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10-04-09, 10:18 AM   #10
shkm
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Originally Posted by Torhal View Post
Then you're using either an old Linux distribution and/or Wine version, or your sound card needs replaced. I've ran Linux for years (several different distributions) and have never had issues with sound. Wine has only recently become a stable platform on which to run WoW, however.
Actually, I've used a plethora of very different distributions -- with the last one being only a few months ago -- Wine versions, sound cards and even video cards. I'm not saying it's impossible, just that I've had no luck with any of these. Sure, sound works, but in every case it has been very low in volume and sometimes quality.

Since we're on the subject, has the cursor lag issue with WoW been fixed yet? I understand it was a very common problem, where the cursor would run at the same FPS as the game, which turned out to be unplayable if FPS got low.
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