For two whole days I tried to get WoW to work on Linux Mint. I now have Wine 1.7 installed and it’s configured like this:
Windows Version: Windows XP
Libraries -> Existing_overrides: dbghelp (disabled)
My WTF File in the wow folder has the following additional parameters:
SET Sound_OutputDriverName "Systemstandard" SET ffxDeath "0" SET ffxGlow "0" SET SoundOutputSystem "1" SET SoundBufferSize "150" SET lastCharacterIndex "9"
On my Desktop I created an executable wowlaunch.txt gemacht, mit der ich das Spiel starte. Die sieht so aus:
WINEDEBUG=-all wine "/media/USERNAME/Daten/spiele/World of Warcraft/WoW.exe" -opengl
This helped somewhat, but right after logging in with a character, wow crashed with the Error 132, memory could no be “executed”.
Finally, I installed this:
sudo apt-get install driconf
And it finally works!
Thanks 1000 times to this helpful post