WINE on Linux

By SlipknotHate
Apr 13, 2006
  1. Alright so I have Suse 9.3 and i cant install WINE! can anyone help me?
    im a noob at Linux pro at windows so i would need step by step instructions possibly pictures of screen shots? so if anyone can help me please post!
    i mean step by step where to click and everything!

  2. Peddant

    Peddant TS Rookie Posts: 1,446

  3. SlipknotHate

    SlipknotHate TS Rookie Topic Starter Posts: 26

    thanks but

    yeah i already red that and found it still confussing =/ yeah like i said im a noob to the whole linux i used it for 2 weeks then jumped back to windows cause i couldnt play Counter Strike. hahaha thanks but yeah doesnt really help me much.
  4. Peddant

    Peddant TS Rookie Posts: 1,446

    One thing I know about Linux is that you have to be very determined.:)

    There`s a thread you haven`t read here - Tidy Linux

    Not sure it will you make much wiser,though.

    A good thread on games and Linux here - Tidy games on Linux
  5. WinDoWsMoNoPoLy

    WinDoWsMoNoPoLy TS Rookie Posts: 252

    WINE is for applications. Cedega on the other hand is made for games. They are both known as "windows compatibility layers" but Cedega works with DirectX and other such software to run games under X.
  6. junkie

    junkie TS Rookie

    another route is Parallels Workstation. it's pretty simple for a newbie to virtualization/emulation whatnot. pretty cheap as well.
  7. WinDoWsMoNoPoLy

    WinDoWsMoNoPoLy TS Rookie Posts: 252

    If your installing Wine dont use those piece of crap WineX scripts. They never work.
  8. whtddusy516

    whtddusy516 TS Enthusiast Posts: 113

    Noobs in Linux should use ELX Desktop..or something along that lines (the only download able ISO on the elx webpage)...Im pretty sure Wine comes already installed and configured (not sure, i never messed around with wine on it)

    It also comes with a lotttt of media stuff pre installed, so you wont have to worry about rpms...never could figure those things out lol
  9. junkie

    junkie TS Rookie

    how do you find WINE's speed and performance as opposed to virtualiztion solutions like VMware?
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