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Why wine notepad? Minesweeper? They both have Linux alternatives to my knowledge. I'm not sure of what WoW is but I have never wined anything off the cd. Is your system a dual boot machine? If so you should be able to wine just about anything wine can run from your windows partition.
linux:/windows/C/Program Files/World of Warcraft # wine WoW.exe
wine: could not load L"Z:\\windows\\C\\Program Files\\World of Warcraft\\WoW.exe" as Win32 binary
linux:/windows/C/Program Files/World of Warcraft #
edit: when i try to wine mediaplayer it gives me this error as well, is this becuz my linux is 64bit and my windows is 32 bit?
Last edited by jan_bosjes; 04-10-2005 at 01:32 PM.
I'm a newbie too, so this may not be 100% correct... but from my understanding, complicated programs do not work normally in wine (WoW or any other recent game would DEFINITLY qualify for coplicated)
Thats where something like Crossover Office or, in your case, Cedega wold come in handy. I know you already said you cant do this, so, while there is a way to do it... it is far more complicated than anything you or I could understand. So it looks like you might have to stick to UT2004 and your Xbox sorry