Aliens vs Predator was available for free to promote GOG's new Galaxy client. So of course I picked it up! Little did I know, the Galaxy client is bundled in the executable. So naturally I would do my PlayOnLinux installation as per all of my guides and the installation would never start correctly. I would get some errors I've never seen before: Code: OLE error ProgID: "WBEMscripting.SWbemLocator" Turns out, this is unique with Aliens vs Predator Classic because Galaxy is bundled with it. Of course, now I'm concerned because as all of GOG's games start becoming Galaxy "compatible" are they all going to have these installation problems? There is a work-around for the time being... Launch PlayOnLinux Click Configure Create your virtual drive Copy/Paste the aliens_vs_predator.exe into the virtual drive drive_c Create a shortcut to aliens_vs_predator.exe Select shortcut Arguments: /nogui /SILENT /SUPPRESSMSGBOXES Close Configure Select exe shortcut Click Run Wait for game to unpack (please be patient, its very slow) Go back to PlayOnLinux Click Configure Select Aliens vs Predator virtual drive (left side) Click "create a new shortcut in this virtual drive" Select AvP.exe Name shortcut "Aliens vs Predator" Close Configure Run game Have fun with setting the resolution! This is the work-around, basically extracting the .exe with PlayOnLinux and a few arguments. Kinda sucks, but hopefully GOG will work it out so the installers work fine again.