Normally, as said by transgaming support and in the FAQs for cedega,
you can have issues running games from a non ext/reiserfs partition.
I can tell you from my experience that most of the games fails to run
in cedega when running them from a fat32/ntfs volume.
What I do now is run only in windows (so have only installed in
fat32/ntfs) the games that can only run in windows (luckily i have
only one: Lineage2) and leave the rest installed through cedega. Is
easier for me and I know I only need windows for one thing.
Hope it helps
On 1/12/06, Brett Johnson <brett@...> wrote:
> Is anyone running cedega 5.0 and storing programs on a fat32 partition
> in a 64 bit environment? I have it working fine on my Pentium-M laptop
> with fat32, but for some reason I can not seem to get it working on my
> amd64 box. Both systems are running 2.6.14-r6 gentoo sources and are
> configured with similar options as it pertains to the filesystems etc.
> Every time I try to execute a win32 binary on the fat32 filesystem I
> get "cannot find whatever.exe".
> I have noticed if I put the binary in the root of the fat32 filesystem,
> I can execute them, but for some reason cedega can not see any files
> located in a folder under the root fat32 system. When trying to install
> new programs to the fat32 system, the initial file copy starts, but
> when it goes to verify the files, it can not access them. If I try to
> install and/or run programs on a reiserfs file system, everything works
> Here is the mounted filesystem info:
> /dev/sdb2 on /usr/local/games type vfat (rw,noatime,gid=100,umask=0000)
> And the output from ls:
> total 275904
> -rwxrwxrwx 1 root users 4341810 Dec 13 22:17 WoW.exe
> And when I try to run the program:
> brett@homer /usr/local/games/WoW $ cedega WoW.exe
> /home/brett/.cedega/.winex_ver/winex-5.0.3/winex/bin/wine: cannot find
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