Linked by Thom Holwerda on Thu 7th Jul 2005 13:21 UTC, submitted by Hugo
Games One of the things lacking on Linux is breadth of native commercial games. That's where emulating (or re-implementing) the host enviroment that the game was created for with Cedega (or WINE) comes in.
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What's the point?
by polaris20 on Thu 7th Jul 2005 15:37 UTC
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Would you rather mess with getting stuff to work in an environment that's not meant to run this stuff, or would you rather run a dualboot XP/Linux box with a slipstreamed XP install, no media player, no OE, no IE, NIC disabled?

I just think that either companies should support Linux and do a port for it without WINE (the obviously preferable solution) or just keep WinXP around for gaming.

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