Well on a clean default install thru the wizard, I ended up with a large partition with home and everything else, and a 4gb swap file, in that order, on the disk.
Would performance be THAT much better if I put the swap file first? Or only for memory-intensive applications?
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- Sat Sep 10, 2011 1:32 pm
- Forum: Software & Applications
- Topic: Installing Call of Duty 1 [SOLVED]
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Hi. Thanks for looking/helping :) I used the software manager to install wine 1.2 and then popped in my Call of Duty CD and then used "Browse your virtual C: drive" to open up the wine explorer(?) and then went to the cod1 CD and double clicked "setup.exe". Then in the Mint panel it says "Opening se...