How to run Wolfenstein OLD BLOOD with WINE

– – missing GL_EXT_framebuffer_object issue

straight to the point

On my VGA compatible controller: Intel Corporation HD Graphics 630
by examining glxinfo
I noticed that the extension was not available for newer OpenGL profiles, like 4.5;
but it was indeed available on earlier OpenGL versions, like 3.0;

TO FIX:Just set Core Mesa environment variable MESA_GL_VERSION_OVERRIDE to “3.5COMPAT”
Example, shell invocation:
$ export MESA_GL_VERSION_OVERRIDE="3.5COMPAT"
then run the game like
wine PATHTOGAME
or env MESA_GL_VERSION_OVERRIDE="3.5COMPAT" steam
etc, etc;

or even “4.5COMPAT” would do the trick
you can create a new shortcut or invoke via terminal if only playing Wolf3d,
Since some other games using custom wine overlay “Proton-3.7” can break because of that config.

Now if i could just figure how to fix the crash after loading a savegame… new games work but here i just crash loading any savegame. shucks.

In case you want these settings only for a specific game, you can edit the .desktop files in gnome-shell and then issue ALT+F2 “restart” so new config is read.

Actually, on my GNU/Gentoo Linux, I just put it on the env.d environment variables configurations,
like this:
vim /etc/env.d/90games && env-update

then just re-login yer gnome-shell and yer rdy to go.

So, sometimes u must give one step backwards to move two steps beyond;
LoL!

TKS .:
now:> BRING IT ON!

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