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I would recommend PlayOnLinux as a front end for Wine. To install PlayOnLinux run the following commands from a terminal window: sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install playonlinux Note, PlayOnLinux installs Wine if it is not installed. After it is installed and you run it for the first time, you will see an application that looks like this: Click ...


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wineserver is a component of wine. It shouldn't be present in a default clean Ubuntu installation. Someone either manually installed it or it was installed as a dependency of another package. Please try the following: Where is wineserver? Use which to find out: $ which wineserver /usr/bin/wineserver winserver's full path is /usr/bin/wineserver. What ...


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PlayOnLinux can handle installation settings for you. Download install files from here and install it. When you run it, you can select "Install" and there is an option to install Office. It will guide you to install Office using the executable setup file and take care of many settings for you that you would otherwise have to do manually with wine alone. ...


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Thanks Hi-Angel. The issue here was indeed a package version conflict situation. It turns out that I backported that 3.8.4 sqlite3 package from (then) Debian Testing about 2y ago, and then completely forgot about it. Evidently. I didn't use a PPA, so got only the 64-bit packages. I solved the issue by grabbing an even more recent 3.8 version (3.8.11) from ...



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