Or add --show-all to see how CrossOver would fix it on your platform and others.
Alternatively you may try one of the commands below.
For 32-bit Windows applications Debian : apt-get install libtxc-dxtn-s2tc0:i386 Fedora (1) : dnf install libtxc_dxtn
For 64-bit Windows applications Debian : apt-get install libtxc-dxtn-s2tc0:amd64 Fedora (1) : dnf install libtxc_dxtn.i686 libtxc_dxtn.x86_64
cxfix --show-all may have more up-to-date fixes.
The commands usually also apply to derived distributions. So for instance a fix for Debian is typically also applicable to Ubuntu, Linux Mint, Deepin and Pop! OS. Similarly a fix for Fedora likely also works on Red Hat Enterprise Linux, CentOS, etc.
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