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I'm not sure if wine works with the latest update on my computer. I saw that winewiki rated it gold with version 1.1.3 of wine and so I went to install that version of wine. Then, I learned that I had installed a source code so asked for help doing that. Then you gave that url right there and I didn't know that there was a thing. I'm giving building one more try and if it doesn't work then I'm using the DL on that link. I'll report back with a success or failure when it's all done.
Alright. I couldn't get the source to work so I used the link. I now have wine 1.1.3.
I have, of course, hit another problem though...
I went to the WoW website to download the installer (disks didn't work) and the installer downloaded fine. I went to open the .exe file from my downloads thing in Firefox and the following message appeared
This link needs to be opened with an application. Send to:
And then it gives me options. For some reason it gave me the option of another .exe file though. So, I tried again and the same thing happened. Any help on this one?
Alright... so my computer has officially installed WoW. I went to launch it and it patched and everything just fine. I went to launch the game and the intro movie for Burning Crusade launched just fine. After the video was done... it froze. So, I rebooted my computer and went to open up my config.wtf to edit it to make it work using the same configuration as last time and I learn that when I installed it it didn't create the config.wtf file. So... that's kind of a problem. What program should I use to create it or how do I get it?