Discussion in 'Article Discussion' started by bit-tech, 23 Jan 2019.
Maybe soon it'll be viable to go with Ubuntu or something similar for a gaming rig. Can't stand the direction MS is developing Windows 10 towards.
I hope so.
Cherry on the cake is if they do nvidia drivers for linux that run gsync on freesync. #iwantthemoononastick
yeah this a decent step in the right direction. i only have win 10 install to feed my gaming needs
This looks promising to me and, I've been doing some digging and it looks like my printer and soundcard are going to work under Linux.
Now I just need to pull my finger out...
That's the hard part!
Musr resist urge to comment - gnnnnnrrrr * bites knuckle *
But yeah, I know what you mean. Linux and the steam beta wine proton gubbins have made it to my laptop but never yet to the desktop. It's just a matter of doing.
I am not going to comment on where my finger needs to be pulled from...
"A recursive acronym for 'Wine Is Not an Emulator'"
Really? Not "Windows In Non-native Environments"?
Really truly. It's the very first sentence you see on WineHQ:
A recursive acronym then.
Those interested in this item may also wish to investigate Lutris - a game manager that uses custom WINE scripts to make modern Windows games work on Linux, even still-developing ones like Star Citizen.
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