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World of Warcraft 5.4 Siege of Orgrimmar



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NameWorld of Warcraft
Version5.4 Siege of Orgrimmar
License Retail
URLhttp://www.worldofwarcraft.com
Votes 216
RatingPlatinum
Wine Version1.7.17
Maintainers of this version:
Description
Patch 5.4.0 is a raid patch of World of Warcraft: Mists of Pandaria and focuses on the Siege of Orgrimmar from the leaders of the Alliance and the Horde to topple the ruthless warchief, Garrosh Hellscream. The patch includes a new raid, the Siege of Orgrimmar, a new area, the Timeless Isle, and much more. It also features the debut of the Proving Grounds, the Flexible Raid difficulty, and the Connected Realms feature.
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What works
Everything. It has some low frame rate peaks on screens with a lot of players (invasions, raids, etc) but is fairly playable.


What does not
Nothing at the moment.


What was not tested
I tried the installer for the easy way to get the icon on my desktop, cancelled it and moved a previous installation to the wine folder. So you may count the Installer as working or not as well. As far as I saw it was downloading fine.


Additional Comments

My installation guide:

1. Log in as root on a Terminal window

2. Add RPMFusion repos(free and non-free):

sudo yum localinstall --nogpgcheck http://download1.rpmfusion.org/free/fedora/rpmfusion-free-release-19.noarch.rpm

sudo yum localinstall --nogpgcheck http://download1.rpmfusion.org/nonfree/fedora/rpmfusion-nonfree-release-19.noarch.rpm

3. Install Wine:

yum -y install wine

4. Install Winetricks(also installs dependencies and stuff):

yum -y localinstall http://sourceforge.net/projects/postinstaller/files/fedora/releases/19/x86_64/winetricks-20130416-1.fc19.noarch.rpm

5. Install necessary addons for winetricks:

winetricks d3dx9
winetricks wininet
winetricks corefonts
winetricks vcrun2005

You can surf on google for the way to install AdobeAir and/or IE6/7/8 for visual improvements on the launcher too, that's totally on you. By my experience, installing only those 4 "addons" on winetricks was only necessary for a nice gameplay.

6. Run "winecfg" to set the directory of wine on your home directory

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Now you've all set for moving a previous installation(to /home/[YOUR USERNAME]/.wine/drive_c/Program Files (x86)) or installing the game via Launcher. 

Hope you found this helpful!

Cheers!
Test Results
DistributionTest dateWine versionInstalls?Runs?RatingSubmitter
ShowLinux Mint 16 "Petra" x86_64Apr 22 20141.7.17 Yes Yes Platinum Catryna 
ShowGentoo Linux AMD64Mar 13 20141.7.14 Yes Yes Platinum Kfir Ozer 
ShowUbuntu 12.04 "Precise" amd64 (+ variants like Kubuntu)Mar 02 20141.7.13 Yes Yes Gold fresno 
ShowUbuntu 13.10 "Saucy" amd64 (+ variants like Kubuntu)Feb 14 20141.7.12 N/A Yes Gold Christoffer 
ShowArch Linux x86_64Jan 25 20141.7.11 Yes Yes Platinum Björn Ternes 


Known bugs
Bug # Description Status Resolution Other apps affected
11674 Dual-core unsupported in WoW and SC2 NEW View
19876 Video Frame shifted up.... UNCONFIRMED View
22033 World of Warcraft Crashes on startup (due to broken Solaris malloc()) NEW View
22569 World of Warcraft Crashes when entering game world UNCONFIRMED View
23380 WoW trial fails to install, saying it doesn't have write access to Program Files NEW View
24787 WoW 4.x D3D: Player shadow broken with orm=backbuffer UNCONFIRMED View
25775 World of Warcraft: crashes several seconds after logging in to a character. NEW View
26064 Wow: Character models are not shown in d3d mode UNCONFIRMED View
26414 World of warcraft crashes while changing the display resolution UNCONFIRMED View
26634 world of warcraft crashes at end of startup UNCONFIRMED View
29369 World of Warcraft: sound is lost when switching X Servers UNCONFIRMED View
31684 Crash in winealsa driver when exiting World of Warcraft UNCONFIRMED View
31846 World of Warcraft: graphical glitches with particle weather effects using D3D9 engine UNCONFIRMED View
32448 WoW, The memory could not be "read". Sound/video performance issues UNCONFIRMED View
35363 Several ERRs in WoW when outdoors NEW View
35461 Synergy server causes mouseover events to fail in World of Warcraft UNCONFIRMED View
35462 Sphere 1.6: Crash on startup using FJ-GL plugin UNCONFIRMED View
35810 Wine crashes when I try to download WoWpLaunch UNCONFIRMED View
35990 keyboard becomes unresponsive in blizzard games UNCONFIRMED View
36101 Wow Hangs at login screen when coming from battle.net launcher (only with gxapi Opengl) UNCONFIRMED View

 
Multicore troubles?

If world of warcraft is still giving anyone troubles by maxing out one thread and nothing else, try:

In config.wtf

SET processAffinityMask "x"

where x = (2^Threads_supported)-1


 
Bad frame rate?
Run the game like so:

32bit:
wine path/to/wow.exe -opengl

64bit:
wine64 path/to/wow64.exe -opengl

As pointed out by one user in the comments

 

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FPS Degrading/Degrades on OpenGL solution
by Core on Tuesday July 15th 2014, 20:53
This is updated and mirrored on:
corey-a.blogspot.com/2014/07/wow-wine-solution.html

My laptop is:
i15RV-1333BLK
Dell Inspiron 15 3521 (www.dell.com/support/home/us/en/19/product-support/servicetag/86290X1/drivers)
i3 (1.9GHz)
6 GB RAM
integrated Intel HD 4000 graphics
bought in 2013

Adding this stuff to your WTF/Config.wtf will prevent FPS degradation in OpenGL mode...I'm not exactly sure how each work or if they're exactly effective:
SET ffxDeath "0"
SET ffxGlow "0"
SET M2UseShaders "0"
(got from www.blog.highub.com/linux/world-of-warcraft-configuration-configwtf-on-ubuntu/ from the sixth hit of www.google.com/search?q=wine+wow+opengl+glitches)

You can use OpenGL, and you'll be getting 25 FPS instead of 16 FPS in certain areas like the Arathi Basin PvP area, but the graphics glitch every 23 seconds or so.

Run fast but minorly glitchy:
wine64 '.wine/drive_c/Program Files (x86)/World of Warcraft/Wow-64.exe' -opengl

Run slower but no glitchiness:
# edit WTF/Config.wtf and set this:
SET gxApi "D3D9"
# and then play WoW with this:
wine '.wine/drive_c/Program Files (x86)/World of Warcraft/Wow.exe' -noautolaunch64bit

If you ever really screw up your graphics or anything:
mkdir ~/wow_old
mv '.wine/drive_c/Program Files (x86)/World of Warcraft/Config' ~/wow_old/
mv '.wine/drive_c/Program Files (x86)/World of Warcraft/Interface' ~/wow_old/
#& then run WoW

I hope that helps someone. *shrugs*

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Low FPS
by Pioz on Monday June 30th 2014, 19:22
Hi, all.
I have low FPS in wow with all graphics settings to low: 25fps in Stormwind and 8-10fps in raid.

My setup is GNU/Linux Debian sid, wine version 1.6.2 and GeForce GTX 650. My Config.wtf here pastebin.com/MvwgX194

I start wow with the option -opengl.
On Windows I've normal fps.

Someone can help me with some trick to boost fps?

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Install through Battle.net
by Jamie on Monday June 16th 2014, 7:35
I'm having troubles installing WoW through the Battle.net client. I have the Battle.net client installed and running through the instructions on the Hearthstone setup (msvcp100, dbghelp, wininit) etc. and I click Install and the install starts and will begin downloading and download probably 300-500MB before the error "Something went wrong" happens and the download stops and I restart it and it starts from scratch again.. Does anyone have any ideas? I'm running Fedora 20 with Wine version 1.7.19.

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Poor performance when rendering new textures
by Brad W. on Tuesday June 10th 2014, 16:07
I've been living with this problem for several months, and am curious if anyone else has dealt with it.

When running WoW, the game loads and runs fine. However, it has exceptionally poor performance

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Error 132
by Ericwi on Friday May 30th 2014, 16:35
Lol I wasn't getting it you just had to mention it. I ran system updates this morning then when I tried this afternoon it would run (even the battle.net app crashes). Tried onboard and NVIDIA and 3 different wine versions.

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error #132 on 64 bit
by Intangir on Monday May 19th 2014, 12:53
I am not noticing anyone complaining about error 132 anymore

does it not occur on fresh installs or something? i still have the error, and 32bit seems to run a lot more choppy and crappy for me and isn't a very good solution

anyone figured out a way to fix it?

this is the error that occurs on 64bit about 90% into loading/logging a character into the game

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No sound
by Lee Jenkins on Saturday May 10th 2014, 13:11
There is no sound output from the game.

Ubuntu 14.04 x86_64
wine-1.7.18

What can I try? Where do I need to look?

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  • RE: No sound by Lee Jenkins on Saturday May 10th 2014, 20:54
Low FPS?
by Alexander on Friday May 9th 2014, 7:58
I've tried everything that is written in the comments, yet my FPS will not go past 15. My Hardware should without a problem handle at least 60, since it use to run WoW at a stable high fps with windows.

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FPs
by giroscopic on Sunday May 4th 2014, 17:28
I am expiriencing low fps (3-9fps). Its probably due to the fact that i have not configured the drivers correctly in wine.

I run the game as if:
wine64 path/to/Wow-64.exe -opengl

Before entering my password on login screen i get a warning:
"Your device driver is out of date. Please see [some url] for more information".

So i beleive my Intel HD4000 is not correctly configured within wine. I am unsure of why, as game runs and the installation was acording to the best of my ability to follow the walkthough.
Glxinfo | grep render outputs a YES as troubleshootings go.

Has anyone tried to run this game with an intel Ivybridge chip? I am using ubuntu 14.04 and wine 1.7.17 i beleive.

Thanks in advance!

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  • RE: FPs by Josef Schabasser on Thursday May 8th 2014, 11:25
    • RE: FPs by Joshua on Saturday May 10th 2014, 22:49
affinity mask
by Stephen P on Sunday May 4th 2014, 11:56
SET processAffinityMask "x" functionality was removed from WoW in patch 3.3.2. The game ignores this setting in config.wtf after that patch so it is no longer needed and WoW will automatically create multiple threads, but only on 2 cores.

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Surround Sound
by Josef Schabasser on Sunday May 4th 2014, 3:12
I use Ubuntu with WINE 1.7.17 and can't get WoW to output surround sound. Starcraft 2 and Diablo 3 detect and use 7.1 surround sound, but WoW only uses stereo sound.

Some details:
- Ubuntu 14.04 x86_64
- Wine 1.7.17
- nvidia drivers 331.67
- PulseAudio (Surround 7.1 output + stereo input, nearly every app utilizes surround sound)
- 32 and 64 bit clients tested
- Flash Player 11.2 uses stereo, too. I don't know why.

PS: __GL_THREADED_OPTIMIZATIONS reduce the framerate, is this normal?

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E-mail!
by Wobbo on Saturday April 26th 2014, 2:42
Who is sending all those mails! In 2 days 600 mails! Stop it!

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Connecting to the game with OpenGL
by James A. Gilmore II on Thursday April 24th 2014, 10:13
When using OpenGL and a 64-bit prefix I am unable to connect to the game when using the new Battle.net Launcher; however, when using OpenGL and a 64-bit prefix I can connect to the game fine when using the old launcher.

Anybody know why this is?

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Problem whit log in
by daneyas on Monday April 21st 2014, 17:53
Hi i write this becouse i have a problem whit the game world of warcraft, i installed wine, winetricks and playonlinux and the game run, but he dont let me conect whit the server What can i do? –
imgur.com/PTmmMwd

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Freezing at Character Creation
by Michael Speth on Friday April 18th 2014, 16:33
At the character creation screen, after a few seconds, the game freezes and exits.

System Details
* Ubuntu 13.10 64-bit
* PlayonLinux with Wine 1.7.16 (64-bit)
* battle.net app (to launch wow)

Any ideas of what might be wrong?

Using D3D9 in the conf. If I change to OpenGL, the game doesn't connect.

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by Malstrond on Friday April 18th 2014, 13:02
Wow-64.exe is working again for me with a git build (wine-1.7.16-199-ga6e53e at the time of writing).
It still hangs when sitting at the character selection screen for too long, but it loads the game world fine and is stable when loaded.

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Wine64 now working
by Chris on Sunday April 13th 2014, 22:10
Was dealing with the agent crash issue, now that I have upgraded to wine-1.7.15 from Ubuntu repos I am able to run 64-bit client.

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Menubar in fullscreen after update
by Shawn on Sunday March 30th 2014, 8:59
Just updated to wine-1.7.15 and now I have a menubar titled "Prj2Make #GK" around my supposedly full-screened WoW. Anyone know how to remove it ? Running in Ubuntu

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Wine 1.7.14 + WoW 5.4
by Ligatus on Wednesday March 19th 2014, 2:40
Sorry for my bad english...... (

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error #132 on 64 bit fixed?
by Intangir on Wednesday March 12th 2014, 0:10
i got the hotfix just now, tonight, that just came out

it automatically reinstalled the 64bit version that i had renamed, so i let it log in (this failed only hours ago) and just now it has worked

i logged in on 64 bit and am still on minutes later

maybe its fixed? maybe it is temporary like last time (this happened before with another hotfix and then hours later it was broken again)

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Grey Mouse Cursor Using Wow.exe(32bit)
by Paul Chain on Saturday March 1st 2014, 3:02
I have finally found a solution to people that are using the Wow.exe 32bit client on a 64bit system that causes the mouse cursor to be grey during game play.

Fix: Linux Mint 16 XFCE
sudo apt-get install ia32-libs

Once it finishes reopening the game will show the mouse cursor in its correct colours.

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64 bit client fixed 2/27
by Scott on Thursday February 27th 2014, 21:31
It seems that the update today fixed the 64 bit client again. Yaay!
This also seems to fix the weird mouse coloring I was seeing when I had to use the 32 bit client the last 2 weeks.

For anyone who hasn't done this already, you get the best boost by using this maintained PPA of wine:
launchpad.net/~foresto/+archive/winepatched/

Using this flag alongside a modern version of the NVIDIA drivers:
__GL_THREADED_OPTIMIZATIONS=1

And launching wow's 64 bit client.

In case this is useful to anyone else, this is what my start script looks like:


pkill Agent.exe

WINEPREFIX=/home/scott/.wine64 wine "/home/scott/.wine64/drive_c/users/Public/Application Data/Battle.net/Agent/Agent.exe" --nohttpauth &

WINEPREFIX=/home/scott/.wine64 __GL_THREADED_OPTIMIZATIONS=1 WINEDEBUG=-all wine64 "/home/scott/.wine64/drive_c/program files/world of warcraft/Wow-64.exe" -opengl


I'm unsure if the manual managing of killing/launching Blizz's Agent is still required. Note that you use "wine64" as the executable you launch, and you point it at "Wow-64.exe".

Also you can do videos using glc, and this is my script to start wow w/glc loaded:

WINEPREFIX=/home/scott/.wine64 __GL_THREADED_OPTIMIZATIONS=1 WINEDEBUG=-all glc-capture -o /media/Media/Captures/wow-%month%-%day%-%year%-%pid%-%capture%.glc -v 4 -i --glfinish --audio-skip -e 420jpeg -b back --reload="F7" wine64 "/home/scott/.wine64/drive_c/program files/world of warcraft/Wow-64.exe" -opengl

With the above patches and the 64 bit client, wow seems OK even when using GLC to capture full quality 1600x900 videos. It's a little bit of a performance decrease, but I stay at around the 30fps I'm capturing at. Much better than what FRAPS did to my machine back in the day...

Then you can convert the captures using this line:
aoss glc-play INSERT_FILENAME_HERE.glc -o - -y 1 | mencoder -x264encopts threads=4 -demuxer y4m - -nosound -ovc x264 -of avi -o INSERT_FILENAME_HERE.avi

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Multicore
by prosid on Sunday February 23rd 2014, 16:37
Hi, I try to get multicore function working with wow, but even if i try with the "SET processAffinityMask "x"" the wow process still take around 33 or 36 % of my processor max. Is it normal ?
I have a core i3 2100 @ 3,10 GHz and i have tried with the x to 3 or 15, for 2 or 4 threads. I have also try d3d9 and opengl api but nothing change perfs are very similar.

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Try changing you windowed mode.
by Babyoblong on Wednesday February 19th 2014, 11:21
I encountered a similar problem and solved it by going into the WTF directory in WoW and changing the SET gxWindow "0" to SET gxWindow "1".
Also using OpenGl instead of D3D9.

Worth a shot.

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alt+tab freezes
by Plazma on Monday February 17th 2014, 17:35
everything is ok but when trying to alt+tab wow is freezing.

system i3770k, 8gb dual ram, asus gtx670 2gb, ubuntu 12.04 64bit

googled it and tried all solutions but nothing. same :(

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Error #132
by Panama Craig on Tuesday February 11th 2014, 1:20
Ok, so I've made sure to google this Error before coming here... To note a few things... I was playing World of Warcraft earlier today without any issues what-so-ever. Have never encountered this error before, until today. Also, between the time that I was last playing World of Warcraft and when this error first appeared, I had not performed any updates what-so-ever.

Now, that being said... I'm getting the following error:

ERROR #132 (0x85100084) Fatal exception!

Program: C:\Program Files\World of Warcraft\Wow-64.exe
ProcessID: 57
Exception: 0xC0000005 (ACCESS_VIOLATION) at 0033:0000000005A11A71

The instruction at "0x0000000005A11A71" referenced memory at "0x00007F38ACD6C028".
The memory could not be "read".


What have I done so far?
1 - I've updated Wine from wine 1.6.1 to 1.7.12
2 - I've updated my NVidia drivers from proprietary drivers 304, to 331. (Using the OS Recommended Drivers)
3 - Deleted the Cache, WTF, Data/Cache, and Interface Folders
4 - Changed the Config.wtf file from gxAPI "OpenGL" to gxAPI "D3D9" and back again...
5 - Ran without a Config.wtf
6 - Ran the WoW Repair tool
7 - Ran Memtest (Came back my RAM was fine)
8 - Tested my HDD for bad sectors (Came back my HDD was fine)
9 - Came here to post this damnable bug, in attempts to find out what else could be going wrong.

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Synergy has some issues with Wow
by Christoffer on Monday January 27th 2014, 16:01
When running Synergy, any mouseover event in WoW will fail to work (eg tooltips) making the game fairly frustrating to play. Not sure if there is any workarounds for this (yet), just wanted to warn others before they clear out all addons, cache, profiles and so on...

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Trouble running full-screen with Fedora 20
by Chris Rankin on Sunday January 5th 2014, 14:17
I've upgraded to Fedora 20, which uses Wine 1.7.5, and now I'm having trouble getting WoW to run full-screen (1680x1050). The game window now starts hidden instead, and refuses to acquire focus correctly if I press Alt-TAB and then click on it. The most reliable way of selecting the game window now seems to be the following:

a) Press "Play" on the Launcher.
b) Press Alt-TAB.
c) Wait for WoW's game window to appear amongst all of the application windows.
d) Click on the game window, and it will become full-screen.

Could this a Wine problem, or a GNOME3 problem?

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Problem with DirectX Runtime
by Alex on Saturday January 4th 2014, 10:16
Okay, so I've ran into a problem that renders the game completely unplayable. When I run the program in PlayonLinux using Wine version 1.7.8 ( 32 bit) I get an error saying "
"World of Warcraft requires the latest version of the DirectX Runtime to be installed. Fore more information please see us.battle.net/support/en/article/driver-update-information" and of course that link is broken. Please help.
Here are my specs:
Asus X55C-HPD111F 15.6" Laptop
Intel Pentium B980 2.4GHz
4GB RAM
500GB HDD
Ubuntu 13.10 Saucy Salamander

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Runs better with -opengl
by Chris Verhaaff on Monday December 30th 2013, 13:05
so wine64 /path/to/wow-64.exe -opengl

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Graphics artefacts
by Nariman Poushin on Friday December 20th 2013, 6:08
On Intel HD4000 graphics, I found that I needed to disable GLSL under the "display" tab to make sure I didn't get strange extruded textures. After that it all worked flawlessly.

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Running on 1.4
by Josh on Tuesday December 17th 2013, 13:31
Hey I'm trying to run the game on wine 1.4 on ubuntu 12.04. When I run the setup .exe it just sits on the checking for updates and the launcher never runs. Any solutions?

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petition porting wow on linux
by diego on Saturday November 30th 2013, 8:37
www.change.org/petitions/blizzard-entertainment-create-a-world-of-warcraft-native-linux-client

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maps highligt freez
by sociopath42 on Wednesday October 23rd 2013, 2:47
hello

first, excuse my poor english, 'cause I'm french :)

Since 5.3, I get problems with (I think!) the quest overlay on the (mini?)map. you know, the blue zones where you got to go.

When one apprear on the map, the game freez the whole computer for 5-10 sec.
I thougth first that came from an addon, but it still appears with the default UI.

does someone have an idea?

thank you very much !

B

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Installation via Battle.net Launcher Beta
by Jacob on Wednesday October 23rd 2013, 0:01
When installing, it might show that it is loading after a small download. Just give it some time and it should fix itself and show download progress.

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WoW not starting at all
by Stefano Silvestri on Saturday October 5th 2013, 9:26
Had an issue about a week ago, when they added a tiny patch to the game
Every time i start the game the launcher exits with error code BLZPTS00008 , blizzard support says that it is because of windows secondary logon service not being active. Followed the instructions i found here www.msfn.org/board/topic/149502-secondary-logon-service/ and downloaded the seclogon.dll to be put in system32 dir, but i had no luck at all, only difference is that when i start the game now the agent succeeds to download, but then patch is not applied and launcher exits with the same error.
Terminal output says nothing.
Tried with wine 1.6-rc4, 1.7.0, current git.

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Mouseover problems in windowed mode with Nvidia 313, Wine 1.7.2
by MichaelKoch on Tuesday September 24th 2013, 12:18
Using Nvidia's proprietary drivers (version 313.30), I can't use windowed mode (maximized or not maximized) because WoW doesn't detect my mouse cursor anymore unless I click somewhere.

I've tried it with a clean wineprefix and empty WTF folder, but the error still occurs.

My OS is Xubuntu 13.04, my GFX card is a Nvidia GTX 460 SE and the installed, proprietary driver is version 313.30.

I thought it may be because of my multi-monitor setup, but the problem's still there with just one monitor connected.

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Updater not finding agent
by Erik Walthinsen on Thursday September 12th 2013, 18:00
I ran the game and the launcher, both of which got stuck with a gray window claiming to be updating.

In the console, I get an error (sorry, it scrolled off my screen) about DNSAPI.DLL not working for Agent.exe. Googling indicated that I should add an "override" for this library.

Once done, the updater works just fine.

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Graphics bugs after 5.4 patch
by Matt on Thursday September 12th 2013, 7:36
Ubuntu 12.10
Wine 1.7.1
xorg-edgers nvidia driver 313.30
Running in DX9 mode (mine runs at a faster fps with better looking graphics in DX9 mode over open GL).

After WoW patched to 5.4, some textures are messed up such as on your farm, the ground tiles are not properly aligned thereby revealing the obvious tile boundaries. For many spell effects and things like sparkles that appear over quest things, ores and herbs that can be picked up, what should be the transparent part of the texture is visible. So you'll see a lightly white colored square texture with the spell effect or sparkle or whatever in the texture also. You can see how it's rapidly repainting this tile to achieve the spell animation. Very distracting, but, the game play is fine- everything works as usual.

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