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On Tuesday 23 March 2004 11:23, Nicholas Kelly wrote:
> Dear iLUG members,
>> I'm looking into setting up an internet cafe with an emphasis on gaming.
> After looking at the progress Transgaming has made with WineX I would be
> very interested in the possibility of running all the computers with Linux
> (with a few dual boots for die hard windows users). I'm aware of the
> difficulties of doing this but I was wondering if I could get further
> insights from this group on the feasibility of running Linux as the main
> OS. The most popular LAN game, Counter Strike, works reasonably well under
> WineX and other popular games are getting more support.
>> Many thanks for your time and for any suggestions,
I am a bit a gamer, not very good though
but I have a gentoo box and use winex, I have most games working rather well,
tough some games require a bit of tweaking to work. If you are having any
issues certain games, give me a shout, I may or may not have the solution.
Dept. of Computer Sc.
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