Howto install Call of Duty Black Ops in Linux using PlayOnLinux
Few days ago PlayOnLinux team announced that Call of Duty Black Ops is now available on playOnLinux , this mean that you can install the game by just a few clicks using PlayOnLinux. As mentioned in their forum , the Game runs a little better if you get rid of “unessential” effects like shadows and anti-aliasing. The installation has been tested by PlayOnLinux Team on Ubuntu 10.04 LTS, Debian Squeeze, OpenSuse and Mac OSX 10.6.5.
About PlayOnLinux :
If you are new to linux ,”PlayOnLinux is a piece of sofware which allows you to easily install and use numerous games and apps designed to run with Microsoft® Windows®.
Few games are compatible with GNU/Linux at the moment and it certainly is a factor preventing the migration to this system. PlayOnLinux brings a cost-free, accessible and efficient solution to this problem.“
If you don`t have PlayOnLinux installed please follow the instructions in this post to install the latest version.
Note : I tested this game in Ubuntu 10.10 Maverick Meerkat, and seems to work fine. For issues report into the Forum
1- After you installed PlayOnLinux, go to Menu–>Applications–>Games—>PlayOnLinux
In PlayOnLInux go to Games–>Call Of Duty Ops
2- Select from where you want to install the Game, from a DVD or using a Digital version, for this last one chose Digital Download Version
3- A screen will appear to install latest version of Wine and the needed Libraries for the Game. Just accept the installation and continue
3- If you choosed to install from a Digital Download Version then browse the setup.exe in your computer and click forward
4- Now the Installation start, click next untill the end of the installation
5- When the installation is finished you will got this screen. Check the install DirectX and click Finish.
Wait untill directX is installed, then you will got this screen.
Click forward, install screenshots on your desktop and on the menu if you want.And is Done
Enjoy this Great Game.
For questions and help please use the forum instead of the comment system. Thanks
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