Wine 2.0.1 Stable Released – Install on Debian, Ubuntu and Linux Mint

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122 Responses

  1. satria says:

    It’s working nicely on my Fedora Linux, thanks for share..

  2. Pieter says:

    I did the following in Terminal:

    $ wine SophieSew_SetUp_1_13B42.exe

    and it opened. I want to open Wilcom but it is a .zip file. How do I unzip it?

    Clicking left or right button does nothing.

    I Tried ~$ wine WilcomEmbroideryStudio – ServicePack e3.0Z (Update 6) 19 Sep 2016 (345-7594).zip

  3. Pieter says:

    Hi, I am new to Ubuntu and the terminal is greek to me. I installed Wine 2.0. Every thing installed and also winetricks.

    I then entered “wine notepad.exe” and a blank Notepad page open.

    Pressing Ctrl + H the .wine file is there.

    Now I still can not load window programs.

    What am I doing wrong?

    Thank You

  4. wisata jogja says:

    nice article about installing wine

  5. knuxfanwin8 says:

    EDIT: I just had to press TAB. Sorry for trouble.

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