Help with WINE

shipthepilot

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Ok so i know there is a wine program that let's you use Windows programs on Linux. but I tried to install but it just confused me because there is only 3 codes and no download? I put the codes in the terminal but nothing downloaded.



Also sorry I have been gone for a while.
 


Which distro are you using? I used the software manager in Mint to install Wine on my system. After that, I installed "Play on Linux" from the Software Manager. This makes using Wine much simpler.
 
Nice call, @Peer :)

On Zorin, Wine can be found here

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and hand in hand with it goes


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...PlayOnLinux.

@shipthepilot

Mate, you can install Synaptic Package Manager (It is the Zorin repositories but I don't think it is installed by default) with, at Terminal

Code:
sudo apt install synaptic

You will then find it in your Menu under System Tools.

Using Synaptic, you can perform searches for what software is on your system, both installed, and able to be installed, without having to introduce outside software.

Cheers

Chris
 


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