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[http://www.winehq.org/ Wine]] is an application that allows you to create a Windows environment for installing Windows software. This can be useful if your favourite Windows game or productivity application has not been ported to Linux/BSD.
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Wine can be installed from [[Using AppCafe™ | AppCafe™]]. In Figure 8.5a, the user has performed a search to fine the Wine PBI.
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'''NOTE:''' while Wine indicates that it is for the i386 (32-bit) architecture, you can install it on 32- or 64- bit systems using AppCafe™.
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'''Figure 8.5a: Installing Wine from AppCafe™'''
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Revision as of 07:05, 28 July 2011

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Wine] is an application that allows you to create a Windows environment for installing Windows software. This can be useful if your favourite Windows game or productivity application has not been ported to Linux/BSD.

Wine can be installed from AppCafe™. In Figure 8.5a, the user has performed a search to fine the Wine PBI.

NOTE: while Wine indicates that it is for the i386 (32-bit) architecture, you can install it on 32- or 64- bit systems using AppCafe™.

Figure 8.5a: Installing Wine from AppCafe™

Wine.png

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