Hmm, games on linux, not too much luck there so far.
I've got Ultima Online running better than it ever did on windows, of course it uses an older version of Direct X, Anarchy Online and EVE Online are my current projects. I've got EVE to install and patch, but then it goes to a black screen and I have to kill it to do anything else. Anarchy Online refuses to recognise my 3D drivers as valid, although it shows them on the list it won't allow me to chose them, so I have a fully patched shadowlands install on my Slackware box that is so close to running it's even more frustrating than if it crashed while it was installing. I figure that once those three games are running on my computer I will never again be found sitting in front of my wife's XP box sniping Omni-Tek employees or mining omber to get the isogen I need for that new ship component I want to build. Both of these games seem to me like they should run in linux natively, it would probably even boost thier customer base to get more linux geeks online, I know I'd be happy to buy memberships by the year if either one of them put out a linux client. I'd do it by the month if they'd work in WINE or WINEX. As it is I'm considering getting cedega in hopes that both of these games will play then, unfortunatly my new ATi card had to be pulled because I was getting better performance from my GeForce MX4000-T64 than from it. I guess it's good that they at least attepmt to offer Linux support, but I sure wouldn't reccomend ATi to a friend who ran Linux. I'm worried that with my relativly low end hardware cedega would just be a waste of money, I've downloaded and compiled the CVS from transgaming and had no more luck getting either game to run than I had using WINE, I'd just be very unhappy if I spent money on something and still had no luck.