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Fistank Jeudi 28 Octobre 2010 à 1:56
FistankAnonymous

hey I would like to the scripts written for many of the populuar MMorpg games like DDO (Dungeons and Dragons online) Runes of Magic, and a lot of the others that are listed on mmorpg. I would like to see the free to play more then the others where it is free source games like Linux is intended for.
Salvatos Jeudi 28 Octobre 2010 à 4:35
SalvatosAnonymous
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The problem with free MMORPGs is that most of them use anti-hack/anti-cheat programs (such as X-Trap, Hackshield, etc.) that prevent them from running on virtual machines and GNU/Linux distributions (the latter is likely not intended, but a by-product of the way they work). If a game doesn't work according to WineHQ, PoL can't do much more since it's just a tool to help use Wine.

It might not be something you're expecting to read on a "PlayOnLinux" forum, but if you want to play MMORPGs (and several other games in general), your best option is probably to keep a dual boot with Windows for your games - that's what I do. Rebooting before and after a gaming session ain't too much trouble after all.

Disclaimer: I'm a noob, not a dev; my advice is only a guess.
Attention : Je suis aussi noob que vous, prenez mes suggestions avec un grain de sel ;)
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