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Rise Of The Reds 1.86 on linux - SWR.net Problem, problem with lunching the game with "Direct Connect"
Riyad Enakoua
post 6 May 2017, 3:22
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hi everyone ....
i am a bit newbie to this forum ...
i managed to install and play the game with 1.86 mod on linux/debian using wine ...
everything goes well i played solo game no crash nothing ..
but when i activate "direct connect" for SWR.net and choose "Lunch" from the Launcher .. the Game doesn't show up and the launcher closes ...
any luck of help ? huh.gif
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post 6 May 2017, 7:16
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well, direct connect wont work unless you have the ports open in your router for swrnet.
no idea if u can with Linux/wine but run the launcher with admin privileges


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post 8 May 2017, 4:49
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QUOTE (Skitt @ 6 May 2017, 7:16) *
well, direct connect wont work unless you have the ports open in your router for swrnet.
no idea if u can with Linux/wine but run the launcher with admin privileges


i am using "Wine" in linux .. also i am behind a NAT ...

i get this error :

"err:winsock:WSAIoctl -> _WSAIO(IOC_WS2, 23) request failed with status 0x2733"



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SWR.net worked on my same laptop under Windows 10 and windows 8.1 with Administrative permission ..

under Wine .. No luck till this moment ..
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