Originally Posted by dmorris68
The Merge clients used to run under Wine, I don't know if they still do or not.
Virtualization with something like VirtualBox is always an option if you have a Windows license handy to install, and is convenient from a Linux desktop.
Best performance though will be to dual-boot into Windows to play.
Thanks for the quick response. I tried to run it under wine but no success. Problem is, I don't know if I should add additional dll's to run it or not and if so, which ones.
VBox is also an option, though I must say it runs the hell out of resources. The fan keeps constantly cooling the CPU.