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Post#1 by Jack » 29 Sep 2013, 04:06

I have a Microsoft program doesn't need to be install its just 1 file will run in wine or not? If it will dose Porteus have a wine modules?
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Re: Wine

Post#2 by Slaxmax » 29 Sep 2013, 15:41

Try
You need porteus 32bits or porteus x86_64 with compat32-libraries for execute wine

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Re: Wine

Post#3 by Jack » 29 Sep 2013, 16:09

The link you gave dose it have the compat32-libraries in it? If not where the best place to find it?
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Post#4 by Jack » 30 Sep 2013, 16:17

I went to slackware.org.uk/slacky and download wine and everything it needed to work. It works great with a command line but I like to have a script to run it from a menu. Any idea how to build one?

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Post#5 by francois » 01 Oct 2013, 13:50

right click on kde panel button > edit application (for example system) > new item (wine)

and put the command line in there. :)
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Post#6 by Jack » 01 Oct 2013, 20:51

I use Mate sorry
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Post#7 by francois » 01 Oct 2013, 22:16

Mate :shock: :
System > preferences > main menu > system, then select new item and put the command in there. 8)
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Post#8 by Jack » 02 Oct 2013, 15:40

Thanks for the info francois. I don't know to say this but there is a screen on a how to use but itis white but every now and then you can see what on that page. Can that be fix if so how?
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Post#9 by wread » 04 Oct 2013, 20:21

I bet there is a linux program that does the same as your MS program... 8)
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Post#10 by francois » 04 Oct 2013, 23:20

Jack wrote:Thanks for the info francois. I don't know to say this but there is a screen on a how to use but itis white but every now and then you can see what on that page. Can that be fix if so how?
I do not understand what you mean.

It was quite straighforward for me.
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Post#11 by Jack » 05 Oct 2013, 01:20

I'll try and get some screen shots of it if I can.
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Re: Wine

Post#12 by wread » 06 Oct 2013, 01:10

Jack:
Please state which MS program exactly you want to run using wine :unknown:
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