First, the patched you mentioned are included with the installer, so should not be applied to the installation. The P2FIX is for the Windows version of the game. It mostly corrects an issue for IE that was cause by the original installer. The SHP installer does not install the Win version, but converts it to the DOS version on installation. Using the P2DOSPAT after installation is not only unnecessary, but would probably unmap the concatenated resources, which is probably why you do not have the CD-less play. All of the SHP installers include the relevant patches, so none should be applied before or after installing.
I noticed that a couple of people have downloaded the installer output, which is a bit odd, since it does not make that much sense without seeing it in conjunction with the installer script
, not that it really matters.
Anyway, there are only 4 failed copies. These are irrelevant as they simply do not exist on that version of the game. They are included with the conversion to the DOS interpreter. I normally hide the copy commands with a simple file check before copy for files that do not exist on all versions supported. It causes no errors, but makes people think that something has gone wrong. I missed adding it for these 4 files. I just need to add the file checking for them. Thanks for bringing it to my attention.
Looking at the output, it looks as if everything went OK. Do another clean install and do not use any other patches. If everything goes right, you should find a "RESSCI.000" in the installed directory of about 103 MB. If you do not, it may be that UniSCI has issues in WINE. I would appreciate knowing it it does work in WINE.