How To: Run World Of Warcraft (WoW) in Linux Using Wine

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World Of Warcraft is one of the most successful games in history, with 9.3 million subscribers and counting. Believe it or not, the beta test of World of Warcraft actually had a Linux client. It’s true! When the game shipped, support for Linux was dropped and the game never shipped with a Linux client.

What a shame! The good news is, there’s been some positive collaboration between members of the Linux developer community who work on and contribute code to projects like Wine, Cedega and CrossOver. Because of this, installation and configuration of World of Warcraft is a snap for those of you who are interested in getting rid of your Windows partitions lying around if WoW is your game of choice.

We have 8 steps to complete to play the game:
1. Configure 3D drivers with Envy.
2. Install WINE and fonts.
3. Configure WINE.
4. Download (or install from media) the actual game.
5. Edit config.wtf
6. Create a Registry key
7. Install a Linux specific AddOn
8. Launch the game!

1. First, we need to check to see if we have correct and working video card drivers that will work with the game. Open a terminal and type in this command:
glxinfo | grep rendering

It should return with something like this:
direct rendering: Yes

If it says “no” then we have to install the right drivers.

If you have an ATI or nVidia card, the quickest way is to use Envy. Head on over to the website and snatch a copy of the script. Scroll about halfway down and you’ll see the link that ends in .deb – that’s what you want if you’re running Ubuntu or Debian.

Open up the Envy .deb file once it’s done downloading, and we should be prompted with an installer program, just hit the install button and follow the prompts. After it’s installed, we will need to start up the script by going into the Application Menu, then System Tools, then select Envy.

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Select “Install the NVIDIA driver” (or ATI driver) and press Apply. This process takes about 5 minutes to complete, so go make a sandwich and reboot your computer when it prompts you to do so.

Don’t worry if it seems like it’s not making progress – just be patient. After rebooting, run the glxinfo | grep rendering command again, and this time it should respond “yes” this time.

2. Then, we are going to install two items before we can actually start installing the game.
a. WINE allows us to run Microsoft Windows executable files
b. To make things look pretty, we need to download two different font packs.

In Ubuntu 7.10, the following command will install all three items in short order. You can open a run dialog box by pressing Alt+F2 simultanously (or open a terminal), then paste in the following:

sudo apt-get install wine msttcorefonts ttf-xfree86-nonfree

Type in the password for your user account, and follow the prompts. After that command completes, we’re just about done preparing the system and can install the game *almost* as easily as in Windows.

3. Configuring Wine
By running the winecfg command, we can choose which sound driver to use (OSS or ALSA), and also switch compatibility modes – just like XP and Vista have done for quite some time, WINE allows us to switch between different operating systems to allow for better compatibility with various programs.

Some users have reported that switching WINE to use NT 4.0 compatibility, issues with patches or installations have been resolved. If you run into problems, you may want to try here first. I left it on Windows XP mode the entire time and had no problems, but your mileage may vary.

4. We need to download and/or install the game from media.

I personally have an old account that has been sitting dormant for approximately a year, and I’ve thrown away my installation media. The easiest way to install WoW and TBC is using the original CDs, but if you don’t have them, or have a pretty fat internet pipe, Blizzard helpfully provides online downloads via BitTorrent, so that’s the method I’ll document here today.

Since I’m showing how to install via download, here’s the two links you need. The first one is to download the original WoW game installation files, and the second link requires you to login to verify that you actually have The Burning Crusade expansion enabled on your account before you can get the BT download program for TBC from Blizzard.

http://www.worldofwarcraft.com/downloads/files/pc/wowclient-downloader.exe
https://www.worldofwarcraft.com/account/download/clients/pc/bc-downloader.html

Both of these files utilize BitTorrent technology to allow users to download the entire game, except for the latest patch. These files are updated pretty often, so you usually don’t need to install more than one patch after you’ve got the game installed.

To run them, just open them up just like you would on a Windows computer. They should automatically open up in WINE, and after you select a download destination, you’ll have a pretty familiar window staring you right in the mullet.

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NOTE: Your internet bandwidth is going to be sucked up completely by the download client. If you need to browse the web or anything in the meantime while you download over 4GB of data, select the View menu in the download program and select preferences, then uncheck download from peers.

When these are done downloading and installing, we can go and get a few tweaks setup so that everything will run smoothly once the game is downloaded.

5. We need to setup the config.wtf file inside your WoW folder, by default it is located in the ~/.wine/drive_c/Program\ Files/World\ of\ Warcraft/ directory. If it doesn’t exist, login to the game once, and just exit right out. The game will create a default one for you.

We need to append a few items to this file to use the OpenGL rendering engine (instead of DirectX or Software rendering) and make sure we have everything setup to run properly under WINE.

You can run this command to edit the file:
gedit ~/.wine/drive_c/Program\ Files/World\ of\ Warcraft/wtf/Config.wtf

Then paste these lines at the end:

SET gxApi "opengl"
SET ffxDeath "0"
SET ffxGlow "0"
SET SoundOutputSystem "1"
SET SoundBufferSize "150"

6. Next, we create a registry key and value.
The following instructions to modify the registry are taken directly from the Ubuntu wiki page and is licensed under CC-BY-SA.

a. Find this key HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Wine\
b. Highlight the wine folder in the left hand pane by clicking left on it. The icon should change to an open folder
c. Right-click on the wine folder and select [NEW] then [KEY]
d. Replace the text New Key #1 with OpenGL
e. Right-click in the right hand pane and select [NEW] then [String Value]
f. Replace New Value #1 with DisabledExtensions (Notice it's case sensitive!)
g. Then double click anywhere on the line, a dialog box will open.
h. In the value field type GL_ARB_vertex_buffer_object

It should look like this:
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7. Now we can install a Linux-specific AddOn for the game so that the graphics options are able to be modified in-game without crashing. Download this file and unzip it.
applytoforehead-4.zip

Copy the entire extracted ApplyToForehead-4 folder into the following location:
~/.wine/drive_c/Program\ Files/World\ of\ Warcraft/Interface/AddOns/

If the Interface or AddOns folder do not exist, go ahead and create them.

8. We can launch the game from the desktop shortcut, or create one pointing to the wow.exe file within the WoW folder.

You should end up with the launch executing flawlessly:
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Now just hit the Play button and enjoy the most addicting game since slot machines. On the character selection screen, make sure to enable out of date AddOns so that ApplyToForehead is loaded properly.

That’s it! If you have problems with running the game, please leave a comment and I’ll attempt to answer it, or look for support channels via the following wikis:

Ubuntu: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/WorldofWarcraft
Anything else: http://www.wowwiki.com/Linux/Wine

And for your enjoyment, here’s a video. :)

  • sjprice

    Distortion, I had the same problem. Upgrading Wine to latest version (1.1.12 I think) solves it. Go to the Wine website to get it. Ubuntu repos still have 1.0.1

  • linux noob

    if at the start on the first step it says “yes” do i still have to install envy

  • linux?? vafan e det…

    And as usual this aint working for me, just get freaking WoW errors…

  • linux?? vafan e det…

    Though havent done nr 6 and rest since I cant find the files, since I suck at computers at all forms and souch its even harder with Linux…plzzz need some serius help here

  • Phullairey

    nice I am playing WoW with my Q6600 quad-core, 4 gigs ram, ATI radeon 4870X2 and have everything maxed out! the only problem was I tried to make my graphics driver work untill I finally got it to tolerate on linux.. ATI and NVIDIA fails at linux… But ATI has its drivers on linux, What a 1 week waste before it was released -.-

  • James

    Hi i recently switched fully to linux and relize now that i cannont play wow
    i watched this video and when i clikc install i scroll down to press accept and in the user agreement the accpet button never lightens up

  • Keenan

    I’ve been having tons of trouble installing WoW on my Linux Ubuntu 9.04 system. This actually didn’t help at all, and when I try to open the DVD on my desktop, it says “Access Denied”. I’ve downloaded Wine, and I believe have everything set up for WoW. However, the problem persists, I’ve tried going to Ubuntu forums, and nobody responds.

  • Sam

    I’m having the same problem as James:

    “… when i clikc install i scroll down to press accept and in the user agreement the accpet button never lightens up”

    Does anyone have a solution to this?

  • Rrasyrogenees

    interesting things i see here but i still have yet to find an answer to my questions (not that i posted them but i cannot find them by just searching it seems).

    i used to be able to change my resolutions, multisamplings, refresh rates, game sound output, voice chat outputs… but now all i get is “system default” and cannot connect or change anything unless i change it in the config.wtf file (but i am limited to my knowledge of what i can change). any suggestions because i have reinstalled my drivers and such that all the posts seem to suggest.

    i am running on ubuntu 9.04 i386 (since i can’t really do much better with my x86_64 on a 32-bit game). i have an nvidia 9800gt with updated drivers, quad core processor (which the wtf recognizes 4 cores, strange?), using onboard sound on an asus m3a78-em, and two 24″ widescreen monitors (which the game resolution gives me the only option of 3840×1080 (but i want to run at 1920×1080 which i changed it to in the wtf file).

    so i guess the wtf file should be next….

    SET readTOS “1″
    SET readEULA “1″
    SET readScanning “-1″
    SET readContest “-1″
    SET readTerminationWithoutNotice “-1″
    SET installType “Retail”
    SET gxApi “opengl”
    SET gxResolution “1920×1080″
    SET locale “enUS”
    SET movie “0″
    SET showToolsUI “1″
    SET realmList “us.logon.worldofwarcraft.com”
    SET patchlist “us.version.worldofwarcraft.com”
    SET coresDetected “4″
    SET processAffinityMask “3″
    SET hwDetect “0″
    SET gxWindow “1″
    SET gxRefresh “70″
    SET gxMultisampleQuality “0.000000″
    SET videoOptionsVersion “2″
    SET mouseSpeed “0.5″
    SET Gamma “1.000000″
    SET accounttype “LK”
    SET VoiceActivationSensitivity “0.39999997615814″
    SET Sound_OutputDriverName “System Default”
    SET ChatMusicVolume “0.29999998211861″
    SET ChatSoundVolume “0.39999997615814″
    SET ChatAmbienceVolume “0.29999998211861″
    SET Sound_MusicVolume “0.40000000596046″
    SET Sound_AmbienceVolume “0.60000002384186″
    SET farclip “1277″
    SET groundEffectDensity “64″
    SET gameTip “65″
    SET uiScale “1″
    SET textureFilteringMode “5″
    SET componentTextureLevel “9″
    SET shadowLevel “0″
    SET particleDensity “1″
    SET groundEffectDist “140″
    SET environmentDetail “1.5″
    SET ffxGlow “0″
    SET ffxDeath “0″
    SET Sound_NumChannels “64″
    SET Sound_EnableReverb “1″
    SET Sound_EnableHardware “1″
    SET Sound_ZoneMusicNoDelay “1″
    SET Sound_EnableSoundWhenGameIsInBG “1″
    SET Sound_OutputQuality “2″
    SET accountName “BlueSilverDragon”
    SET useUiScale “1″
    SET OutboundChatVolume “2.5″
    SET EnableVoiceChat “1″
    SET Sound_VoiceChatInputDriverName “System Default”
    SET Sound_VoiceChatOutputDriverName “System Default”
    SET gxMultisample “4″
    SET weatherDensity “3″

    so am i able to change the defaults to my hardware or to what may i change them?

  • Rrasyrogenees

    interesting things i see here but i still have yet to find an answer to my questions (not that i posted them but i cannot find them by just searching it seems).

    i used to be able to change my resolutions, multisamplings, refresh rates, game sound output, voice chat outputs… but now all i get is “system default” and cannot connect or change anything unless i change it in the config.wtf file (but i am limited to my knowledge of what i can change). any suggestions because i have reinstalled my drivers and such that all the posts seem to suggest.

    i am running on ubuntu 9.04 i386 (since i can’t really do much better with my x86_64 on a 32-bit game). i have an nvidia 9800gt with updated drivers, quad core processor (which the wtf recognizes 4 cores, strange?), using onboard sound on an asus m3a78-em, and two 24″ widescreen monitors (which the game resolution gives me the only option of 3840×1080 (but i want to run at 1920×1080 which i changed it to in the wtf file).

    so i guess the wtf file should be next….

    SET readTOS “1″
    SET readEULA “1″
    SET readScanning “-1″
    SET readContest “-1″
    SET readTerminationWithoutNotice “-1″
    SET installType “Retail”
    SET gxApi “opengl”
    SET gxResolution “1920×1080″
    SET locale “enUS”
    SET movie “0″
    SET showToolsUI “1″
    SET realmList “us.logon.worldofwarcraft.com”
    SET patchlist “us.version.worldofwarcraft.com”
    SET coresDetected “4″
    SET processAffinityMask “3″
    SET hwDetect “0″
    SET gxWindow “1″
    SET gxRefresh “70″
    SET gxMultisampleQuality “0.000000″
    SET videoOptionsVersion “2″
    SET mouseSpeed “0.5″
    SET Gamma “1.000000″
    SET accounttype “LK”
    SET VoiceActivationSensitivity “0.39999997615814″
    SET Sound_OutputDriverName “System Default”
    SET ChatMusicVolume “0.29999998211861″
    SET ChatSoundVolume “0.39999997615814″
    SET ChatAmbienceVolume “0.29999998211861″
    SET Sound_MusicVolume “0.40000000596046″
    SET Sound_AmbienceVolume “0.60000002384186″
    SET farclip “1277″
    SET groundEffectDensity “64″
    SET gameTip “65″
    SET uiScale “1″
    SET textureFilteringMode “5″
    SET componentTextureLevel “9″
    SET shadowLevel “0″
    SET particleDensity “1″
    SET groundEffectDist “140″
    SET environmentDetail “1.5″
    SET ffxGlow “0″
    SET ffxDeath “0″
    SET Sound_NumChannels “64″
    SET Sound_EnableReverb “1″
    SET Sound_EnableHardware “1″
    SET Sound_ZoneMusicNoDelay “1″
    SET Sound_EnableSoundWhenGameIsInBG “1″
    SET Sound_OutputQuality “2″
    SET accountName “BlueSilverDragon”
    SET useUiScale “1″
    SET OutboundChatVolume “2.5″
    SET EnableVoiceChat “1″
    SET Sound_VoiceChatInputDriverName “System Default”
    SET Sound_VoiceChatOutputDriverName “System Default”
    SET gxMultisample “4″
    SET weatherDensity “3″

    so am i able to change the defaults to my hardware or to what may i change them?

    and as another note… i do get sound and the game play is doing fine… i don’t remember my frame rate or latency but it is usually good even in dalaran.

  • Aaron Campeau

    Hello All most of you are getting low Fps no? then you have a completely shit computer then Wow requires heavy GPU and cpu and ram in linux i don’t know why but you need a faster computer to play wow on linux I have tested with a amd athlon xp 2500+, 1 gig ram, geforce 6200, 200 gig ata 133, Ubuntu 9.04 Jaunty Jakalope, And the system is slow… My quad core computer is Intel core 2 quad Q6600 OC to 3.5 Ghz, 8 Gb ram, Nvidia geforce GTX 275 in sli, Asus striker extreme. And it works linix like its bitch.. I get over 60 fps in dalaran and 60 fps in a 40 man bg.. The lowest i seen hit was in AV when we hit the middle and warred till horde won and the low fps i seen was 56 fps… It wasn’t a huge hit but it could be better on a windows based system…

  • Please help me

    Hi, nice tutorial and all. But I got a huge graphic problem and I can’t seem to get it fixed.

    First of all I’ve done exactly as you wrote in the tutorial, but then I ended up with strange graphic bugs, for example; on the login screen where the dragon is flying, it just got stuck at every pixel, finally painting the whole screen. I tried all the things you guys said in the comments but it didn’t work. So, finally I changed the SET gxApi to d3d9 and it worked better (still 50 times worse than in windows).

    So now to the new problem, I got bad colors, parts of the interface that used to be black (eg. AH, Friendslist etc) are now Black/Grey cloud looking.
    When I hold down W or S to run/walk backwards the animation freeze and I’m gliding over the landscape.
    Also, when I do run or jump around the minimap flashes in the lower-left-hand corner. I also dropped down to 10fps in IF (at nights) where I usually have 40 in Windows.

    I’m new to Linux and all, but when I install Ubuntu I don’t have to install any drivers, so I thought that I maybe had to update them. But when I go to Hp’s homepage and navigate to my model (Hp 550 notebook) I see they’re only available for Windows. Have been googling all night for an answer, but nothing!

    Please help, I really don’t want to go back to Windows.

  • payne

    i did this exactly and it wont run. i open warcraft and i have thi little black mouse icon thing and when the login screen finally comes up its all mish mashed around and it exits out all by itself

  • Rrasyrogenees

    i have WoW up and running fine… there are a few things i wish i could change but everything once i am playing is fine… i have voice chat in game but no ventrilo yet…

    what i did…

    reinstalled ubuntu 9.04… made sure that was up and running with my grahpics card (nvidia 9800gt), motherboard (asus m3a78-em) and soundcard (creative x-fi xtreme music)… made sure all updates were up and working too

    installed wine by way of PPA at http://tuxarena.blogspot.com/2009/06/3-ways-to-install-latest-wine-in-ubuntu.html … and made sure that was up and running…

    installed WoW by changing a few things, such as making folders that hold the WoW files in. this is explained at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/WorldofWarcraft#Voice under the headin “Installing WoW”… this works for the Original and BC install discs but for WotLK i went to Blizzard and downloaded it the long way with their “Universal World of Warcraft Client” down which you can get if you already have an account there.

    then after that is installed need to go fix the wtf file… i already know i need to set the resolution to a set number since i am running with 2 – 24″ monitors. i use SET gxResolution “2400×1080″ for how i use it. you also need to add Set gxApi “opengl”.

    you can add what is written in this site or i just added the resolution like i said and then the api, ffxDeath and ffxGlow as written above…

    remember this though… this is NOT the only site for help with WoW on wine for linux

  • Accosted

    Hey guys, I’m working on my Linux box, trying to get WOW to run on it. but I’m having a problem right after the first opening cut scene where it glitches up and pops up with a system error, i noticed that another poster had the same problem, but he never got responded to. I’ve tried following all the steps, starting over from scratch, running the repair tool…the error’s text says

    ======================================================

    this application has encountered a critical error: ERROR #132 (ox85100084) fatal exception Program: c:\programfiles\World Of Warcraft\wow.exc Exception: 0xc00000005 (ACCESS _VIOLATION) at 023:006054ED the instruction at “0x00605ED” referenced memory at “oxfa1c27b0″. the memory could not be “written”

    =====================================================
    let me know if anyone have a solution or at least an idea of how to fix the problem.

  • Alex

    Mate mate, I’m running Ubuntu 9.10 and Warcraft is running the intro video to Lich King but it crashes as soon as it finishes, it says the memory can’t “read”

  • Rrasyrogenees

    there is another way that i think would be very safe but i have not done it yet since i am happy at the moment with using wine for WoW. there is virtualbox to run windows on then you can download WoW on that… i am not sure of the details or the successes of doing that nor do i know of lag times or such with it. i am just giving another suggestion to those that think they might want to try that. a virtual machine makes it safe to use on any computer because it limits the problems to only that part of the computer and nothing more. its a try but again… i don’t know details.

  • Alex

    Rrasyrogenees: i’m sure that would work, but I’m trying to get of of an emulator, it would be nice to use every thing from wine.

  • Rrasyrogenees

    well… actually i thought wine was more of an emulator than a virtualbox but ok… i thought that with virtualbox you would be actually putting windows on your computer but in a confined space and you don’t need to log out and log in to it each time… but then again i am not sure all the details about it it is only what i have read about it so far and made my opinions… so if it IS an emulator i apologise. =D

  • Alex

    Nah, VirtualBox is an all out emulator, but it works really well, I just want totry and get off the window OS entirely, with means going all out on wine for the programs I still need. But oh well, thanks for your help, and great tutorial, I think it was an error on my part for for why its not working, im going to try again tonight

  • Bobo

    [quote]well… actually i thought wine was more of an emulator than a virtualbox but ok[/quote]

    WINE = WINE Is Not an Emulator

    WINE is a compatibility layer that interfaces between the commands given by windows based programs and directs them to the corresponding linux resources.

  • Rrasyrogenees

    yes, i have heard that before but it still has the same windows problems and more… i am still having problems with it shutting off my computer just as windows would… so is that part of a program that is not an emulator… call it what you want but it still emulates windows even though technically it is NOT an emulator. it still “emultaes” the problems that windows presents. and my opionion still stands… although virtualbox might be an emulator and wine is not… wine still acts more like an emulator so far in my opinion… MY opinion…

  • Rrasyrogenees

    ok… i just read an article…

    Windows Application Emulation: Wine vs VirtualBox (Page 1 of 1)
    Written by Steve Lake
    Posted on: Mar 26, 2008 at 07:36am
    http://www.raiden.net/articles/windows_application_emulation_wine_vs_virtualbox/

    and although it is old and he also calls wine an emulator it gives good insight on the differences between wine and virtualbox. now i have a better idea of the two as well… wine will be better for most people that still want to use windows for games it seems…

    so, i apologize for my outburst and i would also like to say that windows sux… but while wanting to play WoW it is an inevitable evil we must endure. and after this last patch WoW has caused my computer either to reboot or freeze or in some way make me have to reboot. Blizzard seems to be making things more difficult for us as well.

    but i do listen to what anyone has to say it just takes time to get through this thick skull it seems… lol =D

  • Necrodain

    I installed World of Warcraft all the way up to WotLK to this very day. Everything installed fine no errors or nothing but when I go to sign in I get a runtime error…. Can someone help me!?

  • Necrodain

    I installed runtime… and it works!!! Signed in in a snap! XD

  • Stevo

    hey, so i got stuck on step 5, it says the file can’t be found…when I try and run WoW the launcher starts up and starts patching, then it disappears and the box with installation options comes up, but I’ve already installed it…so yah idk what to do now >.<

    ive been craving wow all night lol dammit

  • Stevo

    okay, so i was able to start the game and get past step 5.
    now i need a way to download the latest patch?

    anyone have any suggestions? >.<

  • James

    Hey for step 5. We need to setup the config.wtf file inside your WoW folder if we do not have one, and we have to log in, does that mean our account has to be activated, and registered? And also, after I install this and it is working, if I wana install Burning Crusade and WOTLK do I have to do anything?

  • Rob

    OMG. It’s so laggy I’ve spent the last 45 minutes trying to coax the slider to the bottom of the EULA to get the ‘Accept’ button to light up. Can’t do it. And even if I did, there’s another agreement after it. Can I just make a file called config.wtf and paste someone else’s stuff into it? That can’t be much different…right? How hard is it for Blizzard to make a damn linux version…

  • NotYourWoman

    i’m running linux mint on my laptop & this is definitely the best tutorial for installing wow that i have seen. not to mention the easiest to follow as a linux newb.

    here is my issue…

    wow which only open if i use the wow.exe file opened with wine, which is fine. once it opens it completely warps my screen settings & reconfigures everything. i can get to the main login screen, but the visual effects are all screwed up with tracers & trails. when i actually login it gives me a grey runtime error box 2x & then again in the wow screen.

    my normal display settings are 1280×800 at 60hz as i have a widescreen display. it resets it to something else that is completely screwed up. i went into the wow video options & adjusted & that seemed to help as far as it not reseting my screen anymore, but i still have all the tracers & trails & can’t login without the runtime errors.

    i followed your tutorial to the t. please help! when i’m away from home, as i am a lot, i can’t play wow… which is how i releave my stresses… and of course it’s addicting & i’m in withdrawls… lol

  • Eric

    Notmywoman,

    I have installed wow with wine on linux successfully on ubuntu from 8.04 to present 9.10. On my last install I followed the directions here, except in the cfg file I erased everything and only added:

    SET gxApi “opengl”

    It set all of the other values which I adjusted once in the game.

    might work. Unfortunately I have never installed mint on any of my computers. Good luck.

  • Johnathon Harmon

    I’m new to Linux I have installed wow but on the very first update it comes up with a accept button but it will not let me hit the button even when I scroll all the way down to the bottom like i’m spouse to. Can any one help fix this (I am running Ubuntu 8.04 i only use LTS Versions)?

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  • http://me colby

    hey so bare with me i have 3 days of linux experience but i been trying to get wow running for all 3 days now and no luck, im running on a inspiron 1525 with ubuntu 10.0.4 and wine 1.2 and ive followed this tutorial step by step and when i try to load wow it will give me an error saying that “my 3d accelerator card is not supported by world of warcraft to please install a 3d accelerator card with duel-TMU support”, but if i run it without this stuff it will run but i only get 2 fps with complete min requirements to run. before i switched to linux i was running around 30-40 fps so im gussing i have done something wrong or missed something

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