$ glxinfo | grep rendering
    X Error of failed request:  GLXBadDrawable
      Major opcode of failed request:  135 (GLX)
      Minor opcode of failed request:  5 (X_GLXMakeCurrent)
      Serial number of failed request:  20
      Current serial number in output stream:  20
    EDIT:

    Tried installing Nvidia-current without deleting 173. Went back to being unable to apply the right resolution, went to drivers and installed 173, restarted. Resolution OK now. Rendering problem is fixed. Tried starting the game again. Still not working but now I've got an error report:

    Code:
    ==============================================================================
    World of WarCraft: Retail Build (build 16357)
    
    Exe:      C:\Program Files\World of Warcraft\Wow.exe
    Time:     Jan 20, 2013  1:09:01.510 PM
    User:     anna
    Computer: anna-desktop
    ------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    
    This application has encountered a critical error:
    
    ERROR #132 (0x85100084) Fatal exception!
    
    Program:	C:\Program Files\World of Warcraft\Wow.exe
    ProcessID:	73
    Exception:	0xC0000005 (ACCESS_VIOLATION) at 0073:78A796C5
    
    The instruction at "0x78A796C5" referenced memory at "0xFFFFFFFF".
    The memory could not be "read".
    
    
    WoWBuild: 16357
    Version: 5.1.0
    Type:  WoW
    Platform: X86
    Session Time(hh:mm:ss):  00:00:00
    Time in World(hh:mm:ss): 00:00:00
    Number of Char Logins:  0
    
    Settings: 
    SET gxApi "opengl"
    SET ffxDeath "0"
    SET SoundOutputSystem "1"
    SET SoundBufferSize "150"
    SET MasterSoundEffects "0"
    SET locale "enUS"
    SET installLocale "enUS"
    
    ----------------------------------------
    Installation settings:
    ----------------------------------------
    UID:  wow_enus
    Expansion Level: 4
    PTR: 0
    Beta: 0
    PatchURL: 'http://enUS.patch.battle.net:1119/patch'
    ProductCode: 'WoW'
    
    ----------------------------------------
                   GxInfo
    ----------------------------------------
    No GX Device Created
    Desktop Display List:
    Device Name: \\.\DISPLAY1
    Device String: X11 Windowing System
    State Flags: 0x00000015
    Device ID: PCI\VEN_0000&DEV_0000
    
    Installed DX9 Version:
    File Version: 5.3.1.904
    ------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    
    ----------------------------------------
        x86 Registers
    ----------------------------------------
    
    EAX=FFFFFFFF  EBX=00000000  ECX=7E41B030  EDX=00000001  ESI=7E497E98
    EDI=00000008  EBP=00000001  ESP=0187EDAC  EIP=78A796C5  FLG=00010286
    CS =0073      DS =007B      ES =007B      SS =007B      FS =0033      GS =003B
    
    
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    Address  Frame    Logical addr  Module
    
    Showing 9/9 threads...
    
    --- Thread ID: 86 ---
    **** Unable to retrieve thread context, error: 5
    
    --- Thread ID: 85 ---
    **** Unable to retrieve thread context, error: 5
    
    --- Thread ID: 84 ---
    **** Unable to retrieve thread context, error: 5
    
    --- Thread ID: 83 ---
    **** Unable to retrieve thread context, error: 5
    
    --- Thread ID: 82 ---
    **** Unable to retrieve thread context, error: 5
    
    --- Thread ID: 81 ---
    **** Unable to retrieve thread context, error: 5
    
    --- Thread ID: 80 ---
    **** Unable to retrieve thread context, error: 5
    
    --- Thread ID: 79 ---
    **** Unable to retrieve thread context, error: 5
    
    --- Thread ID: 74 [Current Thread] ---
    78A796C5 00000001 0000:00000000 <unknown>
    
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    Showing 9/9 threads...
    
    --- Thread ID: 86 ---
    **** Unable to retrieve thread context, error: 5
    
    --- Thread ID: 85 ---
    **** Unable to retrieve thread context, error: 5
    
    --- Thread ID: 84 ---
    **** Unable to retrieve thread context, error: 5
    
    --- Thread ID: 83 ---
    **** Unable to retrieve thread context, error: 5
    
    --- Thread ID: 82 ---
    **** Unable to retrieve thread context, error: 5
    
    --- Thread ID: 81 ---
    **** Unable to retrieve thread context, error: 5
    
    --- Thread ID: 80 ---
    **** Unable to retrieve thread context, error: 5
    
    --- Thread ID: 79 ---
    **** Unable to retrieve thread context, error: 5
    
    --- Thread ID: 74 [Current Thread] ---
    
    
    
    ----------------------------------------
        Loaded Modules
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    DBG-MODULE<68220000 0013A000 "user32.dll" "" 0 {00000000-0000-0000-0000000000000000} 0 0>
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    ------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Percent memory used:    43
    Total physical memory:  1048584192
    Free physical memory:   590241792
    Page file:              4124798976
    Total virtual memory:   3221159935
    Free virtual memory:    3221094399
    ------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    
    List of running Wow.exe processes
    
    Could not list processes
    
    List of running Agent.exe processes
    
    Could not list processes
    
    ======================================================================
    Hardware/Driver Information:
    Processor:              0x0
    Page Size:              4096
    Min App Address:        0x10000
    Max App Address:        0xbfffffff
    Processor Mask:         0x3
    Number of Processors:   2
    Processor Type:         586
    Allocation Granularity: 65536
    Processor Level:        6
    Processor Revision:     3853
    Os Version:             6.2
    Os Service Pack:        0.0
    And when attempting to run it from the terminal:

    Code:
    anna@anna-desktop:~$  wine "C:\Program Files\World of Warcraft\WoW.exe"
    fixme:heap:HeapSetInformation (nil) 1 (nil) 0
    fixme:process:GetLogicalProcessorInformation (0x187f754,0x187fd54): stub
    fixme:process:GetLogicalProcessorInformation (0x32c008,0x32c608): stub
    fixme:process:GetLogicalProcessorInformation (0x32bfd8,0x32c5d8): stub
    fixme:wininet:CommitUrlCacheEntryInternal entry already in cache - don't know what to do!
    fixme:process:GetLogicalProcessorInformation (0x197e338,0x197e938): stub
    fixme:process:GetLogicalProcessorInformation (0x197e308,0x197e908): stub
    fixme:wininet:CommitUrlCacheEntryInternal entry already in cache - don't know what to do!
    fixme:process:GetLogicalProcessorInformation (0x197e338,0x197e938): stub
    fixme:process:GetLogicalProcessorInformation (0x197e308,0x197e908): stub
    fixme:wininet:CommitUrlCacheEntryInternal entry already in cache - don't know what to do!
    fixme:process:GetLogicalProcessorInformation (0x197e338,0x197e938): stub
    fixme:process:GetLogicalProcessorInformation (0x197e308,0x197e908): stub
    fixme:process:GetLogicalProcessorInformation (0x187f57c,0x187fb7c): stub
    fixme:process:GetLogicalProcessorInformation (0x187f54c,0x187fb4c): stub
    Unable to read archive hash/block table: "Data\Cache\enUS\patch-enUS-16357.MPQ"
    Unable to read archive hash/block table: "Data\Cache\enUS\patch-enUS-16309.MPQ"
    Unable to read archive hash/block table: "Data\Cache\enUS\patch-enUS-16057.MPQ"
    Unable to read archive hash/block table: "Data\Cache\enUS\patch-enUS-16048.MPQ"
    Unable to read archive hash/block table: "Data\Cache\enUS\patch-enUS-16016.MPQ"
    Unable to read archive hash/block table: "Data\Cache\patch-base-16357.MPQ"
    Unable to read archive hash/block table: "Data\Cache\patch-base-16309.MPQ"
    Unable to read archive hash/block table: "Data\Cache\patch-base-16057.MPQ"
    Unable to read archive hash/block table: "Data\Cache\patch-base-16048.MPQ"
    Unable to read archive hash/block table: "Data\Cache\patch-base-16016.MPQ"
    fixme:win:EnumDisplayDevicesW ((null),0,0x187ed28,0x00000000), stub!
    fixme:d3d:init_driver_info Unhandled OS version 6.2, reporting Win 7.
    fixme:win:EnumDisplayDevicesW ((null),0,0x187ebc8,0x00000000), stub!
    fixme:d3d:init_driver_info Unhandled OS version 6.2, reporting Win 7.
    X Error of failed request:  BadAlloc (insufficient resources for operation)
      Major opcode of failed request:  135 (GLX)
      Minor opcode of failed request:  27 (X_GLXCreatePbuffer)
      Serial number of failed request:  817
      Current serial number in output stream:  818
    Last edited by Crossbow; January 20th, 2013 at 08:22 PM.

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    Re: Howto: WOW with Wine (help.ubuntu.com/community/WorldofWarcraft)

    Looking for solutions, I noticed that most people's config.wtf file is a lot longer than mine. I added two lines that were recommended but they did not make any difference. Here is what I have now:

    Code:
    SET gxApi "opengl"
    SET ffxDeath "0"
    SET SoundOutputSystem "1"
    SET SoundBufferSize "150"
    SET MasterSoundEffects "0"
    SET fixedfunction "0"
    SET gxWindow "1"

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