How do I go about utilizing my 2nd drive found in the /media folder (Ubuntu) for games such as World of Warcraft? When I attempt to install Bnet or WoW they both state that network drives/folders aren't supported anymore, but I suppose it has to do with the way the virtual C drive works. How might I get around that and have Crossover actually install (C drive) them on that /media drive?
Finally figured it out via the support FAQs!
Posted 2016-02-03 20:45
· edited by John C on 2016-02-03 21:23
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