Robin wrote:I've tryed to run BoA on a Mac (G4 and OSX) using Virtual PC, but it did not work. leure:
This info about Unix give me some hope as Mac is "Unix friendly"...
Anybody have an idea to do it ?
Duncan Ferguson wrote:I finally suscribed...sad day, indeed leure:
Could you tell me how did you make it work? thank you in advance...
I get an error about debugger or something. it installs ok, though.
EDIT: i managed to install the demo with some error messages. This means that the debugger error message has something to do with the serial code. Anyway, the demo starts but gets almost stucked at loading the game...it also says that supports Spellforce 2 but i cannot install it...Oh well!
Duncan Ferguson wrote:1.) First I had to --force -architecture the deb because they have no .deb for 64 bits. So I guess my drivers (the NVIDIA driver) are not working properly.
Duncan Ferguson wrote:2.) Cedega only supports some games from their list. The others work according to some users, but it depends on the Cedega engine version and on the setup...it doesn't seem straightforward (somehow, I thought Cedega was straightforward)
Duncan Ferguson wrote:3.) The installer works with Cedega, but it gives some errors at the end of the installation proccess. Then, Cedega is not able to execute the program with some of the engines. With others, the game starts, but some error messages appear complaining about debugger.
Duncan Ferguson wrote:There are many things to tweak. I could go back to 32-bits Ubuntu, but I would lose all my music and setup...I can save them, but it's a whole lot of work. I could try with the 64-bits, but I have to install the 32-bit opengl support and then try again...
Duncan Ferguson wrote:Thanks for your help, anyway...
BIGtrouble77 wrote:Don't give up so soon!!!
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