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Wine HQ - Installing Wine from source. Before installing Wine from source, make sure you uninstall any Wine binary packages you may have on your system.

Wine HQ - Installing Wine from source

Installing from source requires use of the terminal window as well as a full copy of the Wine source code. Once having downloaded the source from Git or extracted it from an archive, navigate to it using the terminal and then follow the remaining steps. 2.3.1. Getting the Build Dependencies Wine makes use of many open source libraries during its operation.

If you wish to install build dependencies by hand, there are several ways to see if you're missing some useful development libraries. 2.3.2. Once you've installed the build dependencies you need, you're ready to compile the package. . $ . The last command requires root privileges. 2.3.3. To uninstall Wine from source, once again navigate to the same source folder that you used to install Wine using the terminal. . # make uninstall. Wine HQ - Wine HowTo. Before you install Wine, make sure that there is no previous Wine installation on your system, either from a package or from source.

Wine HQ - Wine HowTo

If you haven't yet installed Wine, you should be fine. See the Removing old Wine versions chapter in the User Guide for details. Many Linux distributions come with an included Wine package, but due to Wine's rapid development rate these are usually old and often broken versions. It is best to uninstall your distribution's included package versions and update to the latest Wine version available here. Ready-made, updated binary packages for Wine can be found at the WineHQ downloads page. Note to Debian/Ubuntu users: The packages included in the main distribution are currently very out of date. If you want to help get an application working in Wine, the first thing you should do is register yourself in the AppDB and fill out a test report, so others know what works/doesn't work. FrontPage - The Official Wine Wiki. Wine HQ - Wine for Debian based distributions. Debian-based distributions utilize a special tool for managing packages known as APT.

Wine HQ - Wine for Debian based distributions

APT is able to automagically install all of the needed dependencies for a software package, as well as keep the package up to date, by scanning what are known as APT repositories. Debian-based distributions have their own repositories of software that include Wine, however we keep our own repository of the latest available beta packages here for download. Warning: These are beta packagesThis means they will periodically suffer from regressions, and as a result an update may break functionality in Wine.

If the latest stable release of Wine (currently Wine 1.6.2) works for you, then you may not want to use these beta packages. This website has packages for i386 and amd64 architecture. To install wine packages you must download the .deb files and manually install them. Homepage: Package builder: Kai Wasserbäch. Wine HQ - Documentation. Frank's Corner, Running Windows applications and games on Linux/title> Wine Application DB - Wine Application Database.

Installing WINE on Ubuntu Linux. If you are using Ubuntu Linux, you can get WINE through the Synaptic Package Manager. through the menu: System —> Administration —> Synaptic Package Manager.

Installing WINE on Ubuntu Linux

Then enable the Universe Repositories from within Synaptic by going to Settings —> Repositories —> Add. Then in the "Add Channel" box that opens click on the option to add the "Community Maintained (Universe)" repository. After you have added the Universe Repository, go back to the main Synaptic window and click on the reload button on the top left. After it reloads, use the search function to search for WINE. Click on the box next to "wine" (colored green in the image below because it is already installed on my machine), and choose the option to "Mark for installation" To complete the installation, click on the "Apply" button. Darwine - News. Wine HQ - Wine Binary Downloads.