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I would like to know if there is any way to run lineage essence on macbook with m1 processor?  I tried with pararells (installed windows 10 arm version) and during lineage launch there is an error „launcher active, please close all games (3)” there is no any lineage process running in background and i get this error everytime. Any tips would be nice, thanks 

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On 11/18/2021 at 8:34 PM, borysbor said:

Hello

I would like to know if there is any way to run lineage essence on macbook with m1 processor?  I tried with pararells (installed windows 10 arm version) and during lineage launch there is an error „launcher active, please close all games (3)” there is no any lineage process running in background and i get this error everytime. Any tips would be nice, thanks 

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On 11/18/2021 at 8:34 PM, borysbor said:

Hello

I would like to know if there is any way to run lineage essence on macbook with m1 processor?  I tried with pararells (installed windows 10 arm version) and during lineage launch there is an error „launcher active, please close all games (3)” there is no any lineage process running in background and i get this error everytime. Any tips would be nice, thanks 

 

That is Active AntiCheat - due to server's client side protection. You can't really bypass it. One of its many features is to block running the game from a VM - the only way you can play on THAT particular server is to do a dual-boot.

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Not sure if the new client is x64, but wine can't run l2 on macOs since its 32bit, and since Catalina all that's x86 got removed, so if you brew install wine, you'll have wine64, and wine32 will crash.

 

I tried making it work so many times T_T, since 2019. Most luck I had was with Parrallels vm's, but its not worh even developing like that. Maybe boot camp can help ? only thing I havent tried, since it always said that my windows 10 image is bad or something.

 

Also for the "detection part" there are ways to trick the "anti cheat(lol)" to think it's running on a real device, usually what they do is look for strings to match those of real devices, like instead of video card manufacturer as "Microsoft Coorporation" to be "NVIDIA" and so on, with some registry tweaks and a few hours you may be successful. Nvidia had this protection once where the driver failed if it was a shared device in VMs, assholes >.>

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