League of Legends

Thanks you!

I had do this:

Step 1: League of Legends - Lutris
Step 2: the script was opened with Lutris and voilà :slight_smile:
Yes i speak french (belgium)

Thanks you very much for help!

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I'm triyng this solution:

I back to confirm if this link solve my issue :slight_smile:

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If you bought it on steam, you can use protondb


thank you i will try because i can't get anything with it Lutris :cry:

I don't recommend Lutris. I never got it to work, either.
On Steam you can easily set to Linux:


I can't find LOL on Steam.

Launch Steam, then at the very top left, click on Steam.
Then move down to Settings and click it to open a popup window with the settings.
All the way at the bottom is Steam Play. Click on that.
Run other titles: Proton Experimental.

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okay! I have set the correct settings!

Now i search the game!

Thanks you! i progress step by step :smiley:

I had just downloaded the .exe and play on windows. But i want to quit Windows.


Okay, i hope that's work for me :slight_smile:

Let's go! (thanks you!)

I have tried this method and have a lot of errors. can be try with this method?

If it didnt work try yours

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LOL (League of Legends) is a MOBA (Multiplayer Online Battle Arena), free-to-play.

I had a hard time to successfully install LOL in Lutris. I can't remember all I did, but I kept some notes. It is better to start by checking if you have all your packages up to date. For it to be quicker, in terms of less input from you, pull up terminal and type this:

sudo apt update && sudo apt upgrade -y

You need to have your Wine up to date too. I went to https://wiki.winehq.org/Ubuntu and followed the instructions there.

"If your system is 64 bit, enable 32 bit architecture (if you haven't already):

sudo dpkg --add-architecture i386 "

"Download and add the repository key:

wget -nc https://dl.winehq.org/wine-builds/winehq.key

sudo apt-key add winehq.key "

I presume you have Zorin 16 and not a previous version. If so, it's based in Ubuntu 20.04 LTS, therefore in the next section, add this repository:

sudo add-apt-repository 'deb https://dl.winehq.org/wine-builds/ubuntu/ focal main'

If you have an older version of Zorin, see the correct repository for you in that Wine page I left above. For example, if it's Zorin 15, it's based in Ubuntu 18.04 LTS, so you must select the command for that version.

sudo apt update

Install this package, from the Stable branch:

sudo apt install --install-recommends winehq-stable

"If apt complains about missing dependencies, install them, then repeat the last two steps (update and install)" Again, if you fall in this category, check the Wine page I left above for additional help.

After all that, it's time to install Lutris. You can do as I did and look for guidance in the Lutris page, the Ubuntu section, here: https://lutris.net/downloads/

sudo add-apt-repository ppa:lutris-team/lutris
sudo apt update
sudo apt install lutris

Then, go to the Lutris page https://lutris.net/ in your browser, login your account (or create, if you don't have one), search for League of Legends, which should be in this page https://lutris.net/games/league-of-legends/

In Standard (Launch Helper) version, click in Install. Read and follow all those instructions to the letter, especially the part: "IMPORTANT: After install, wait for the 2GB download finish, then close the riot client for finish the installation.".

Following all that, when you launch the game, be patient. It may take quite some long minutes to load the client, but if everything went well, it should work fine. :+1:


it is very complete to install it with Lutris.

I will try to install it with your notes. merci in advance, I will give you feedback

I'm waitting the end of process. For the first time, i'm here, with the log window!

That's smell good!

I come back when it's finish. Great tips OMEM.TOTAL!


Great! That's run very well!

Thanks you very very much @OMEM.TOTAL for your tutorial! First try and it's good!

Thanks you to @Michel and all really kind guy's for your patience.

Sorry for my mistake in begining :frowning:

I learn to use the forum and your rules ^^

@zorink Can you spin this perfect tutorial?

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OMEM.TOTAL can hit edit on his post, copy all it's contents, then navigate on the forum to Tutorials and Guides and select Create New Thread. Then paste his clipboard copy and give it a How To title. A small edit here or there may be needed for the forum software to not complain.

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TY :smiley:

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I never thought of creating a tutorial for it. I'm still a newbie to GNU/Linux. It's been not much more than a week I have started using it.

I didn't edit much out, but here it is: