or just be old school and use wine, which is basically a free alternative for cedega that's been around for ages
configuration is annoying though, gotta admit. The most common thing is to dual boot a pc with linux and windoze, so you get the best of both worlds.
Wine doesn't automatically work with most games, and if it does, you have probably modified it yourself, which I tried once :\. Just stick with cedega, its great and supports all the biggest titles, maybe not the newest, but the most popular!
Plus Cedega uses wine, but a modified version (wineX).
Edited by SuperSam, 30 March 2006 - 06:15 AM.