Again sorry if this question is inane.
But I'm a gamer, the only reason I run Windows is because I have to to play Games on it.
If I could run windows games directly on a Linux OS, id go Ubuntu in a heartbeat.
The reason is ofc resources, Ive got a kickass computer, but I also play top of the line games at maximum settings, Id love to not have to run the massive Windows OS as well as the game I'm playing.
Which is why Wine, or any other form of box simulation makes no sense, I certainly don't want to run a Linux Os, an OS emulator, and a massive Windows OS under the game I'm playing.
So whats the deal? Why cant DirectX be made for Linux? I get that its illegal, but when has that stopped the open source community?
I take the Question to this forum to ask the experts, is there a technical reason why DirectX can NEVER be applied to another OS?
Is it simple impossible?
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