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Wakfu on Linux, is it stable?
posté February 16, 2014, 22:05:07 | #1
Wakfu on Linux, is it stable? Hello, I'd like to pass to Linux soon.
Windows has really failed with me.
But I'd like to know how is the version of Wakfu for Linux, are there many problems?
Have you any tips or tricks to share with me about installing it and using it?
I am going to install Ubuntu or Chakra or Mint, I still have to decide.
Also if you have advices on wich one I should choose, please tell me

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Lord Madgobb * Member Since 2008-01-09
posté February 16, 2014, 22:54:42 | #2
I'm playing on Ubuntu and it's fine. Both versions are almost identical, no huge Linux- related bugs or something like that, at least I didn't see anything like it, game works the same on Windows and Linux.

posté February 16, 2014, 23:03:28 | #3
Playing on Ubuntu as well with no issues.

posté February 17, 2014, 00:45:05 | #4
Gentoo here, it crashes occasionally, so I can't say it's stable. But it crashes on windows too.

posté February 18, 2014, 00:21:31 | #5
I think the only issue with Linux is linked with the Krosmaster table usage. Ankama kept bundling a heavily outdated version of the Flash player with Wakfu which was just making it crash horribly. I don't really know if this has been fixed yet.

posté February 18, 2014, 01:05:02 | #6
It has been, at least for me.

Short Strich * Member Since 2013-11-15
posté February 18, 2014, 01:23:41 | #7

Speechless Crobak * Member Since 2012-07-03
posté February 18, 2014, 08:10:18 | #8

Quote (GJTora @ 16 February 2014 22:05) *
Also if you have advices on wich one I should choose, please tell me

i'd recommend picking ubuntu as the first nix OS, cuz its newbie-friendly and its debian.
didnt use it since 2010 or so tho - that gui update was kinda unexpected for me.

inb4: now its a linux thread.