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    Default Autokick on Ubuntu / Linux Guide

    For those of you who have Linux systems and want to run Autokick to scan your mohaa servers, it's possible to do so, but you must use wine! I use Ubuntu 10.04, so the following code is for Ubuntu only.

    First, you'll need to install the latest version of wine.

    http://www.winehq.org/download/ubuntu

    Code:
    It is also possible to add the Wine PPA and install via the terminal. This may be useful on Kubuntu, Xubuntu, and other Ubuntu derivatives.
    
    sudo add-apt-repository ppa:ubuntu-wine/ppa
    
    Then update APT's package information by running 'sudo apt-get update'. You can now install Wine by typing 'sudo apt-get install wine1.3'.
    Next, you'll need to download and use Winetricks:

    http://wiki.winehq.org/winetricks

    Code:
    wget http://winetricks.org/winetricks
    Make the winetricks file executable, but right clicking on the file --> Properties --> Permissions --> under Execute: check the box!

    Now, double click on winetricks, and choose to run it in the terminal.

    Winetricks should load, and it asks to choose a wineprefix. Keep the default selected as "Select the default wineprefix". Click on OK. Now choose, "Install a Windows DLL or component".

    Choose and install the following Windows components:

    Code:
    jet40
    mdac28
    mono210
    vcrun2005
    comdlg32ocx
    flash
    gecko
    mshflxgd
    vcrun2008
    dotnet35
    dotnet30
    vb6run
    vb5run
    vcrun2003
    vb6run
    wsh57
    d3dx9_36
    dotnet30
    crypt32
    msasn1
    dotnet35
    w_workaround_wine_bug-25060
    msi2
    vcrun2010
    Autokick will now install and run in wine. Cheers!
    Last edited by own3mall; October 14th, 2011 at 10:34 AM.

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    Also, here's a bash script that can be run to start Autokick when your system starts up:

    Code:
    #!/bin/bash
    
    wine "c:\program files\Autokick\Autokick.exe" "/a"
    The /a starts scanning automatically once the program is launched.

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    Thank you

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