505 Edition DVD In The Drive? Wine & Cedega?
My 505 Edition of the game should be here Friday or Saturday, and I was just wondering if the DRM requires you have your DVD in the drive? If so was the 505 release made to work with secure DRM friendly hosting applications like Game Jackal Pro or DAEMON Tools?
Also, has anyone tried ArmA II with Cedega or Wine on Linux? I don't expect ArmA II would perform very well on either at this point, but I'm curious if it will even work...
Last edited by Hoak; Jun 24 2009 at 17:30.
You'll need the DvD to play, i hope they'll soon patch it with a nocd as they did with Armed Assault. :'(
Jun 24 2009, 19:35
For DRM questions contact the publisher.
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