Wine 1.8.5 Stable Released – Install on Debian, Ubuntu and Linux Mint

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111 Responses

  1. Asuransi Pendidikan says:

    Thanks for the tutorial, I would try to practice now

  2. Tan says:

    Great information on WINE installation – well laid out and succinct
    However, the floating SHARE social media images are EXTREMELY annoying!!

  3. Rahul Kumar Sharma says:

    always so useful and exact solution, no need to browse any other links.

  4. Harga Terbaru says:

    Thanks for the tutorial, I would try to practice now

  5. Mahesh Kumar says:

    Thanx Bro …. It’s working nicely .. Before reading this article I faced many problems while installing it. Really helped a lot. Thanks a lot

  6. Yowhannes Kifle says:

    I installed Wine using terminal in linux mint 17.1. But when i try too run the wine app it keeps saying “Wineserver not found”. What is the problem if any one have the solution for this problem it will be nice of you to help….

    • Robert Martin says:

      Having had the same problems after first trying to install the Wine (Version: 1:1.8.0-0ubuntu1) offered by the distribution I am (LinuxMint 17.3) using, I then did my level best to completely remove all vestiges of that installation.

      Then, recently, I happened upon an announcement that a new version of Wine had been released, Wine 1.8.5, and became hopeful that it might work well due to some of its listed improvements. I downloaded it and installed it whereby I each time agreed to let the installation programs download and install whatever they reported as being necessary to that Wine version’s proper functioning but not yet installed.

      Wish me luck. So far all seems to be functioning well (i.e. winecfg etc. Wine functions appear all to be performing normally). I have, however, yet to install any programs under Wine other than wordpad.exe and iexplorer.exe, both of which function quite normally, I am pleased to say. P.S. I recommend which I found to be also very helpful.

      • Robert Martin says:

        I also found very helpful

        P.S. I am still trying to understand how to properly use symbolic links. winecfg already appears to function properly, nevertheless, when I run it in a terminal then the error message appears.

        p11-kit: couldn't load module: /usr/lib/i386-linux-gnu/pkcs11/ /usr/lib/i386-linux-gnu/pkcs11/ Kann die Shared-Object-Datei nicht öffnen: Datei oder Verzeichnis nicht gefunden
        • Ravi Saive says:


          I have updated the installation instructions for Wine 1.8.5 recent release, hope it will fix all your Wine problems..

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