[olug] wine

Kevin sharpestmarble at gmail.com
Mon Dec 20 04:19:02 UTC 2010

I don't know if turning of SELinux would help; one thing to check would be
to install the setroubleshootd package and then watch /var/log/messages for
anything from setroubleshoot. If anything is denied because of SELinux, then
having setroubleshootd running will create a log ent

On Sun, Dec 19, 2010 at 21:34, Kevin D. Snodgrass <kdsnodgrass at yahoo.com>wrote:

> I finally gave in, sort of...  I would like to play online poker and most
> of the poker websites require downloading their custom software, which of
> course is written for winders users. <sigh>  I did find one that uses Java,
> but it crashes...  Anyhow, I did a separate install of Fedora 13 on this
> machine and installed wine.  Read some stuff, downloaded the software from
> both PokerStars and FullTilt and both crash.  I go to a table, join the game
> (i.e. sit down), when the current hand finishes and the dealer is ready to
> deal the next hand, wine crashes.  SIGSEGV, i.e. seg fault.  I read
> somewhere about making a change to allow "low memory" access for wine, which
> I did.
> So the question is, does anybody in OLUG play poker online from Linux?  Do
> you use wine or Java?  Since I am totally ignorant about both, especially
> wine (since I know essentially nothing useful about winders) I don't even
> know where to start.  Would turning off selinux help?
> Any help would be appreciated...
> Kevin D. Snodgrass
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