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[POC] wine launcher thru nvidia container

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Hi, same as steam requires 32bit, wine requires 32bit for some application(or games in that matter, e.g. Battle.Net)

So I created docker (basically same way steam one if made) and it seems to work. It would require wrapper to launch it and proper ebuild.

I'm not sure if I'm going to continue working on it, but if anyone want to take over or play starcraft 2 😛

https://github.com/funkycode/funtoo-wine-launcher - dockerfile

https://quay.io/repository/funkycode/funtoo-wine-launcher - docker image

to launch:

 

# Make folder for steam data

STEAM_DATA_FOLDER=~/wineData

mkdir -p ${STEAM_DATA_FOLDER}

 

# Update to your image if you want

WINE_NVIDIA_IMAGE=quay.io/funkycode/funtoo-wine-launcher

 

# Name of the container to be used

WINE_CONTAINER=wine-nvidia-${USER}

nvidia-docker run -ti --privileged --name ${WINE_CONTAINER} -e WINEPREFIX=/home/wine -e DISPLAY=$DISPLAY -e PULSE_SERVER=unix:${XDG_RUNTIME_DIR}/pulse/native -v /tmp/.X11-unix:/tmp/.X11-unix -v /dev/shm:/dev/shm -v ${XDG_RUNTIME_DIR}/pulse:${XDG_RUNTIME_DIR}/pulse -v ${STEAM_DATA_FOLDER}:/home/wine ${WINE_NVIDIA_IMAGE} bash

#example of how to launch battle.net in container (if it's installed, if not just downlaod it and copy to steam data folder and run wine inside container on that file)

wine  /home/wine/drive_c/Program\ Files/Battle.net/Battle.net\ Launcher.exe

 

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