Well i downloaded the tar.bz2 package but when i try to compile it, it always need a new software to get installed(software dependences), like flex, gcc, bison etc. Now i am frustrated with these installations. so, is there any other method to install wine like to get a .deb file(am not able to find a .deb file for wine), or something pre-compiled which installs fine. I don't have internet connection on ubuntu. plz send me the link to .deb file or something like that or any method through which i can install wine on my ubuntu... Thanks ;)

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I have installed a Corsair F60 SSD on my Ubuntu 12.04 desktop. It has earlier been used as a system disk with Windows 8 Pro on another system, but it failed and now I want to use it for other purposes. If I use 'hdparm' I get an input/output-error, so I decided to try the Corsair SSD Toolbox which (unfortunately) is a Windows-program. So I installed the program using Wine, and tried to detect my Corsair F60 SSD to see if it was possible to rescue the drive. But when I run the program using Wine it does not detect …

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Hi All, THis is just a basic question about Wine. How many use it on Linux and how many are happy with it? I've seen mixed reviews about Wine on the internets so I thought I would ask the only tech community that matters. I just installed it because I was going to try and install (and run) Photoshop Elements on my laptop and I need Wine to do that. I also have a program called Fruity Loops that is a Windows based program that I'm hoping will run after Wine is installed but I don't know if it will …

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Hi I use linux in my laptop. and I don't like to have a windows on it (any way). My collage website designed with .net and aspx. It has greate features and the site application is something like a desktop application in a browser (greate job). Somehow it's nothing but shit: The website just work with IE in windows OS (I think. May be it use windows librarys, if it's possible for a website). I tried a lot to open the site with linux(installing ie with wine) but there is no success! Is there any way to open the site …

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I downloaded the latest WINE and I know it works because I downloaded two windows only compatible programs and they work. But now I'm trying to download and execute the .exe file for an awesome online game. It executes the file and a window pops up with the agreement terms. After I agree and hit next, a loader window appears but nothing loads. Thanks in advance.

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hey friend i need some help here since i'm new to ubuntu(to linux also)...this is the problem. i installed wine on ubuntu 10.04 and install [URL="http://www.programarts.com/cfree_en/index.htm"]c-free[/URL] 4.1 .The installation is completed with no errors.and [URL="http://www.programarts.com/cfree_en/index.htm"]c-free[/URL] is working perfectly except its unable to output any thing to terminal.Is there any way to solve this?(or a software same to c-free working with ubuntu) please pay your kind attention to this guys. thank you in advance

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Hi, my name's Vincent, from France... I come from wine marketing and started coding last year, first html, actionscript, and now PHP, javascript, but still a newbie... I just met Daniweb and think we will spend time together... pleased to meet you all, and many thanks to the community spirit...

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Let me explain the scenario I'm in. Currently my company has a desktop set up so clients can individually log in and test our data processing software. This is currently in a linux environment for ease of management. What I'm looking to do is possibly set up a web app with will show the gui/output of the software while processing and keeping all the libraries server side. Similar to what would happen if you were to ssh -X into the machine and run the software on your display. The software package is written in c++ and is a windows exe. …

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I'm trying to find some VM software that can access more than 256mb of the video card. Parallels tops out at 256mb. It won't let you access more than that. The machine I intend to run this on will be an 8core mac pro workstation desktop with 8gigs of RAM or more and a terabyte HD. This will be for doing 3d rendering, not to create images, but to create models that I can send to a 3d printer or CNC mill. The problem is I already own the 3d rendering software and it is for Windows, and I am …

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AUGUST 7, 2008--There was much to celebrate at the [URL=http://www.linuxworldexpo.com/live/12/]LinuxWorld Conference and Expo[/URL] this week in San Francisco's Moscone Center, particularly if you're a developer building applications on or for the platform. Remember when gOS debuted as the operating system inside Wal-Mart's US$199 PC? The company yesterday introduced [URL=http://www.thinkgos.com/new/]gOS 3 Gadgets[/URL], a version of its Ubuntu-based distribution that launches [URL=http://www.google.com/webmasters/gadgets/]Google Gadgets[/URL] at start-up. Gadgets are miniature, targeted applications that can be placed on the desktop of a Web page; tens of thousands are already available for free. gOS 3 Gadgets also preloads the [URL=http://www.winehq.org/]WINE[/URL] Windows API implementation for X, and …

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Codeweavers has released a final version of CrossOver Office 6 - the software that provides Windows-application compatilibity - to both Linux and Mac OS X, marking the first-ever release of CrossOver Office for Mac. CrossOver Office is built upon the open source Wine framework, but provides additional features, such as an easy-to-use interface, and increased support of Windows applications. Although previous support for Windows games was provided by Apple's Boot Camp or Parallels Workstation, both required you to own a license of Windows XP, and in the case of the former required rebooting, and in the latter required a virtual …

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