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Thread: Cedega and Warcraft 3: Frozen Throne

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    Cedega and Warcraft 3: Frozen Throne

    Well no one seems to have my problem so here goes.
    I bought Cedega (3 months) just to see what was going to happen.
    ROC plays no problem internet all the good stuff.
    But Frozen throne has a few problem.
    Yes I install it in the same folder as ROC, and what happens is, the sound for the autoplay will come up, but no screen. Just sound.
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    Re: Cedega and Warcraft 3: Frozen Throne

    Well, both of these work flawlessly under wine, so why not try that?

    You will need the latest Wine for bnet to work.

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    Re: Cedega and Warcraft 3: Frozen Throne

    I have tried running it in wine, and I have worse problems then with cedega.

    I'm running Ubuntu 7.10 64bit and more then enough hardware to run WC3 smoothly.
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    who needs support when you use Linux.
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    Open-Source: The power to create completely useless, but extremely cool, programs.

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    Re: Cedega and Warcraft 3: Frozen Throne

    Quote Originally Posted by blithen View Post
    I'm running Ubuntu 7.10 64bit
    That could be your problem. I've heard reports of Ubuntu 64bit being a bit sketchy in the "programs work" department. Since 64bit hasn't really hit the mainstream hard yet, you might find that it's a bit buggy for a while. If you have a 32bit machine you can try it on, I suggest doing that.

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