Name: [035] Bruce Cadieux
Member: 87 months
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Installing Windows Games in Linux - Part 2 [ID:046] (2/2)

in series: Installing Windows Games in Linux

video tutorial by Bruce Cadieux, added 03/07

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The second of the two videos showing how to install Windows games in Linux. This isn't a critical watch but does show the completion of a game's installation using Cedega.

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it is possible to run a online games in suse 11.2


7. anonymous Wed, 30 Sep 2009 08:00

Thank you, I have been in the world of windows for a long time, I have used linux in the past but really never had the time to learn. Seems I'm to busy fixing software issues on my clients machines. I have been always an on hands learner. books mean nothing and are somtimes redundant. This is just what I've been waiting for, visual presentations of linux commands and how they work. keep up the great video tutorials.

Thanks again


6. anonymous Sun, 19 Jul 2009 06:34

Ah, Suse I see. Dont you have to pay for cedega?


5. anonymous Wed, 15 Apr 2009 08:28

nice tutorial, but i doubt that all windows games will work fine, is there any requirements/specs of games to run ok ?


4. anonymous Wed, 11 Feb 2009 07:38

that is very cool dude


3. anonymous Fri, 22 Aug 2008 06:09

great!


Anon - there are some tips here:

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Ian.


I only see a black blank box in video. Probably I need some plugin. Please insert a box showing what plugins are needed to view video. ( I use Ubunto gutsy OS. ) Hope I am of some use.

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