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Monday, July 12, 2004

Testing Cedega

I recently downloaded the Slackware package of Cedega, the program formerly known as WineX. The only game I've tried with it so far is Jedi Academy. I was able to install the program without running into the disc-swapping problem I had with WineX 3. The game also seems to run quite a bit faster. I'm not sure why that is. Cedega has better support for DirectX 9 (including pixel and vertex shaders) and a better ALSA sound driver. It may be one of those two things. At any rate, about all I can say is so far, so good.

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