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Running a wine terminal / Installing a wine patch into a bottle
Hello, thanks in advance for reading this.

There's probably a very simple way to accomplish this, but I'm looking to install a wine patch into my Black & White ( bottle in order to fix some black textures.

According to this:
I need to install the following:

mkdir ~/src
cd ~/src
git clone git:// ~/src/wine
cd ~/src/wine
wget -O wine-dxt13-to-argb4444-xrgb1555-conversion.patch
wget -O wine-dderr.patch
patch -p1 < wine-dxt13-to-argb4444-xrgb1555-conversion.patch
patch -p1 < wine-dderr.patch

./configure --prefix=/usr
make depend
sudo make install

Anyway I'd really appreciate any help in figuring out how to do this.
That's not simple. Such a patch is applied to the source code of WINE and then you need to compile WINE again. You cannot apply it to a readymade Crossover.
Thanks for replying.

That's a shame. So there's no way to modify the code of an individual bottle? Oh well.

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