I have an ultimate goal to launch WoW Classic on FreeBSD, or get confirmation that it's impossible.
What I have so far:
1. To Install/update WoW client we should use Battlenet client, which is 32bits app. To launch it I installed i386-wine and it was running pretty smoothly.
FreeBSD version: 10.1-Release
Nvidia graphic card: GeForce GTX 760
Nvidia driver version: 346.59 (released just a few days ago)
Wine version: 1.8.39
World of Warcraft: 6.1, installed on Windows
SET gxApi "OpenGL" - configured in Config.wtf file
When I run Wow.exe I get black...
I've moved from Windows on my laptop since Intel GMA 4500MHD was supported in Xorg, after doing an quick install with FreeBSD 7.3-RELEASE everything went fine, until I was about to test World of Warcraft.
Now I can of course expect that there might be some fps drop in the game but this was...
I'm sorry if it isn't posted at the right place but I have no idea where to ask this.
(If there is a better place to ask please tell me)
Since Blizzard patched World of Warcraft to
version 3.3.5 it doesn't let me login anymore (when I enter my login
information it will just say...
Just a quick note for those having trouble starting WoW, admins, move this where you see fit, but we don't really have a "games" forum.
The latest patch from Blizzard changes permissions on the ~/.wine/drive_c/Program\ Files/World\ of\ Warcraft/ folder when you try to run Launcher.exe. There...
(Not really a question, but just an observation. :))
I recently migrated my main workstation, a Dell XPS M1530 laptop, from ArchLinux64 to i386 FreeBSD 8-CURRENT. I wanted to go for amd64 FreeBSD, but it seems that the nVidia driver is still in development and the i386 driver doesn't work...
I just recently installed FreeBSD 7.1-STABLE and am in the process of getting world of warcraft working. When I run "wine InstallWoW.exe" I receive an error that says "Failed to read information from the internet, please close all applications and try again".
Has anyone here seen that...