I’m trying to setup fivem in Lutris. This requires me to use “wine runas /trustlevel:0x20000” to start it as a Normal User(giving an error otherwise because it doesn’t support admin). My Problem is that I see no way to implement this in lutris. Is there a way to do this or any other way to use wine as a Normal User? Thanks.
I also couldn’t figure out how to add a runas to run an installer as a regular user instead of full admin. Doesn’t seem to be a way to add command line arguments to wine rather than the windows app.
Since this is the only thread discussing this, just wanted to post an update.
Played around with a few things, and because of how
runas works, it is actually an executable in the wine prefix.
- Set my “Executable” under “Game Options” to the location of
runas.exe(which likely is
- Set my “Arguments” to either
- Use the Absolute DOS Path to the game executable (in DOS Path format, i.e. “C:\Program Files\My_Program\My_EXE.exe”):
/trustlevel:0x20000 <DOS Path to Game Executable>
- Set the “Working Directory” to the folder containing the Game Executable (using either the file picker or using Bash Path format, ie /home/My_User/…/<Game Directory>) and then the “Arguments” to:
/trustlevel:0x20000 <Game Executable>
Note, the path for the game executable needs to be in DOS format, i.e.
Just an FYI, if you receive the something like the following error:
0009:err:module:__wine_process_init L"C:\windows\system32\runas.exe" not found
double check that it is included with the wine version you set the prefix up with, ie this used to be only in wine-staging, can’t recall if this is still the case.