I see we can now run the EAC anti-cheating system.
Where can I find Wine-eac please? I can’t find him.
How to install it in Lutris please?
I found it: https://github.com/Guy1524/wine/tree/easy-anti-cheat
How to install it please?
It’s currently broken. There’s no timeline on when, or if it will be fixed. You’ll just have to wait.
But I will say if you don’t know how to build it, you shouldn’t be testing it even if it does start working again. This is in PRE-alpha stage, and is not ready for the general public to start testing it. That’s why you never saw TKG or GE create packages and publicly release them on GitHub, even though they BOTH created packages for us to test with. It’s. Not. Read.y. For. General. Use.
Right now you have no choice, because it’s broken, but like I said, even if it gets fixed and starts working again, it’s not ready for the general public, especially people that don’t know how to build it themselves. Trust me on that.
I’m a software developer and I want to play Apex Legends, is there any update on Wine EAC? I can certainly build it on my own but before I try I’m curious as to if it works at all.
none except they are never gonna try to fix it. Steam try to push that and have support for anti-cheat in kernel so wine could run anti-cheat software without any modification. The first working solution could be considered like cheating and so it will never be support. The kernel with anti-cheat support is suposed to land in 5.11 If iu want to learn more this video could explain things
I would not listen to alex 100% Co0perator I would check out this discord server you wanna check out the channel #easy-anti-lobster-dev I also recommend getting on the lutris discord as well, now I will admit there has been vary slow development on it but it doesn’t mean there hasn’t been progress check out this guys twitter he one of the people working on trying to get EAC working with WINE https://twitter.com/0xdt0 and I will admit there is a time gap but from what he has shown off I have hope but again attempt at your own risk it might not work but there is a chance it will
Thank you for your answers.
I saw that with kernel 5.11, anti-cheat should work.
No. This is absolutely, 100% not true, and Valve have said this 100 times.
Again no. There is no anti-cheat support coming to kernel 5.11. Whatsoever. And there’s no work being done to bring anything like that to the kernel, either. The work for 5.11 was a replacement for an ALREADY EXISTING solution in Proton for DRM, not anti-cheat. And as I said, it was already solved, the stuff added to 5.11 just solves it with less of a performance hit. It’s literally just a