Linux 3.11 Will Allow For Windows RT Wine Support
A patch that was committed for the Linux 3.11 kernel will allow more Microsoft Windows RT / ARM applications to now run with Wine.
ARM binaries for Windows RT now have better chances of experiencing success when running on Wine/ARM. A register used by many Windows RT applications for the Thread Environment Block (TEB) is ignored on pre-3.11 Linux kernels while now it will be honored and be supported properly, per this Git commit.
For more information on the Windows RT Wine matter, see the mailing list message about "Windows RT Applications finally can run in Wine/ARM with upcoming Linux releases."
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