Talk:World of Warcraft
This page can go away in my opinion.
- It is incredibly out of date
- It is not specific to Arch Linux. Or at least the specific parts are general knowledge (using pacman) or covered by better maintained pages such as wine
- It is a duplication of effort
James Eder 14:27, 8 June 2011 (EDT)
This page helped me quite a bit today when I needed to patch WoW manually. I find it still useful.
techno-geek Tue Jun 21 13:01:09 CDT 2011
crescent Was useful to me.
nnscr Especially the optimization parts are really useful and I was quite positive surprised to find a dedicated page for this topic!
cyberconan Wed Aug 21 23:38 2013 I used many things of this wiki yesterday. Please, don't delete.
- The article can stay, but if somebody could take the time to fix the problems reported by James Eder it would be very helpful. -- Kynikos (talk) 13:50, 23 August 2013 (UTC)
I installed WoW in this month in a x86_64 bits system, with 'nvidia' drivers and used nothing from this article. I just install wine and wine_gecko, [multilib] installed and ran the WoW installer. WoW is running as 64-bit, not 32-bit with [multilib]. I really didn't see any use for this article. No even to patch WoW, which battle.net seems to apply automatically on login. -- josephgbr 00:13, Thu, 30 October 2014 (BRST)