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LoL on Ubuntu 10.10 ?

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Necrossis666

Member

11-18-2010

I dont have ubuntu yet but I was wondering if LoL can be played on it. Or should I install ubuntu and windows together on having windows only to play LoL wich i a big waste of the hard disc space =)


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Cynical Moose

Senior Member

11-18-2010

I think there is a program fro ubuntu called 'wine' or something like that which can allow you to run windows programs on ubuntu although i'm not sure if it can support LoL


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Necrossis666

Member

11-18-2010

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Medagamer:
I think there is a program fro ubuntu called 'wine' or something like that which can allow you to run windows programs on ubuntu although i'm not sure if it can support LoL


I guess I need to check out the ubuntu forums then


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shikano

Member

11-18-2010

I use a dual boot Windows 7/Ubuntu 10.10, since I need a 64bit UNIX environment for programming purposes. From the research I've done, Wine has LOTS of problems with Adobe Air, and I couldn't find any references to anyone getting LoL to work.


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Necrossis666

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11-18-2010

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shikano:
I use a dual boot Windows 7/Ubuntu 10.10, since I need a 64bit UNIX environment for programming purposes. From the research I've done, Wine has LOTS of problems with Adobe Air, and I couldn't find any references to anyone getting LoL to work.


yeah same here so I will stick with 7 for LoL and Ubuntu for other usages


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Dwarfling

Senior Member

11-18-2010

I don't see any probs doing dual boot unless your HD is like 40gb.


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