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It depends. If the game supports Steam Play with Linux, you should be able to install the game without rebuying it. Otherwise, you'll most likely need to rebuy it or run it on a virtual Linux machine.


I assume "cross-platform" refers to . According to Steam support, you can just install it on windows. What is Steam Play? Steam Play allows you to purchase your games once and play anywhere. Whether you have puchased your Steam Play enabled game on a Mac or PC (both Windows and Linux), you will be able to play on the other platform free of charge. ...


Josh's answer is correct. The setup.exe is almost always located in the root directory of the disc, and it will be on the install disc. I had this to add, however: Diablo II doesn't require registry information to play. Most games, when the installer is run, set registry values that primarily tell things where the game is located on your hard drive. My ...


Make sure you are looking at the install disc. If for some reason mounting the disc is not causing the Windows autorun system to automatically run the installer, you can do the following: At the root of the disc will be a text file called autorun.inf. This tells older versions of Windows what to run automatically when the disc is inserted. Open the file in ...

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