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/usr/bin/winetricks: 2201: /usr/bin/winetricks: cannot create /tmp/early_txt: Permission denied ------------------------------------------------------ wine /c echo '%Program Files%' returned empty string, error message 'wine: /home/tecmint/is not owned by you' As I said above that not all programs will work with wine.So, I recommend you to check out the Wine app database before installing any software through wine.To do this, enter the following command into the terminal: You may find the terminal by going to Applications -This will create a hidden folder (.wine) in your home directory containing the fake C: drive as well as registry files similar to those used in Windows. If it is an installer, it should then run as it would in Windows.Once this directory is created, the Wine Configuration Window will appear. If the application asks for a directory to install the application to, select put it under C:\Program Files.If you want to uninstall the Internet Explorer with winetricks just type the following command it will completely delete the program.

Would you like to answer one of these unanswered questions instead?This window will allow you to customize a variety of settings for Wine, including which Windows Version that is emulated, drive mappings, DLL overrides, as well as application specific settings. Instead of having to always enter the terminal or use the Wine file browser, you may also create a desktop icon, and start a Wine application using that icon. The most important part of creating a launcher is the command, the generic name is not as important.To do this, right click on the desktop and select "Create a launcher." If you wish, select an icon from the list of available icons (or browse to an icon you would like to use), fill out other information that is requested (Name, generic name, etc.). Just make sure you de-select "Run in terminal." This completes the process.If you looking to have a most recent version of Wine 4.0 stable series, you have to use a new Wine repository PPA which offers both development versions and stable versions of Wine for Debian, Ubuntu and Linux Mint.To install Wine 4.0 on Ubuntu and Linux Mint, open the terminal by hitting ‘CTRL ALT T‘ from the desktop and run the following commands to install it: ----------------- On Ubuntu & Linux Mint ----------------- $ sudo dpkg --add-architecture i386 [Enable 32-bit Arch] $ wget -nc https://dl.winehq.org/wine-builds/$ sudo apt-key add $ sudo apt-add-repository 'deb https://dl.winehq.org/wine-builds/ubuntu/ cosmic main' [Ubuntu 18.10] $ sudo apt-add-repository 'deb https://dl.winehq.org/wine-builds/ubuntu/ bionic main' [Ubuntu 18.04 & Linux Mint 19.x] $ sudo apt-add-repository 'deb https://dl.winehq.org/wine-builds/ubuntu/ xenial main' [Ubuntu 16.04 & Linux Mint 18.x] $ sudo apt-get update $ sudo apt-get install --install-recommends winehq-stable deb https://dl.winehq.org/wine-builds/debian/ jessie main [Debian 8 (Jessie)] deb https://dl.winehq.org/wine-builds/debian/ stretch main [Debian 9 (Stretch)] deb https://dl.winehq.org/wine-builds/debian/ buster main [Debian 10 (currently Testing) (Buster)] $ wget https://dl.winehq.org/wine/source/4.0/wine-4.0xz $ tar -xvf wine-4.0xz $ cd wine-4.0/ $ sudo ./configure $ sudo ./configure --enable-win64 [For 64-bit platform] $ sudo make && sudo make install The default wine configuration is much enough for running windows applications, but not all windows based applications run under wine.

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