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,
Great idea. I have wondered for a while why I haven't seen a net cafe in
Ireland using Linux - it makes a lot of sense in that environment...
Would Linux begginer classes be an option? Cover Windows equivalents and
basic command line use..? You could get a loyal customer base with a
unique service like that.
Don't forget those games with native support like the UT and Quake
series. BTW, on the topic of WineX, if anyone has any tips on getting
GTA3 to work I would be happy to hear them...
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