I have an original Fifa 10 Disk. How should I install it on Ubuntu? I don't want to use Wine. Is there an alternative?

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    As it's probably a game which runs only on Windows, you can either use Wine, a Windows virtual machine, dual-boot or look if there is a Linux compatible version (e.g. through Steam).
    – Byte Commander
    Jun 28, 2016 at 11:21

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Linux cannot run Win32 apps natively.

You have four options:

  • Try it in WINE
  • Try it in PlayOnLinux
  • Run it in a VM.
  • Dual boot with Windows (Cost of $115)

I recommend the WINE method. According to the official DB, it gets a very good compatibility rating.

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