On my Fedora 17 Linux box the other day I reverted my 64bit Nvidia Graphics Card Drivers back to the default Nouveau Drivers for testing. After I did the testing I reinstalled the Nvidia Graphics Card Drivers. Unfortunately, the removal of the 64bit Nvidia Drivers also removed the 32bit Nvidia Graphics Card Drivers. It took me a few google searches to find the correct library to install to rectify this issue.
Last week I was having a nightmare with StarCraft II v1.5.2: Network DEsync Issues. To try and fix this I did a lot of drastic file removals. After this many windows programs were slightly disabled (If they weren’t already that way to begin with). I decided to do a complete reformat of my C drive and start from scratch again. It had been almost 3 years since I last reformatted so it was well overdue.
One of my mates has been urging me to migrate across to Fedora Linux. Being a hardcore gamer I was very sceptical at first, as I still needed to be able to play almost all windows games as they are released. He later informed about PlayOnLinux which makes the entire Wine configuration a breeze. With that knowledge I decided to give Fedora 17 a try.
Oh, BTW, after installing Fedora 17 Linux and PlayOnLinux. I then installed StarCraft II, 8GB download later I could login and attempt a Co-Operative game. You know what? It worked perfectly. So that fixed all my preivous DEsync issues. lol.