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Bridging the anti-cheat gap : linux

Bridging the anti-cheat gap : linux

Hello! Most Linux avid gamers know we will use Wine to run Windows packages on Linux. But thus far we’re primarily restricted by the video games utilization of anti-cheat.

From what I perceive, Wine someway ‘interprets’ the Windows system calls (wish to Person32.dll?) into the equal Linux system name. This can also be why Wine cannot deal with Windows drivers as they must be working in a full-blown setting. This is the brick wall stopping a variety of AAA multiplayer video games from working on Linux.

I do know hottest anti-cheats like EasyAntiCheat and BattleEye have native Linux variations, however Wine has no method of utilizing these. I wish to attempt bridging the gap by translating a video games anti-cheat driver calls to the native Linux driver. Fingers crossed that is sufficient to make these video games work🤞

It sounds simple sufficient, however I’ve little expertise doing this type of stuff 😂

Please publish no matter you assume will assist! This may show helpful for the subsequent man even when I am unsuccessful.

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