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You must install it fully under WINE in Ubuntu. That means grabbing your DVD or install files, and re-installing it from scratch while in Ubuntu. You cannot run it from your Windows partition. It requires access to registry values and other data in your local settings to even start, which are in the Windows registry. WINE has its own registry and "hard ...
If you want to use different versions of wine, I recommend PlayOnLinux. With this you can, not only install 32 bit and 64 bit wine, but also different versions of wine. Install it with sudo apt-get install playonlinux or use Ubuntu Software Center.
I solved it by following these steps: My 64-bit wine configuration is located under the directory /home/username/.wine/ Add a 32-bit wine configuration: WINEPREFIX='/home/username/.wine32' WINEARCH='win32' wine 'wineboot' Add a alias in ~/.bashrc: alias wine32="WINEPREFIX='/home/username/.wine32'" Now you can use both 32-bit and 64-bit version of ...
Aliases don't work in desktop files (or in scripts in general, unless enabled in the script). You should expand it out: env WINEPREFIX='/home/username/.wine32' wine "C:\\Program Files\\Adobe\\Adobe Photoshop CC 2014 (32 Bit)\\Photoshop.exe" (And perhaps add WINEARCH=win32 to the environment.) In the long run, it's simpler not to use shell-specific ...
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