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== Installation trial and error ==
== Installation trial and error ==
Apparently Crossover can utilize Python3 with the help of pygtk.  Personally, I can't confirm this right now.  [[User:T1nk3r3r|T1nk3r3r]] ([[User talk:T1nk3r3r|talk]]) 08:09, 24 September 2012 (UTC)
Can anyone vouch for the continuing validity of the following sections?  Otherwise, I will condense/remove information that doesn't appear relevant/necessary to the current version. [[User:T1nk3r3r|T1nk3r3r]] ([[User talk:T1nk3r3r|talk]]) 08:09, 24 September 2012 (UTC)
=== What I did ===
    $ wget http://www.codeweavers.com/account/downloads/install-crossover-standard-10.0.0.bin
    $ sudo sh install-crossover-standard-10.0.0.bin
accepted license agreement and the standard path (/opt/cxoffice), clicked install, got a python error that went away again, then clicked OK. Then I went into /opt/cxoffice/bin and did
    sed -i".tmp" 's/env python/env python2/' /opt/cxoffice/bin/*
and started /opt/cxoffice/cxsetup
=== Arch 64 Section ===
I found a link that is very helpful to those of us running the 64 bit version. https://bbs.archlinux.org/viewtopic.php?id=107765
Also, I'm not sure on the complete meaning of this part of the article:
''As the above isn't working now because of python3 and perhaps some more issues, it's likely better to install via AUR. One can you a helper such as bauer: bauerbill --aur -S crossover-games replace "/usr/bin/env python" with "/usr/bin/env python2" in the following files in directory cd /opt/cxgames/bin/: cxassocedit cxinstaller cxmenuedit cxmessage cxregister cxreset cxrun cxsetup cxupdatecheck cxwait
''All should work now.
I get the main idea, however would somebody who knows more about this be able to add some more clarity?

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Installation trial and error