Diablo updating setup files
When clicking "Install Diablo III" I get this error: "Firefox doesn't know how to open this address, because the protocol (playonlinux) isn't associated with any program." Do I need to do something first? My only option is that its a Linux problem but for the life of me I can't figure out why. I'm still very much a newb, so I am only comfortably familiar with install rpm files. it is installing at the moment and i am on the way to updateing the file. But now im having same problem described by Evil Monkey and Mark.
Also, I don't have a 1.5.3-Diablo III to select, only a 1.5.4-Diablo III, see screenshot: Got my Diablo 3 CE, but after waiting for over 9 hours for the "Updating setup files' i gave up for today... The install folder is again my ubuntu home that works now i am in the game but i cant press the login button? before i started diablo 3 said my computer is not good enough can i because of that not login to the battlenet? When i try to login it stucks on "authenticating credentials" and after some minutes its shows error 3007 - Conection lost.
If you are running Windows 7, Vista, or XP this shouldn't matter.
It is recommended to update the game to version 1.13c (not 1.13d or later). D2SE should automatically detect your Diablo II's install location; if it doesn't, you can manually select the correct install folder.
Errors 81, 82 or 84 displays: "The client does not match the accounts native language.
Please, use the game native client." There is no known fix as of yet, as Blizzard controls the language restrictions from their servers.
For this guide, we have used the Play On Linux application.
We've tested the tutorial on the current 32-bit release of the Ubuntu OS, 12.04 LTS (Precise Pangolin).
It does not attempt to replace the two guides above, but please note that D2Multi Res is Step 1: Install Diablo II.
We know the unsupported cards aren't going to perform well and there's nothing we'll be able to do to remedy it.
Using the program Swiftshader can successfully load the game even on extremely low powered machines.
Apparently, 64-bit users will not be able to play the game, as there are some 32-bit Open GL libraries missing.
As a side note, make sure you meet the minimum system requirements (especially the graphics card and CPU/RAM) for playing Diablo III before going through the tutorial!