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My ubuntu version: 12.04. I have downloaded a software to work on wine. So, i configured wine by installing dotnet20 and mdac28 etc. At last i could run the program. It needs an active Internet connection. But, the problem was - some of the items in the window were not there. Instead of them, it showed some overlapped letters. Then, i heard about crossover. So i installed it. I could run the same software successfully without any border problem or overlapping letters. But, crossover shows that it has only 15 days remaining. I am not interested in buying crossover full version. Instead, can i configure wine perfectly for working the software? Or are there any free crossover versions?

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There is a linux version for crossover too. You might wanna get that instead.

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Is it free? Please provide enough information and if possible, a link to the site where to download such excellent option. Many of us are interested for sure. Thanks in advance. – Geppettvs D'Constanzo Mar 28 '13 at 0:36

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