LinuxPlanet: Cedega Linux Revives Linux Gaming
Jul 06, 2004, 17:30 (1 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Kurt Wall)
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"On June 22, TransGaming announced the release on WineX 4.0,
renaming it Cedega Linux. As a rule, I'm skeptical of vendors'
claims for their products, but Cedega Linux lives up to its
billing: it takes Linux gaming into new territory and puts Linux
gaming back on the map. In short, Cedega is fine wine, indeed!
"TransGaming renamed WineX 'Cedega,' which is more
conventionally known as a grape used to make Port wine and which
enables TransGaming (and columnists) to engage in lots of wordplay.
The name change reflects significant changes and improvements in
- "Support for DirectX 9.0
- "Support for high-performance pixel and vertex shaders
- "A new version of the Cedega user interface,