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    Hi!
    Please help me......How to install Cedega on ubuntu.....and how to install game and play?
    Bye

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    Re: How to install Cedega on Ubuntu

    Use search feature on this forums.
    See this thread:
    http://www.ubuntuforums.org/showthre...8&page=1&pp=20
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    Re: How to install Cedega on Ubuntu

    Grab it at www.transgaming.com (cost $5 at month). There's cedega.deb files. But go for the Point2Play.deb it's a nice gui for cedega (easy to use). Through Point2Play press download Cedega.

    To install a deb file:

    Code:
    cd /where/you/saved/the/file/
    sudo dpkg  -i  Point2Play_[version].deb
    Now you can run Point2Play by writting in the terminal or the 'run application' box by writing 'Point2Play' Or make a application launcher like this

    Code:
    nautilus applications:///Games
    File Menu -> Create Launcher

    Basic Tab ->
    Name: Cedega
    Command: Point2Play
    Icon: /usr/share/icons/Point2Play.xpm

    Now go to Applications ---> Games and press Cedega icon.

    That's it
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    Re: How to install Cedega on Ubuntu

    I've found a free alternative to Point2Play, it's called Grapevine.

    Do a google search for it. It has .deb files for easy installation. It works great. There's also .deb files out there for the latest Cedega.

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    Re: How to install Cedega on Ubuntu

    I've found a free alternative to Point2Play, it's called Grapevine.
    Come on, give the guys at Transgaming their $5 a month. I'll bet you can afford it. At least let some programmer keep working. If 1000 people chip in $5 a month, I'd bet that would keep someone working.

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    Re: How to install Cedega on Ubuntu

    Quote Originally Posted by hardcandy
    Come on, give the guys at Transgaming their $5 a month. I'll bet you can afford it. At least let some programmer keep working. If 1000 people chip in $5 a month, I'd bet that would keep someone working.
    Linux is about having choices. I simply provided another option and verified that it works.

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    Re: How to install Cedega on Ubuntu

    I double clicked on the .deb file. Everything installed perfectly (or so it says). But I can't locate it anywhere.

    Edit: Never mind, I located it.
    Last edited by the_epic; February 18th, 2008 at 07:37 AM.

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    Re: How to install Cedega on Ubuntu

    [QUOTE=the_epic;4353150]I double clicked on the .deb file. Everything installed perfectly (or so it says). But I can't locate it anywhere.

    I did the same, but my problem is that when I try to launch cedega, my system either freezes completely (just like in the bad old Windows days) or logs out. I have tried uninstalling and reinstalling, no difference. I suspect I may have to reinstall Ubuntu and try again.

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    Re: How to install Cedega on Ubuntu

    Quote Originally Posted by hardcandy View Post
    Come on, give the guys at Transgaming their $5 a month. I'll bet you can afford it. At least let some programmer keep working. If 1000 people chip in $5 a month, I'd bet that would keep someone working.
    Is not the whole linux thing 'free distribution'?

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