This is a companion discussion topic for the original entry at https://linuxconfig.org/how-to-play-world-of-warcraft-on-linux-with-wine
My winecfg doesn’t seem to have the staging tab. Following the linked instructions only got the stable version, not the dev or staging versions. Is there a way to update it?
Vuk -> Sorin255
If you use ubuntu/ubuntu-deb-like system use the command on the bottom for staging:
sudo apt-get install --install-recommends winehq-staging
But before that add required PPA to your system. Just follow instruction. You have to delete / purge all previous version of wine and config. You can find that on the web also.
Also, World of Warcraft has since this article was written, no longer 32-bit support. So your Wine has to run in 64-bit mode.
asimos -> Vaniza
wine64 uses wine32 libraries and thats the point of package dependency hell introduced.
Nevermind the part where every time the launcher updates something breaks and you’ll need to play guessing games about additional runtimes…