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[Tuto] How to install Wine

Slackware, Zenwalk, Mandriva, FreeBSD, SuSE...

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ryousuke Wednesday 7 November 2007 at 9:25

This topic gathers the tutorials to install Wine on various distributions .

= Slackware & Zenwalk =

The problem of the Wine package for Slackware is the version, which is not very up to date. To correct this problem, it is necessary for you to get the latest package.

Click here to download this package

Once the package is downloaded, install Wine like this:
# installpkg wine-0.9.38-i486-S11.0.tgz

At the time of writing, the latest version of Wine is 0.9.38. But don't worry, the link to download the package will always be up to date.

For Zenwalk, the package is always up to date thanks to netpkg

= Mandriva & SuSE =

Although these distributions use the same type of package (RPM), that does not mean that they will be compatible with one another. For Mandriva, it is enough to download the package available just here:

Click here to download the package for Mandriva

For SuSe, you must go here:

[url=http://en.opensuse.org/Wine#Repositories]Installing Wine on SuSE[/url]

= FreeBSD & Gentoo =

The advantage of FreeBSD and Gentoo for Wine it that it is available in the tree. For FreeBSD you must update tree ports:
# csup -g -L port-supfile

Then for the install:
# cd /usr/ports/emulators/wine && make install clean

For Gentoo, the method remains identical. It is initially enough to update Portage to be ensured to have the last image of the tree:
emerge --sync

And to install Wine:
emerge -pv wine

I hope that will help you.

Editiert von: Salvatos

Precision Friday 8 April 2011 at 4:18

I'm a slack users and I believe a Sbo hyperlink ( http://slackbuilds.org/repository/13.1/system/wine/ ) is a better way to update it.
brsinvision Thursday 27 October 2011 at 2:29

.. I'm a slacker too, and I want to link the slacky.eu package for those who don't want to build packages by their self: http://www.slacky.eu/asche/pkgs/index.php?ver=15&pkg=2475 - here you'll find the wine packages and its dependencies, just compiled for the default Slackware arch i486 (for x64 you have to wait a little bit of time or compile it changing arch variable into the Slackbuilds)
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