[Wine] Ubuntu + Wine = Can't See My WoW :(
kincera at gmail.com
Fri Jan 4 14:47:03 CST 2008
I don't know how graphics intensive WoW is, but I can attest that the Intel
chipset, for lack of a better word, sucks.
I've used it on Urban Terror and you have to turn texture settings and such
as low as it will got to make it remotely playable. And there are some maps
that it just can't handle (try less than 10 fps).
The moral of the story is that if WoW is anywhere near as intensive as Urban
Terror, even if you get it working, you might not like the results.
On Jan 4, 2008 3:34 PM, tparker <tparker at etherstorm.net> wrote:
> Michael S. Peek wrote:
> > Software:
> > The latest Ubuntu
> > Wine 0.9.52 from winehq.org
> > Acer Aspire 9410z
> > Intel 945GM/GMS, 943/940GML Express video controller
> Hmmm. I assume you have already checked to be sure you have the latest
> stable drivers for your graphics card, I have no experience with Intel
> graphics cards but that does seem to be a common starting place with
> graphics problems in general.
> When you start WoW are you forcing it to run in opengl? Most linux
> systems have trouble with the default format and improve greatly in
> What version of windows is your wine set to? Try changing it between XP
> and 98 and see if either makes a difference. We set it at XP, but have
> had to switch to 98 to get updates to apply at times and I've seen forum
> posts of people saying they get better performance on their hardware in
> Sorry if that is all stuff you have already tried or doesn't help.
> wine 9.47
> Ubuntu Dapper/FC6
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