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Using already-installed version of Wine?

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the champ Zondag 6 Juli 2014 om 22:11
the champAnonymous

Is there any way to do this? Or is it somehow necessary for playonlinux to install its own copy of wine?

Quentin PÂRIS Zondag 6 Juli 2014 om 22:26
Quentin PÂRIS
Admin

Use the "system" version

the champ Zondag 6 Juli 2014 om 22:47
the champAnonymous

How? If I go into "manage wine versions", I don't see it there.

Thanks.

Quentin PÂRIS Zondag 6 Juli 2014 om 23:48
Quentin PÂRIS
Admin

You can see it only for 32-bits wineprefix

the champ Maandag 7 Juli 2014 om 0:14
the champAnonymous

I don't know for sure what that means, but I'm running a 32 bit version of Wine on a 32 bit OS.

Quentin PÂRIS Maandag 7 Juli 2014 om 0:36
Quentin PÂRIS
Admin

You won't see it into "Manage wine version", because "System" is not a wine version you can download from the website.

You can find it in settings menu.

But what do you want to do?

the champ Maandag 7 Juli 2014 om 1:01
the champAnonymous

OK, I think I see what you mean. For an installed module, you can then select the system version of wne under configuration.

I'm trying to install Ableton, to work with the system wine. Right now I'm just testing, because I don't actually own a copy of Ableton yet.

Looks like it downloads an earlier version of wine, and I can change it afterward in settings to system am I right?

Is there any way to set the system version to the default?

Thanks.

Quentin PÂRIS Maandag 7 Juli 2014 om 1:09
Quentin PÂRIS
Admin

I'm trying to install Ableton, to work with the system wine. Right now I'm just testing, because I don't actually own a copy of Ableton yet.

Sorry, we won't help with that

Looks like it downloads an earlier version of wine, and I can change it afterward in settings to system am I right?

Yep

Is there any way to set the system version to the default?

Nope, and there is no point for that AFAIK. Apps are tested with specific wine versions and we download old wine versions on purpose to be sure that there will be no regression.

Thanks.