A keylogger through WINE
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: May 25, 2008
Just a quick question. I just read a horror story about someone having their computer hacked by a secondary web program which logged keystrokes and compromised various passwords. I was wondering if such a program would ever work if I'm running programs in WINE.
IOPL not enabled error while accessing Microsoft Office through wine
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: September 30, 2008
When I try accessing the MS Office applications through wine, I am getting the following error (IOPL not enabled), Pasted the screen shot for your reference.
Any pointers on the same
Thanks in Advance
Steam games Dont work on Virtual box
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: October 11, 2009
I just recently Got VirtualBox up and running.YAY! however,Dun dun duuuun. I installed steam And my games, (DoD HL2m, TF2) and as soon as i start to run 1. i get to the Powered by Source Advertisment and Then it shuts off and the program ceases to run. HOw do i fix this? i have 2 gigs of ram Set to this Virtual OS (xp) and cant think of reason why they wouldnt work. Any help is apreciated.
LXer: Valve showers Debian Linux devs with FREE Steam games
location: linuxquestions.com - date: January 24, 2014
Published at LXer:
Games vendor Valve has offered a surprise present to the Debian Linux community, in the form of subscriptions that give Debian project members free, unlimited access to all Valve game titles – past, present, and future – forever.
Boot Ubuntu and Windows through PXE
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: August 28, 2012
Is there anyway to boot into a linux live distro (pick your favorite) and start a windows installation?
My issue is I have failed and failed at trying to get any version of Windows to boot via PXE. I run a small computer shop and I hate keeping track of all these CD's and carry them everywhere. I have managed to get just about every tool known to computer gurus to run via PXE.
My goal is to boot a custom made version of Windows 7 that allows me to type in any Retail / OEM (x64 & x32) key for any version (home, pro, etc). I already have this disk made and I have had great success with it, but there has to be a way to do this diskless. As time goes on I am doing repairs on more and more netbooks and I am tired of always rigging a external cd drive to install windows.
IDEAS??? Or any methods that you are currently using?
I do not want to make .WIMS for every version. That is a lot of wasted space and if I am doing a reload on a customer machine the installs would likely blue sc
Free Windows Games under Wine
location: linuxquestions.com - date: March 13, 2009
There's a few older games in the Windows world that have been made free to download by their publishers. For example, Command & Conquer: Red Alert.
I've downloaded a few of these and installed them on my Ubuntu system. They all run perfectly under Wine. (yay for Wine!)
The only thing that bugs me is that because they were originally commercial games, they insist on the CD being inserted in order to work.
On Windows, I know there are products that let you access an ISO image as if it were a proper CD, so you can run these games from the ISO.
Can anyone recommend a similar thing that will work with these games under Wine?
I've tried simply mounting them using the loop option, and also via FuseISO. These successfully mount the ISO as a readable filesystem in Linux. But the games don't recognise it as the real CD.
It's not a really big deal. If it can't be done, I'll be happy to keep sticking the CDs into the computer each time I want to play... but if it can be done,
No sound Ubuntu 12.04 through HDMI
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: August 24, 2012
Specs: Asus G73JH i7/720; ATI Mobility 5870
I have read through ALOT of threads on getting HDMI sound to work and non of them have fixed my issue. Granted i am very new to linux and know only the GUI aspect of what it does from finding similarities that windows 7 has. I would like to become a Linux Power User and i figured this would be a good step to get started. I was able to successfully install my graphics driver and it shows in use. I connect the HDMI to my HD tv and i get no sound. I dont care about auto switch for sound, that would be great but not necessary. I just want my sound to work through the HDMI.
What i have tried:
Changed GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX_DEFAULT="quiet splash" GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX_DEFAULT="quiet splash radeon.audio=1" pact set-card-profile 0 output:hdmi-surround Failure: no such entity Sound Settings: Right click speaker > sound settings > Output Tab Digital Output (S/PDIF) Built in Au
Netflix Desktop (run through Wine) causes system to overheat
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: October 26, 2013
I figured a grumpy red face was probably how my computer feels when I run Netflix Desktop through wine.
Hey, I've come back to Linux after 3 years and it's been a great experience coming back until I realized that Netflix (a new addition to my entertainment life) did not support being viewed on Linux systems! How silly, I pay for it monthly. Anyway, I have installed it onto my computer through Wine as the majority of ubuntu-related-install-suggestions have offered for me to do.
So let me put up the pros:
Audio is works great,Video quality isn't actually that bad, unlike much of the reviews I had read,Other than it freezing in full screen at one point it's easy to control the window.
Okay and here is the problem!:
When I run Netflix Desktop with Wine (how other way is there to run it?), my system heat goes from around 45℃ to 60℃ to a rather radiating 80℃ and sometimes up into the 100℃s! (Which means at some points my computer has the potential to boil water
how do i install iTunes on ubuntu amd x64 with wine?
location: linuxquestions.com - date: January 31, 2014
hi, i have this problem with iTunes install on wine. when i tryed the commands on wine appdbs. it says in the terminal it either fails to install the service pack or doesn't mkdir for that it says permission deneid. or it has error. does anyone know what the problem is wine or do i have ceraint files?
(linux noob) How to store steam games on different partition?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: March 21, 2014
My 500gb windows HDD was corrupted, so I formatted it, and changed it to Ext4. I have my ubuntu and steam on my 24GB SSD, and only have ~10gb to play with, not enough for even one of my steam games.
Is it possible to save games to my newly formatted ext4 HDD? I'm a complete noob, but I think it has something to do with fdisk?
As it is right now, I have my new HDD mounted but I can find no way of letting steam know I want to store games there.
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