I play Call of Duty United Offensive (CODUO) every day on windows XP.
When I hear people talking about WineX or Cedega I get very excited, but on their forums
people talk a lot about problems.
I would be only happy to pay the subscription fee if CODUO works well on linux through Cedega.
So, those of you that say you play Call of duty, are you doing that on linux?
Even if not, do you use simple window managers in the backround to free up resources?
Do you run skype meanwhile gaming?
When I am on windows, I usually play online with a friend 100 km away. We log in at the same address and use skype
to talk, laugh, harrass each other and so on while the game is on. In linux, skype relies on QT, so which window manager do you run while playing? I use KDE for everything today, but I do not yet play games on linux.
If it matters to anyone, I have an
Acer Aspire 1703SM Laptop
2.6 GHz p4
1.5GB RAM @333 MHz
7200 RPM 100MB/s HD.
I have an nVidia GeforceFX Go5600 graphics adapter inside it, which gets along decently in windows. I mention this because some say that ATI drivers for linux suck while nvidia rocks. Any nVidia gamer like to confirm?
The top post promises a lot, but he doesn't mention call of duty.