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Wine 7.17 Released As A Small Update For Running Windows Games/Apps On Linux

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  • #11
    Word would be nice... Libreoffice is doing well..

    My # 1 would be get adobe reader to work where I can check boxes and sign things


    • #12
      Originally posted by user1 View Post
      Hope they'll have enough time to stabilize Wine towards the 8.0 release early next year. I usually don't use Wine development versions, but I recently tried one of the recent versions and it was crashing simply by opening winecfg (I guess it's probably because of all the PE conversions still ongoing).
      Nope, that's not normal. File a bug.


      • #13
        I wonder, has anyone tried to build as many legacy WINE versions as possible against a single release of a distro? E.g let's say you tried to build WINE 1.xx 2.xx 3.xx 4.xx 5.xx 6.xx 7.xx against Debian Bullseye, and had them as packages that could be installed/removed quickly. We could then run regression testing quickly by not having to compile WINE to compare compatibility between versions. I don't know how feasible this is because dependency libraries have likely changed between WINE versions.