How to Install League of Legends on Ubuntu / Debian (2018 Method) (Automatic)

Some time ago we published a super guide on how install League of Legends on Linux using Wine, Winetricks and PlayOnLinuxTo date, that method continues to work for me without any problem, but several users have written to tell us that in their particular cases the method is not working as it should be, so this time we bring a more direct and automatic method so that can iInstall League of Legends on Ubuntu / Debian.

This method focuses on using a previously configured wine that works properly and is complemented with the installation of the necessary packages so that you do not have any type of problem.

How to install League of Legends on Ubuntu / Debian?

The steps for install League of Legends on Ubuntu / Debian With this method they are quite simple, just download the file that contains the game and the instance of wine prepared from here, this file occupies about 9.3 GB of disk space, once downloaded we proceed to install it by executing the appropriate installation .sh for your distro.

Install League Of Legends on Ubuntu / Debian

Ubuntu users can download the installer from here and those of Debian from this other linkFor both cases, it is convenient to give execution permissions and execute the .sh, to which you must first enter your root password to add the necessary repositories and then accept the necessary packages, in addition to creating the GAMES directory where you will run LOL.

Once the script finishes executing all its routines, it will automatically create the direct access to LOL from our desktop so that we can start enjoying this great game.

The original video where we have learned to install LOL with this particular method is left below:

To finish a very interesting tip, those who have problems displaying the letters when they enter the game can correct it by forcing lol to use directx, to do this modify the configuration file that can be found in GAMES/LOL/LoL32/drive_c/Riot Games/League of Legends/Config/game.cfg modifying the line x3d_platform=1 by x3d_platform=0, we save and enjoy.


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  1.   Ivan said

    You should have uploaded it as a torrent 🙂

    1.    Carlos Solano said

      It is true! Thanks for uploading it and for the tutorial, but I couldn't download it and now it says that the maximum number of downloads in Dropbox is overdrawn ...

  2.   Mauricio said

    Cannot download from Dropbox due to download limit ...

  3.   Mauricio said

    Did they really have to upload the files to Crapbox? : S

  4.   Anonymous said

    Please can re-upload it on another platform ..

  5.   Anonymous said

    You can not download the file

  6.   lizard said

    I will try to update it by uploading it to another site ...

  7.   Anonymous said

    Leave a new link pleaseeee !!!!

  8.   Nicolas gonzalez said

    good contribution! It would be great to update the file please

  9.   Jonatan said

    The installer where did you get it? in pirate bay if you are looking for flatpak there are automatic installers of games with wine.

    1.    bursoft said

      I have that installed but the truth is, we weigh the fps and I have a GTX 1060

  10.   Anonymous said

    the file cannot be downloaded so it is useless