If you're new and trying to install Median (and maybe play on realm) you may have stumbled upon two other guides in this forum: this and this and you may be wondering what guide should you follow, and why.The first of the linked guides was born to help players to install an utility called D2Multi Res, which lets you play Diablo II in resolutions different from the standard 640x480 or 800x600.For example, the game can be run on integrated graphics as low powered as the Intel G41, albeit at extremely low frame rate. This means that no license is attached to the account, a problem with many users in Asia. This message means that the login servers are at full capacity.Official advice is to try logging in later when the servers are less busy.Apparently, 64-bit users will not be able to play the game, as there are some 32-bit Open GL libraries missing.
The second of the linked guides is a video tutorial specifically aimed at joining "The Sin War" (Median's online realm) that while good is probably a bit too long and the form of video doesn't lend itself to quick skimming of information.
The following tutorial will teach Linux users how to install the Diablo 3 game on their open source operating system.
The third installment in the Diablo franchise, Diablo III, is a dark horror/fantasy-themed role-playing game (RPG) developed and published by Blizzard Entertainment.
To install Diablo 3 on your Linux system, follow the next step-by-step (with screenshots) tutorial.
The Play On Linux developers provide binary packages and repositories for many Linux operating systems, including Fedora, Debian, Arch Linux, Frugalware and Ubuntu, as well as an universal binary package.