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Champions Online - Moving game files from Windows to Wine

Discussion in 'PlayOnLinux' started by poeshmoe, Jul 7, 2015.

  1. poeshmoe

    poeshmoe New Member

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    It runs the same outside of the virtual desktop. I managed to get it maximized without putting it in fullscreen. But changing video settings still causes a crash, oddly enough.
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    Oh, missed your second post. I'd rather not go fiddling with .ini files, and now that I know the game runs fine on your computer, I think I'll just wait until that guide you said you were making comes out. Thanks for the help, though.
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    booman Grand High Exalted Mystic Emperor of Linux Gaming Staff Member

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    No problem. the worst that can happen is the game won't launch.
    To be safe, copy the .pref file first and rename it. This way you can always put it back if the game doesn't work properly.
    I have a different system than you...
    Actually I looked back through our conversation and it appears I never asked you about your system specs.
    What distro are you using?
    What video card/chip do you have?
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    I'm running Linux Mint with KDE.
    I don't remember my exact specs, but I'm running a Radeon R9 290 with an AMD chip.
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    booman Grand High Exalted Mystic Emperor of Linux Gaming Staff Member

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    Hmm, I've read a lot about AMD drivers in Linux not being so great. Specially with Wine. I'm assuming you have AMD drivers installed for your Radeon.

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