Oh they must've changed it then, used to be a program you ran. In any event what do you mean misplacing? Do you mean It's not actually downloading the file itself?
Edit ignore me I am flopping my face on keyboard, i have no idea how it works
[Edited by SneakyDevil, 1/2/2016 10:58:56 PM]
[Edited by SneakyDevil, 1/2/2016 11:03:22 PM]
I too am unable to generate a key using Firefox on Linux. I was however, able to generate a key on my Windows box. I am at a loss on how to proceed further.
[Edited by linesma, 1/2/2016 11:07:29 PM]
I guess I need a better understanding of the issue. Our offline key creator, trainers, etc were never meant to run on Linux, only on Windows. If you are using some sort of Windows emulator the trainers should be able to authenticate as long as they can access the Internet Explorer API and port 80 is not blocked. We have never tested the trainers on any Windows emulation be it Linux or OSX based.
What is happening, is the CH website is generating the keys, but when you go to download the keyfile, you get told the file is not found and can not be downloaded.
I think I can explain what is going on. My knowledge of Linux is more on the end user instead of the technical side. In a sense, he is trying to run the game and trainer in an "emulated" Windows environment using a program called Wine. Wine does not work the same way as a traditional emulator. Instead of creating a virtual machine, Wine creates a "translation" layer between the program and Linux. Similar to what DirectX does between games and Windows. Unlike full on emulation, Wine will only translate the API's that are needed for a program to run.
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