I have an intel 4 pentium Processor, and I cant seem to find the right wine to install. Someone be able to point the way.
The wine is to be used for MS Office. THanks a bunch.
on 02/18/2010 – Made popular on 02/18/2010
Hi everyone, i have a small problem with wine, i updated to wine wine-1.5.12-3, now by default wine command is not working, i get:wine
-bash: /usr/local/bin/wine: No such file or directorySo i removed the old wine, and installed it again, but i still get the same ...
I have done a bit of research on WineHQ and other places, but cannot seem to get Office to install. I am running openSUSE 11.2 and from what I have read, Office should install and run without issue. I have a relatively fresh install, but had added the winetricks (with lots of errors and no success) and then afterward uninstalled wine and reinstalled.
We have been changed how wine is built. From now on, we have wine, wine-mono and wine-gecko.
Possible to only install wine and wine-mono, or wine and wine-gecko.
If you do conary updateall in fl:2-devel label, you will need to install wine-mono and wine-gecko to get those.
I installed Wine 1.4 rc5. Later I realised that this wine won't work because there is no sound. I removed it using Synaptic Package Manager and installed Wine 1.2 which is the stable version of Ubuntu 10.04. Even though I install it. It's still showing Wine 1.4 rc-5. How can I remove wine 1.4-rc5 and install Wine 1.2 ?
I'm new to ubuntu, formally windows 8 disgusted and have switched my other computer over to ubuntu only. The only thing I want to run on wine is to download DB Weave (and possibly for netflix later). I'm very confused with the wine install choices.
I installed wine 64. Then I discovered that winetricks likes wine 32. I uninstalled all the wine packages that have 64 in the name. But I still can't seem to get things working right. Does anyone know how to completely wipe all the wine packages so I can do a fresh install of wine 32?