Ubuntu updating wine
With all the rest of them, the Blizzard App does not even start, it crashes instantly. I "adapted" the solution provided using other tips from the forums as well, and here is mine, which works now:32 bit Wine Staging 2.14 prefix Windows version: 2003Additional packages installed: Internet Explorer 8, Core Fonts, Visual C Redist 2005, 2008, 2015 (winetricks ie8 corefonts vcrun2005 vcrun2008 vcrun2015)Linux packages installed: p11-kit-modules:i386 p11-kit:i386Let me know if it works for you, guys! My OS is Ubuntu 16.04 and I followed these steps:1 - Install wine-staging2 - Install the game through blizzard installer3 - Run winecfg and configure it as Windows XP4 - Launch the game I also enabled CSMT for better graphic performance but maybe it's not mandatory. Net-App using wine on Ubuntu 16.04 (x64)my pre-poster already mentioned:1 - install wine-staging (https://wiki.winehq.org/Ubuntu)2 - install (updated) wintricks (https://askubuntu.com/questions/755059/how-do-i-get-the-latest-version-of-winetricks-on-ubuntu)3 - install additional packages (winetricks ie8 corefonts vcrun2005 vcrun2008 vcrun2015)4 - run winecfg and configure it as (tested with) "Windows 2003"5 - install the game from launcher or setup-file Cheers!
If for some reason you want to pin an older version of Mono rather than updating to the latest, you can modify the Debian repository to “wheezy/snapshots/X. These snapshots will cease receiving updates as soon as the next major Mono version gets uploaded - for example, as soon as Mono 3.12 gets uploaded, 3.10 will never receive updates.
With 375 driver, it would not recognise my 2 monitors as being separate, which was a royal pain.As Linux and Ubuntu distributions are becoming more and more popular on Dell systems, there are more situations where a Linux only environment is present.If your system is listed at https://secure-lvfs.rhcloud.com/lvfs/devicelist then it supports UEFI capsule updates and can be updated natively within the OS.It keeps going to Desktop and even in the settings small window I can't seem to assign it how it needs to be. Which means that within your "home" directory, you'll probably just have the one ".wine" folder.In that case you ought to see that there are 2 important folders: If you did use a wine prefix, then there is a chance that there's another folder created, that is other than the ".wine" folder.