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Old 15th July 2012, 10:19 PM
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Direct3D Under Wine

Hey guys, I'm fairly new here so bare with me. I'm also going to post this on the Wine boards but i figured I'd see if I could get a response out of Fedora folks first

So I've successfully got a stable Wine 1.5.8 running, which is happily running steam with no problems whatsoever. So I got The Walking Dead in the sale today and I cant launch it via steam because I get this error-


So I figured I wouldnt be so dumb as to expect it to launch direct from steam within WINE

$ wine .wine/drive_c/steam/Steam.exe -applaunch 207610

fixme:dbghelp:elf_search_auxv can't find symbol in module

Basically I cant get the game to launch.
Im running on Fedora 17x64, on Cinnamon/G3
4GB ram, Nvidia 460GTX 295.59 Drivers.

Any help would be great. Thanks in advance
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