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6-29-2008 @ 1:45PM
The biggest issue here with this announcement is they are saying, "Yes we got it to work. But were not going to give it up because we just are simply being lazy and don't want to see about compatibility across the different versions."I have several people who are sick of Windows and refuse to run Wine to play. And understandably so.I had a hacker hit my computer and rebuilt to Ubuntu. Spent three weeks attempting to get it going and had not only my brother who solely runs Linux attempt but discussed with several other people who run WoW through Wine on their systems. There was no explainable reason it wouldn't work. But it didn't. So I had to go to Vista. I SHOT myself in the foot and had to buy Vista and additional ram to get it running. So for me, reading this is basically a snub to linux users who want to game but don't want to pay for an over-working badly programmed OS.
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