Linux is not one of the platforms supported by the Irish Driver Theory Test software, but I decided to give it a go under Wine. It did not work, but not because of a problem in Wine (at least not directly), but because of some sort of a copy protection in DTT. For some reason the DTT software thinks that the CD is a virtual CD, even though it’s a physical disc inserted into the physical drive.
The dialog window says:
This CD is probably a “virtual CD” or a counterfeit copy (which may have been sold or given to you illegally). Pirated software damages the industry, may not contain the most recent questions and will be not supported by us. If you have inadvertently purchased a pirated copy then you should return it to the seller demanding a full refund. We would appreciate notification at: todtsu…@imagitech.co.uk.
Perhaps the book store sold me an illegal copy, but it looks genuine. I’m wondering why is DTT thinking that the CD is not a physical disk.