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How to install World of Warcraft on Ubuntu, and optimization tips

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Installing World Of Warcraft on Ubuntu 
1-Download the game installer from the official website, you can also use a CD or DVD. 
2-This step is optional but highly recommend, install the latest version of Wine. 
sudo add-apt-repository ppa: ubuntu-wine / ppa 
sudo apt-get update 
sudo apt-get install wine1.7 
3-Right click on the downloaded installer, select Open With> Wine. 
4-Finally, from the dash Battle.net launches Ubuntu, select World of Warcraft to begin the installation of the game.

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Solving some common problems 
The installer for World of Warcraft or Battle.net does not work 
You can resolve this error by throwing Configure Wine from the Ubuntu menu, go to Libraries and New override for library DbgHelp write button and press Add. Then select DbgHelp in Existing overrides and click on Edit then disable it. 
Your system is 64 bit and you see ERROR # 132 
You need to force World of Warcraft using the 32-bit client, if you use Battle.net to launch the game you can change WoW to 32 bits from the setup menu. 
With 64-bit drivers and the game fails Bumblebee 
You'll have to install the 32-bit libraries VirtualGL with the following command:
sudo apt-get install VirtualGL-libs: i386 
If you are playing World Of Warcraft on Linux and other problems or do you have some tricks to optimize can share with us by leaving a comment, so gamers slowly begin to lose their fear by migrated to Ubuntu or any Linux distribution.


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