Release Starcraft

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This is amazing, since my Pandora started to work I've found such new gems to play with and Starcraft is definitely one of em.

Single player looks to work fine for me, but everytime I want to start up multiplayer either original or Broodwar, it immediately crashes with a libscr_se_arm.exe error and I've been trying to figure out why it does that when other people can start up multiplayer.  Though I'm kinda a giant noob when it comes to debugging.

Can you help? And what do you need from me?

Thanks for the great release though, damn!
Just a little bit of questions, Which model Pandora do you have?, which version of the firmware are you running?  Also did you patch your version of Starcraft to the latest 1.16.1?
I've got an original pandora.

I'm running the newest firmware. 1.71 I believe, I only updated the firmware a few days ago.

And yes I did, I actually did it wrong once before, so I re-installed starcraft + broodwar, updated them both to 1.16.1 and then copied directory and files (like the two setup.exes) 
 

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Hmm that's not too out of the ordinary setup... Could you run starcraft again, have it crash again... then could you share the results of the pndrun out log file. should be a .out file in the /tmp/ directory with starcraft in the name.   
 
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Hmm that's not too out of the ordinary setup... Could you run starcraft again, have it crash again... then could you share the results of the pndrun out log file. should be a .out file in the /tmp/ directory with starcraft in the name.
Sure thing, here it is:

=======================================================================================

PND             : /media/dragon/pandora/desktop/starcraft.pnd

PND_FSTYPE      : Squashfs

APPDATADIR      : /media/dragon/pandora/appdata/starcraft

APPDD_FSTYPE    : ext2

PND_CPUSPEED    : <unset>

EXENAME         : run.sh

ARGUMENTS       : <unset>

=======================================================================================

[ START ]--- Mount the PND ----------

Mounting : mount -t squashfs -o ro "/dev/loop0" "/mnt/utmp/starcraft"

Mounting the Union FS : mount -t aufs -o exec,dirs="/media/dragon/pandora/appdata/starcraft=rw+nolwh":"/mnt/pnd/starcraft=rr" none "/mnt/utmp/starcraft"

[sUCCESS]--- Mount the PND ----------

[ START ]--- Starting the application ( run.sh  ) ----------

trace:loaddll:load_builtin_dll Loaded L"KERNEL32.dll" at 0x40aa0000: builtin

trace:loaddll:load_builtin_dll Loaded L"KERNEL32.dll" at 0x40a90000: builtin

trace:loaddll:load_builtin_dll Loaded L"C:\\windows\\system32\\wineboot.exe" at 0x40130000: builtin

trace:loaddll:load_builtin_dll Loaded L"C:\\windows\\system32\\advapi32.dll" at 0x40dd0000: builtin

trace:loaddll:load_builtin_dll Loaded L"KERNEL32.dll" at 0x40a80000: builtin

trace:loaddll:load_builtin_dll Loaded L"C:\\windows\\system32\\winemenubuilder.exe" at 0x40120000: builtin

trace:loaddll:load_builtin_dll Loaded L"KERNEL32.dll" at 0x40aa0000: builtin

trace:loaddll:load_builtin_dll Loaded L"C:\\windows\\system32\\services.exe" at 0x40150000: builtin

trace:loaddll:load_builtin_dll Loaded L"C:\\windows\\system32\\advapi32.dll" at 0x40180000: builtin

trace:loaddll:load_builtin_dll Loaded L"C:\\windows\\system32\\rpcrt4.dll" at 0x40de0000: builtin

trace:loaddll:load_builtin_dll Loaded L"C:\\windows\\system32\\advapi32.dll" at 0x40f60000: builtin

trace:loaddll:load_builtin_dll Loaded L"C:\\windows\\system32\\userenv.dll" at 0x40e50000: builtin

trace:loaddll:load_builtin_dll Loaded L"KERNEL32.dll" at 0x40a50000: builtin

trace:loaddll:load_builtin_dll Loaded L"C:\\windows\\system32\\winedevice.exe" at 0x40ca0000: builtin

trace:loaddll:load_builtin_dll Loaded L"C:\\windows\\system32\\advapi32.dll" at 0x40dd0000: builtin

trace:loaddll:load_builtin_dll Loaded L"C:\\windows\\system32\\gdi32.dll" at 0x41100000: builtin

trace:loaddll:load_builtin_dll Loaded L"C:\\windows\\system32\\ntoskrnl.exe" at 0x40e30000: builtin

trace:loaddll:load_builtin_dll Loaded L"C:\\windows\\system32\\version.dll" at 0x411f0000: builtin

trace:loaddll:load_builtin_dll Loaded L"C:\\windows\\system32\\user32.dll" at 0x40fd0000: builtin

trace:loaddll:load_builtin_dll Loaded L"C:\\windows\\system32\\rpcrt4.dll" at 0x40e80000: builtin

trace:loaddll:load_builtin_dll Loaded L"C:\\windows\\system32\\rpcrt4.dll" at 0x41220000: builtin

trace:loaddll:load_builtin_dll Loaded L"C:\\windows\\system32\\ole32.dll" at 0x40e70000: builtin

trace:loaddll:load_builtin_dll Loaded L"C:\\windows\\system32\\mountmgr.sys" at 0x41100000: builtin

trace:loaddll:load_builtin_dll Loaded L"KERNEL32.dll" at 0x40a60000: builtin

trace:loaddll:load_builtin_dll Loaded L"C:\\windows\\system32\\plugplay.exe" at 0x40190000: builtin

trace:loaddll:load_builtin_dll Loaded L"C:\\windows\\system32\\advapi32.dll" at 0x40da0000: builtin

trace:loaddll:load_builtin_dll Loaded L"C:\\windows\\system32\\rpcrt4.dll" at 0x40e00000: builtin

trace:loaddll:load_builtin_dll Loaded L"C:\\windows\\system32\\oleaut32.dll" at 0x412a0000: builtin

trace:loaddll:load_builtin_dll Loaded L"C:\\windows\\system32\\shlwapi.dll" at 0x413a0000: builtin

trace:loaddll:load_builtin_dll Loaded L"C:\\windows\\system32\\windowscodecs.dll" at 0x40dc0000: builtin

trace:loaddll:load_builtin_dll Loaded L"C:\\windows\\system32\\shell32.dll" at 0x41410000: builtin

trace:loaddll:load_builtin_dll Loaded L"C:\\windows\\system32\\gdi32.dll" at 0x411f0000: builtin

trace:loaddll:load_builtin_dll Loaded L"C:\\windows\\system32\\version.dll" at 0x40060000: builtin

trace:loaddll:load_builtin_dll Loaded L"C:\\windows\\system32\\user32.dll" at 0x410c0000: builtin

trace:loaddll:load_builtin_dll Loaded L"C:\\windows\\system32\\shlwapi.dll" at 0x41050000: builtin

trace:loaddll:load_builtin_dll Loaded L"C:\\windows\\system32\\shell32.dll" at 0x40e30000: builtin

trace:loaddll:load_builtin_dll Loaded L"KERNEL32.dll" at 0x40a40000: builtin

trace:loaddll:load_builtin_dll Loaded L"C:\\windows\\system32\\explorer.exe" at 0x40c70000: builtin

trace:loaddll:load_builtin_dll Loaded L"C:\\windows\\system32\\advapi32.dll" at 0x40e20000: builtin

trace:loaddll:load_builtin_dll Loaded L"C:\\windows\\system32\\rpcrt4.dll" at 0x40da0000: builtin

trace:loaddll:load_builtin_dll Loaded L"C:\\windows\\system32\\gdi32.dll" at 0x40fb0000: builtin

trace:loaddll:load_builtin_dll Loaded L"C:\\windows\\system32\\version.dll" at 0x410b0000: builtin

trace:loaddll:load_builtin_dll Loaded L"C:\\windows\\system32\\user32.dll" at 0x40e90000: builtin

trace:loaddll:load_builtin_dll Loaded L"Z:\\mnt\\utmp\\starcraft\\libscr_sa_arm.exe" at 0x40d60000: builtin

trace:loaddll:load_builtin_dll Loaded L"C:\\windows\\system32\\advapi32.dll" at 0x41510000: builtin

trace:loaddll:load_builtin_dll Loaded L"C:\\windows\\system32\\gdi32.dll" at 0x41410000: builtin

trace:loaddll:load_builtin_dll Loaded L"C:\\windows\\system32\\version.dll" at 0x400e0000: builtin

trace:loaddll:load_builtin_dll Loaded L"C:\\windows\\system32\\user32.dll" at 0x412e0000: builtin

trace:loaddll:load_builtin_dll Loaded L"C:\\windows\\system32\\winex11.drv" at 0x411d0000: builtin

trace:loaddll:load_builtin_dll Loaded L"C:\\windows\\system32\\imm32.dll" at 0x40120000: builtin

trace:loaddll:load_builtin_dll Loaded L"C:\\windows\\system32\\msvcrt.dll" at 0x41580000: builtin

trace:loaddll:load_builtin_dll Loaded L"C:\\windows\\system32\\imm32.dll" at 0x41390000: builtin

trace:loaddll:load_builtin_dll Loaded L"C:\\windows\\system32\\shlwapi.dll" at 0x413e0000: builtin

trace:loaddll:load_builtin_dll Loaded L"C:\\windows\\system32\\shell32.dll" at 0x41480000: builtin

trace:loaddll:load_builtin_dll Loaded L"C:\\windows\\system32\\winex11.drv" at 0x41720000: builtin

trace:loaddll:load_builtin_dll Loaded L"C:\\windows\\system32\\rpcrt4.dll" at 0x417d0000: builtin

trace:loaddll:load_builtin_dll Loaded L"C:\\windows\\system32\\ole32.dll" at 0x416e0000: builtin

trace:loaddll:load_builtin_dll Loaded L"C:\\windows\\system32\\msacm32.dll" at 0x40150000: builtin

trace:loaddll:load_builtin_dll Loaded L"C:\\windows\\system32\\winmm.dll" at 0x41610000: builtin

trace:loaddll:load_builtin_dll Loaded L"C:\\windows\\system32\\shlwapi.dll" at 0x41a60000: builtin

trace:loaddll:load_builtin_dll Loaded L"C:\\windows\\system32\\shell32.dll" at 0x41850000: builtin

trace:loaddll:load_builtin_dll Loaded L"C:\\windows\\system32\\comctl32.dll" at 0x41bb0000: builtin

trace:loaddll:load_builtin_dll Loaded L"C:\\windows\\system32\\winspool.drv" at 0x41ca0000: builtin

trace:loaddll:load_builtin_dll Loaded L"C:\\windows\\system32\\comdlg32.dll" at 0x41ad0000: builtin

trace:loaddll:load_builtin_dll Loaded L"C:\\windows\\system32\\winex11.drv" at 0x41de0000: builtin

trace:loaddll:load_builtin_dll Loaded L"C:\\windows\\system32\\uxtheme.dll" at 0x420e0000: builtin

err:menubuilder:write_freedesktop_mime_type_entry error writing file /mnt/utmp/starcraft/mime/packages/x-wine-extension-ini.xml

trace:loaddll:load_builtin_dll Loaded L"C:\\windows\\system32\\opengl32.dll" at 0x429a0000: builtin

trace:loaddll:load_builtin_dll Loaded L"C:\\windows\\system32\\wined3d.dll" at 0x42860000: builtin

trace:loaddll:load_builtin_dll Loaded L"C:\\windows\\system32\\ddraw.dll" at 0x427f0000: builtin

fixme:win:EnumDisplayDevicesW ((null),0,0x412cf2b8,0x00000000), stub!

fixme:fbdev:X11DRV_fbdev_SetCurrentMode Cannot change screen BPP from 16 to 8

trace:loaddll:load_builtin_dll Loaded L"C:\\windows\\system32\\dsound.dll" at 0x42c00000: builtin

trace:loaddll:load_builtin_dll Loaded L"C:\\windows\\system32\\oleaut32.dll" at 0x42c70000: builtin

trace:loaddll:load_builtin_dll Loaded L"C:\\windows\\system32\\mmdevapi.dll" at 0x42c40000: builtin

trace:loaddll:load_builtin_dll Loaded L"C:\\windows\\system32\\winealsa.drv" at 0x42d70000: builtin

ALSA lib pcm_dmix.c:1028:(snd_pcm_dmix_open) The dmix plugin supports only playback stream

err:menubuilder:convert_to_native_icon error 0x800703E6 creating output file L"Z:\\mnt\\utmp\\starcraft\\icons\\hicolor\\16x16\\apps\\1E64_notepad.0.png"

err:menubuilder:convert_to_native_icon error 0x800703E6 creating output file L"Z:\\mnt\\utmp\\starcraft\\icons\\hicolor\\32x32\\apps\\1E64_notepad.0.png"

err:menubuilder:convert_to_native_icon error 0x800703E6 creating output file L"Z:\\mnt\\utmp\\starcraft\\icons\\hicolor\\48x48\\apps\\1E64_notepad.0.png"

err:menubuilder:write_freedesktop_association_entry error writing association file "/mnt/utmp/starcraft/applications/wine-extension-ini.desktop"

I/O warning : failed to load external entity "/mnt/utmp/starcraft/mime/packages/x-wine-extension-ini.xml"

I/O warning : failed to load external entity "/mnt/utmp/starcraft/mime/packages/x-wine-extension-msp.xml"

Could not parse file "/mnt/utmp/starcraft/applications/wine-extension-ini.desktop": Input/output error

Could not parse file "/mnt/utmp/starcraft/applications/wine-extension-msp.desktop": Input/output error

Could not parse file "/mnt/utmp/starcraft/applications/wine-extension-rtf.desktop": Key file does not start with a group

Could not parse file "/mnt/utmp/starcraft/applications/wine-extension-wri.desktop": Key file contains line '?PNG' which is not a key-value pair, group, or comment

wine: Unhandled page fault on read access to 0x00000018 at address 0x40e43290 (thread 0009), starting debugger...

couldn't load main module (2)

Unhandled exception: page fault on read access to 0x00000018 in 32-bit code (0x40e43290).

Register dump:

ARM User Mode

 Pc:40e43290 Sp:412cfc28 Lr:40ffe928 Cpsr:60000010(-ZC-)

 r0:00000004 r1:00000018 r2:40ff4e9c r3:00000000

 r4:4333ba6c r5:40fd8a88 r6:40ffe950 r7:0000000b

 r8:0000000a r9:00009a44 r10:00000001 Fp:4333ba8e Ip:00000000

Stack dump:

0x412cfc28:  40581240 40fd600c 40581240 411c3070

0x412cfc38:  00000004 00000005 00000280 4333000b

0x412cfc48:  411c4c80 00000000 4333ba6c 0000000e

0x412cfc58:  4333ba96 411b0264 411b365c 40ff0504

0x412cfc68:  00000000 40e47474 00000000 00000000

0x412cfc78:  00000000 00000000 40e829f4 00000000

Backtrace:

=>0 0x40e43290 (0x4333ba8e)

  1 0x40ffe928 (0x4333ba8e)

0x40e43290: 

ldr r8, [r1, #0]

Modules:

Module Address Debug info Name (26 modules)

PE 400e0000-400e4000 Deferred        version

PE 40120000-40124000 Deferred        imm32

PE 40150000-40159000 Deferred        msacm32

PE 404d0000-404d4000 Deferred        ntdll

PE 40aa0000-40c3c000 Deferred        kernel32

PE 412e0000-4131b000 Deferred        user32

PE 41410000-41417000 Deferred        gdi32

PE 41510000-41514000 Deferred        advapi32

PE 41580000-41584000 Deferred        msvcrt

PE 41610000-41686000 Deferred        winmm

PE 416e0000-416e8000 Deferred        ole32

PE 417d0000-417d4000 Deferred        rpcrt4

PE 41850000-419ae000 Deferred        shell32

PE 41a60000-41a68000 Deferred        shlwapi

PE 41ad0000-41b68000 Deferred        comdlg32

PE 41bb0000-41bdf000 Deferred        comctl32

PE 41ca0000-41caa000 Deferred        winspool

PE 41de0000-41de4000 Deferred        winex11

PE 420e0000-420e4000 Deferred        uxtheme

PE 427f0000-427f4000 Deferred        ddraw

PE 42860000-42864000 Deferred        wined3d

PE 429a0000-429a4000 Deferred        opengl32

PE 42c00000-42c04000 Deferred        dsound

PE 42c40000-42c44000 Deferred        mmdevapi

PE 42c70000-42c78000 Deferred        oleaut32

PE 42d70000-42d73000 Deferred        winealsa

Threads:

process  tid      prio (all id:s are in hex)

00000008 (D) Z:\mnt\utmp\starcraft\libscr_sa_arm.exe

00000024    0

00000023   15

00000022    0

00000021    1

00000009    0 <==

0000000e services.exe

0000001c    0

0000001b    0

00000016    0

00000014    0

00000010    0

0000000f    0

00000012 winedevice.exe

00000018    0

00000017    0

00000013    0

00000019 plugplay.exe

0000001e    0

0000001d    0

0000001a    0

0000001f explorer.exe

00000020    0

[sUCCESS]--- Starting the application ( run.sh  ) ----------

[ START ]--- Restoring the frame buffer status ----------

[sUCCESS]--- Restoring the frame buffer status ----------

[ START ]--- Restoring nub mode ----------

[sUCCESS]--- Restoring nub mode ----------

[ START ]--- uMount the PND ----------

[ START ]--- Waiting the Union to be available ----------



Ohhhh, it's the spoiler tag, see I was looking around for some kind of "collapse" tag but couldn't figure it out, thanks :D


Also, I'm running with a normal flash right now, but I've also got an SD I could flash and run from, would that be better?
 
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^ I would think your setup is fine. 

I'm not entirely sure what to make of that error other that it seems to have thrown an exception. I suppose Notaz would be the best to look at that error. 
 

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^ I would think your setup is fine. 


I'm not entirely sure what to make of that error other that it seems to have thrown an exception. I suppose Notaz would be the best to look at that error. 
Alright, thanks a lot for trying to figure it out so far, I hope Notaz can help me out, I want to surprise people at the next Lan party by playing Starcraft on my OP :D
 

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Another question, were exactly is it crashing? as soon as you click the multiplayer option on the main menu or when you try to start up a game? 

I don't believe I've ever tried starting a battle.net game, I've always started a LAN game via UDP connection as IPX isn't really an option anymore.
 

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^ I would think your setup is fine. 


I'm not entirely sure what to make of that error other that it seems to have thrown an exception. I suppose Notaz would be the best to look at that error. 
Alright, thanks a lot for trying to figure it out so far, I hope Notaz can help me out, I want to surprise people at the next Lan party by playing Starcraft on my OP :D
It crashes right after I click the button, sometimes I can hear the sound of the next menu appearing, but the game is already closing at that point.

Let me be more clear, after I click multiplayer and then broodwar or Original... Either of those two crashes the game immediatly 
 
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APPDD_FSTYPE    : ext2

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err:menubuilder:write_freedesktop_mime_type_entry error writing file /mnt/utmp/starcraft/mime/packages/x-wine-extension-ini.xml

err:menubuilder:convert_to_native_icon error 0x800703E6 creating output file L"Z:\\mnt\\utmp\\starcraft\\icons\\hicolor\\16x16\\apps\\1E64_notepad.0.png"
err:menubuilder:convert_to_native_icon error 0x800703E6 creating output file L"Z:\\mnt\\utmp\\starcraft\\icons\\hicolor\\32x32\\apps\\1E64_notepad.0.png"

err:menubuilder:convert_to_native_icon error 0x800703E6 creating output file L"Z:\\mnt\\utmp\\starcraft\\icons\\hicolor\\48x48\\apps\\1E64_notepad.0.png"

err:menubuilder:write_freedesktop_association_entry error writing association file "/mnt/utmp/starcraft/applications/wine-extension-ini.desktop"

I/O warning : failed to load external entity "/mnt/utmp/starcraft/mime/packages/x-wine-extension-ini.xml"

I/O warning : failed to load external entity "/mnt/utmp/starcraft/mime/packages/x-wine-extension-msp.xml"
This should not happen, perhaps some permission issue? Wine is probably failing to make a windows-like directory tree, and games are often full of assumptions about that. Or something is just plain broken on ext2, I have only tested it on FAT.
 

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It runs beautifully for me, but I have a question. When I'm running it on my Rebirth, it's a 4:3 ratio instead of taking up the entire screen. But some of the Youtube videos showing this running seem to be running it fully taking up the entire screen. 

For example, in this video:

https://www.youtube.com/embed/7vWnyDrNQO4?feature=oembed

But when I run it in exactly the same, way, it does not go wide, it stays instead in 4:3, leaving the two black bars on the side. How do I get it to stretch?
 

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I made that video, Its 4:3 on the Pandora and my TV... that is my old 36" CRT wich isn't widescreen using the TV out cables. Starcraft was made before widescreen became popular.
 
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I made that video, Its 4:3 on the Pandora and my TV... that is my old 36" CRT using the TV out cables. Starcraft was made before widescreen became popular.
Oh, it looked like it was on the Pandora screen. I'd seen another one that looked the same way, I didn't realize it wasn't actually displaying on a Pandora screen. I was around when Starcraft was released, I wasn't sure if there was some kind of display stretching that Notaz's port was able to do that I was missing or something. :)
 

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I have to think stretching may be possible somehow, although I rather have the "black borders" than stretched. SDL method is the only way I know, but I don't think Starcraft is using SDL. 
 

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APPDD_FSTYPE    : ext2

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err:menubuilder:write_freedesktop_mime_type_entry error writing file /mnt/utmp/starcraft/mime/packages/x-wine-extension-ini.xml

err:menubuilder:convert_to_native_icon error 0x800703E6 creating output file L"Z:\\mnt\\utmp\\starcraft\\icons\\hicolor\\16x16\\apps\\1E64_notepad.0.png"
err:menubuilder:convert_to_native_icon error 0x800703E6 creating output file L"Z:\\mnt\\utmp\\starcraft\\icons\\hicolor\\32x32\\apps\\1E64_notepad.0.png"

err:menubuilder:convert_to_native_icon error 0x800703E6 creating output file L"Z:\\mnt\\utmp\\starcraft\\icons\\hicolor\\48x48\\apps\\1E64_notepad.0.png"

err:menubuilder:write_freedesktop_association_entry error writing association file "/mnt/utmp/starcraft/applications/wine-extension-ini.desktop"

I/O warning : failed to load external entity "/mnt/utmp/starcraft/mime/packages/x-wine-extension-ini.xml"

I/O warning : failed to load external entity "/mnt/utmp/starcraft/mime/packages/x-wine-extension-msp.xml"
This should not happen, perhaps some permission issue? Wine is probably failing to make a windows-like directory tree, and games are often full of assumptions about that. Or something is just plain broken on ext2, I have only tested it on FAT.
I'm gonna see if reflashing helps out with this issue. I'll post here if it does or doesn't :p
 

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I was talking about your appdata permissions, so you should better check directory permissions of your SC install, like maybe the directory belongs to different uid than the one that is logged in on pandora, or just try a FAT32 card.
 
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I have to think stretching may be possible somehow, although I rather have the "black borders" than stretched. SDL method is the only way I know, but I don't think Starcraft is using SDL. 
I think with 640x480 vs 800x480 isn't too bad and just large enough that the extra width would make some aspects of the game a little easier to work with by having the extra space for the touch screen to work, but I think to each their own, to be honest. But I don't know if that'd be an issue with the hack that Notaz is using or not. But even still, Starcraft on the Pandora at full speed is still pretty epic! 

I can't get the left bumper to trigger right mouse click though, for some reason, but if I use ABMouse, I can at least use a button.
 

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uploaded an update today (b8):


- wine updates from jazz2 project:
-- optimizations, reduced wineserver CPU usage
-- reduced audio latency
- added a launcher with some options. If you don't want to change anything, just press enter or space to launch the game.
- added optional fullscreen scaling
- recompiled with latest tools
 

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Wauw! It is sooo much faster, don't know if that's also because of the OS update but...

wauw!
It might be that I haven't fired it up in a while, but... woah... it feels ridiculously quick. Definitely faster than when I played it on my Pentium 2, or whatever the hell I had back then.

<3 notaz
 
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