November 18, 2021, 10:13am
I suppose that making a lignux version would be hard to do.
But to make Wemod, just wine compatible would cost you not as much effort,
and with Steam Deck and migrations in old PCs from MS WOS 10 to Lignux it will
help a lot of users.
Thanks in advance.
November 18, 2021, 2:23pm
This is something we’re going to look into for sure. It’s incredible how well programs run on it.
I’ve been struggling trying to get it on the steamdeck and looked through loads of tutorials with no luck. Hoping a solution can be made soon.
So far, the only workaround for Steam Deck is the following community-made topic
My first tutorial was functional but tedious and included a lot of unnecessary steps as i was still figuring things out myself. Half the steps from that tutorial were the DotNet rabbit hole Winetricks forces you down.
Download the DotNet Framework 4.8 installer from here:
Download the WeMod offline installer from here:
Here are the screenshots detailing the tutorial step by step:
I have tested this method on nea…
Otherwise, you can load Windows onto your Steam Deck using various methods, then install WeMod onto that. Some users (including myself) have done this.