hi, new here and linux

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  1. arochester

    arochester Super Moderator Staff Member

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    Enggar Barresi New Member

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    if i want to playing games on Linux, what i must decide ? install 2 OSes (Win 7 n' ubuntu) ?
     
  3. arochester

    arochester Super Moderator Staff Member

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    (Try not to hijack someone else's thread by adding your problem. Start a new thread of your own...)

    If you want to play games on Linux you only need Linux. If you already have Windows installed then you can dual boot Windows and Linux.
     
  4. nunyabizz

    nunyabizz New Member

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    I'm back, and on the new computer had to start with my windows 7 cd but that is ok and now I'm instilling the Ubuntu to play around with it and learn a little.
     
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    I'll agree with you there ryanvade, I just hope it doesn't go the secure-boot route of "Your new computer is shipped with Windows 12 imbedded in the motherboard. Have fun!" Its already disappointing searching for a laptop with no OS to buy. Hopefully the selection of PCs shipped with Linux will improve as Linux gaming starts to grow!
     
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    ok sorry :D
    thank's dude
     
  7. Karl

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    I dual boot between linux and windows. I run world of warcraft in wine but it just works better under windows. Steam is making a big push towards linux which is helpful. Playonlinux is also helpful for getting windows games running under wine
     
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