Wine 1.8 Released After 17 Months of Development – Install on RHEL/CentOS and Fedora

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190 Responses

  1. DXadmin says:

    Thanks for your wonderful work! I enjoy my wine 1.8 on centos7 64bit. I just carefully followed your instruction. Kodus!

  2. Hatem says:

    i’ve followed your instruction to install wine in centos7 in order to install Dude one monitoring software for windows, but the wine64cfg did not run at all and said

    “Bash: wine64cfg: command not found…

    kindly help as this is very important to monitor our network

  3. Piseth says:

    Hi, i have followed all your step, but i get some error message like this “wine: for some mysterious reason, the wine server failed to run.”

    could you tell me how to fix it?

  4. Icaro says:

    I do all the steps, but after execute make and compile the wine, install, … , i can’t run wine64cfg. What have to do?

  5. Bill Cosby says:

    Why is all of this being done in the /tmp directory? The /tmp directory is pretty limited on many machines.

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