Or, you can launch World of Warcraft using a script - adding "-noautolaunch64bit" will force the 32bit Wo W client to be launched instead of the 64bit one.
If you're already using a script, simply add "-noautolaunch64bit" at the end of your Wo W launch command.
For Mac OS X replace with 0) If you are reinstalling drag any files starting with "Wo W-0.3.0" in your "World of Warcraft Public Test" folder to a safe location EG the desktop. This step is to make sure your registry is all up to date 3) Run the downloader file (Wo W-126.96.36.19974-PTR-US-Installer-downloader.exe) .
1) Delete any and all "wowtest" and "World of Warcraft Public Test" folders you may have. It will ask you for a location for where to put the "188.8.131.5274 US PTR Installer" folder.
7) Open that folder and open the launcher (or Launcher.app) 8) The launcher will download some updated tools and files in a "patch.mpq" file in the wow public test folder.
9) Run the PTR from that folder by opening the Green Test icon.
Troubleshooting Wine tries to address the common issues people are having with running World of Warcraft using Wine on Linux.
Important note: Make ABSOLUTELY SURE you run the latest Wine version, as well as the latest version of your graphic card drivers.
The installer and launcher for Wo W 4.0.1 and later require a new function in kernel32
Today also marks the end of our desktop app closed beta test.
If you’ve already been using the app as part of the closed beta group, you don’t need to redownload or reinstall anything—you’re already good to go.
Installing World of Warcraft (Wo W) in Ubuntu or Linux Mint (with Wine) is pretty easy, however there are various crashes that can occur, especially if you're not using the latest Wine and also, the FPS can be pretty low without a few tweaks, so I though I'd document everything I did to get World of Warcraft to work properly on my laptop (Nvidia Optimus, so I was able to test the game with both Nvidia and Intel graphics), even in large scale Pv Ps and hopefully, this will help you play Wo W under Ubuntu or Linux Mint.
Update: a recent update broke the UI for Linux users with Intel graphics.