Mint has nothing to do whatsoever with Wine, or any Windows programs.
Not to be an ass...
dlkreations wrote:Well you succeeded.
You're princess about pulling your hair out... now that's real mature.
For one thing, you failed to post what version of Mint you're using,
your previous post wrote:Mint has nothing to do whatsoever with Wine, or any Windows programs. This isn't an issue with Mint
and you also failed to post any hardware specs for your system.
If you want to play a Windows game, then stick with Windows.
So go cry somewhere else.
Aging Technogeek wrote:You can run Windows in a virtual machine inside Mint or you could set up a dual boot with Windows and Mint so you would have Windows available for gaming and Mint for everything else.
That was a metaphor I was using to describe how frustrated I was about trying to get past this one snag in getting WoW to load and play. Do you even know what a metaphor is, or should I get the definition for you?
But seeing as you're too dim witted to realize this I'll leave you with this. Thanks for trying to help(seriously). Sorry I was rude. But you're still a douche.
Tantalus wrote:WoW will work and install OK under wine in Mint
The problem you describe with not being able to accept the agreement seems to be down to Blizzard using XML in the window that the standard wine browser doesnt know how to handle.
Solution : http://wiki.winehq.org/winetricks
Install IE or firefox and your accept button will become clickable.
Also check out the Wine pages on WoWwiki
And if you get stuck try searching the ubuntu forums for advice.
Definitely no need to pay for CrossOver ,( £26 confused ? :O )
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