wine-stable
#1
Does anyone have any success installing wine-stable on manjaro pinebook?
I tried with activation AUR and running it with pacmac without success. after a while it hangs up in the checking/cloning.


thanks,
Paul
#2
Err, if you click in pacmac, it will show build files

arch=(x86_64)

Even if you stuffed arm64 into that string, still would not work, sorry
And if you meant windows arm, I don't think wine can do that
anyway, a miniscule market
#3
(10-11-2020, 07:40 PM)wdt Wrote: Err, if you click in pacmac, it will show build files

arch=(x86_64)

Even if you stuffed arm64 into that string, still would not work, sorry
And if you meant windows arm, I don't think wine can do that
anyway, a miniscule market

Thank you wdt.

i want to run a Windows program on my Pinebook pro. Is there another way?
#4
I saw a youtube video, someone used qemu to install a winpe (windows pre-install environment)
It took quite a while, ??,,, 2 minutes?? for desktop to show
So, find something else that does same thing?? or "eats" same data files?
(that is an arm native)
Now if it a dos program, box86 is progressing quite well, when "done" it will be exceptional
Sebastion has been working on it for a few years now, maybe 90-95% "done"
since the goal is game play, video drivers are a BIG factor
#5
Hangover (Wine for Arm64 and Power) got a new Alpha release: https://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?page=n...er-Alpha-2


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