PlayOnLinux launch issues

TheSickining

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[Not sure if this belongs under Linux, or Video-games. I apologize if this is the wrong category]
I am trying to get Mortal Online to run on Linux, however I am having a bit of trouble with PlayOnLinux.

I'v gotten past the other errors, but I am left with "fixme:x11drv:sync_window_opacity LWA_COLORKEY not supported" when I try to run Mortal Online. If anyone knows what the error is, and what package I need to install/fix the help will be appreciated.
 

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Mortal Online is a windows application, PlayOnLinux is a WINE front end. So basically, I'm trying to run it through WINE. I'm running Ubuntu 12.04. Edit: Just to see, I'm going to change the version of WINE I'm running MO from to see if that fixes anything. Edit again: It didn't do anything.
 

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So I ran a clean instalation of Mortal Online using WINE 1.7.11. I encountered an error installing .NET 3.5, so I'm going to try and fix that but now I have this error instead.
"fixme:wincodecs:pngDecoder_Block_GetCount 0x26216a8,0x32f110: stub" Ignore the smiley, TH is automatically detecting it. It's a colon and a P.
 

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I'm continuing to get issues, I figured my original issue would be my last. As such I'm just going to go to the PlayOnLinux forums for better help, but thanks for the help anyway Pinhedd.
 

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Are you trying to actually install the .NET runtime from Microsoft on Linux, or are you installing the Mono distribution packaged with Ubuntu?

I suspect that you may want to upgrade from 12.04 to 13.10. Ubuntu is a shit distribution to try and install upstream software on, and the distribution packages included with 13.10 are much newer.
 

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PlayOnLinux handles all of this for you, I'm installing them with WINE. I can't upgrade to 13.10, that version doesn't work on my computer.
 

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Why not? Your computer would have to have absolutely archaic hardware that is no longer supported in the mainline kernel to prevent 13.10 from running.
 

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I honestly have no clue, I tried it and Ubuntu wouldn't boot. I had to reinstall, so I'm stuck in 12.04. My hardware isn't old or anything, but it doesn't work. It might be related to this issue I was having with Windows, but that's a different story.

 

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