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Thread: Habbo Hotel on Ubuntu (I'm almost there!)

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    Habbo Hotel on Ubuntu (I'm almost there!)

    I'm so close and I just need a little bit of help,
    1- Once taskset is installed, simply append taskset 01 before the command you use to run Firefox for Windows.
    taskset 01 wine firefox.exe

    All this does is cause Firefox to run on your first processor core, as the Shockwave + Firefox + Windows environment combination doesn't seem to enjoy multi-core systems.

    To verify Firefox for Windows is indeed running on one core, enter
    ps -A|grep firefox.exe
    in a terminal. The far-left number will be the PID. Next, enter
    taskset -p PID-from-previous-command
    The result should be pid X's current affinity mask: 1

    Enjoy your stable Habbo on Linux!
    I followed that small tutorial, and i'm just getting this error in terminal, please help. I got all the fonts set right

    This is from when I load the hotel

    fixme:font:ExtTextOutW flags ETO_NUMERICSLOCAL | ETO_NUMERICSLATIN | ETO_PDY unimplemented
    wine: Call from 0x7b844360 to unimplemented function gdiplus.dll.GdipAddPathRectangleI, aborting
    fixme:dbghelp:dump_system_info fill in CPU vendorID and feature set
    preloader: Warning: failed to reserve range 00000000-60000000
    err:dosmem:setup_dos_mem Cannot use first megabyte for DOS address space, please report
    And i entered the 2 codes it said on that tut in a seperate terminal and i get this?

    matt@office:~$ ps -A|grep firefox.exe
    17316 pts/0    00:00:02 firefox.exe
    matt@office:~$ taskset -p PID-from-previous-command
    taskset (util-linux-ng 2.13.1)
    usage: taskset [options] [mask | cpu-list] [pid | cmd [args...]]
    set or get the affinity of a process
      -p, --pid                  operate on existing given pid
      -c, --cpu-list             display and specify cpus in list format
      -h, --help                 display this help
      -V, --version              output version information
    The default behavior is to run a new command:
      taskset 03 sshd -b 1024
    You can retrieve the mask of an existing task:
      taskset -p 700
    Or set it:
      taskset -p 03 700
    List format uses a comma-separated list instead of a mask:
      taskset -pc 0,3,7-11 700
    Ranges in list format can take a stride argument:
      e.g. 0-31:2 is equivalent to mask 0x55555555
    Last edited by Virii; August 9th, 2008 at 11:29 PM.


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