Works out of the box. Absolutelly no need to install any drivers. Just plug and use. Of course, included software is for windows (does not run in wine, as for now).
on 09/14/2009 – Made popular on 09/14/2009
i am thinking about switching from windows 8.1 to ubuntu 14.04. i am hesitating though as there are a huge amount of software and games only available for windows. i understand that you can use wine on ubuntu to install windows software but dont know how well it works and if it works for all software & games.
I've tried wine software to install .exe files in my ubuntu 12.10 os but many times it is not able to install the software appropriately or if installed then the windows software file does not works properly. So can anyone suggest me some other software in ubuntu which will helps me to install and run windows software in my ubuntu 12.10. Thanks in advance
This is brief tutorial, I am going to show you how to install some popular programs or applications designed for Windows in Ubuntu 10.04 Lucid Lynx with the help of Wine emulator. Wine lets you run Windows application software in Linux OS.
Before you ask, yes, I've installed Medibuntu. This codec is not in that pack--specifically I am trying to install SCLS.dll, which stands for Screen Capture Lossless Codec, a codec that works with CamStudio's desktop recording software.
It works fine in Windows, but when I have attempted to install it on Linux, I have had zero luck through Ubuntu itself, or through Wine.
I have FL studio 10 installed on my PC through wine and it works perfect. The pre-installed vst's work but any I install (sylenth1, nexus2 and pianoteq) don't work. I have massive installed and it works. I am a little new to Linux but know the basics.
Video: mostly perfect Wifi: perfect out of the box Bluetooth: perfect out of the box Sound: perfect out of the box DVD RW: perfect out of the box Ethernet: perfect out of the box USB: perfect out of the box WEB camera: perfect, after install v4l2ucp...
I have a dead windows 7 x64bit partition , would like to know if any one has been able to copy the Windows 7 64Bit system files into Wine and make the system more compatible I only have x64 software and drivers.