Wine 1.8 Stable Released – Install on Debian, Ubuntu and Linux Mint

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  1. Cara Menangani Nyeri Payudara says:

    Interestingly, and I want to leave a trail by commenting here .

  2. anton says:

    Wine not install using above commands. Only show winetricks, but when use $ sudo winetricks, it says “wineserver not found!”

  3. nice post bro!
    Thanks for shared

  4. Ikhsan says:

    Nice guide.
    Thanks for sharing,,,

  5. totoran says:

    nice this post thanks was shared……

  6. airsofter says:

    which one more powerful if i use virtualbox and wine? sorry if my language is bad

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