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Those packages are available in the repositories, though in newer versions sudo apt install libgnutls-dev libgnutls-dev:i386 Will install the packages you need.


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Please ignore my other post I inadvertently ignored the first rule of fault finding, only change one thing at a time. Ubuntu 14.04 wine 1.8 sketchup 2016. Shortcuts called by keyboard strokes stop working reliably when the default tray in sketchup is brought up with the instructor enabled. The workaround is to disable the instructor in the tray selector menu....


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Linux cannot run Win32 apps natively. You have four options: Try it in WINE Try it in PlayOnLinux Run it in a VM. Dual boot with Windows (Cost of $115) I recommend the WINE method. According to the official DB, it gets a very good compatibility rating.


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After hours of struggle I solved it. I had to remove the dependencies via dpkg -r The full set of actions were: sudo dpkg -r libwine:i386 sudo dpkg -r wine1.6-i386 sudo dpkg -r kali-linux-full sudo dpkg -r regripper sudo dpkg -r sqldict sudo dpkg -r ollydbg sudo dpkg -r wine After that, everything went back to normal. Hope this helps someone helps ...


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Use aptitude. sudo aptitude install wine winetricks It is a bit more verbose and will try and try and try.


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Do this. It configures a new wine 32bit prefix and installs it. env WINEARCH=win32 WINEPREFIX=~/.wine32 winetricks dotnet45


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You have two problems: /etc/dpkg/dpkg.cfg.d/multiarch file is being opened by the shell as unprivileged user before the echo command runs, hence the permission error as only root should be able to create the file or write in it. The sudo is only being applied to echo command. The string foreign-i386 architecture is not correct for enabling multiarch ...


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I had the same trouble, only with the gtk version. Turns out that in some repos (I tried Lubuntu and Synaptic), only the GUI front-end is available, without the actual subprograms, i.e., mp3gain, vorbisgain and aacgain. Going to the mp3gain site, as you found out, is useless since you'll only find Windows binaries. From another post link, it was apparent ...


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The error is due to conflict between 32 bit and 64 bit packages Press Ctrl + Alt + T Terminal opens Type sudo apt-get remove --purge wine* sudo dpkg --configure -a sudo -f install sudo autoremove sudo autoclean sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get upgrade sudo apt-get install winehq apt -f install


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Easiest way is dd from terminal sudo dd if=location of Windows image of=/dev/sd# Replace # with your usb drive letter, do not enter the partition number, then press enter. MAKE SURE to unmount the usb prior to running dd. When it runs it will look like nothings happening, when it completes it will output how much data was written. Reboot and boot from the ...


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command line: wine /dir/to/application.exe There is also a menu entry in Nautilus called "open with wine windows program loader" An MSI installer is done with wine msiexec /i /dir/to/installer.msi Do not forget to install winetricks and if you want games playonlinux. And to configure wine: hit super and search for wine. Mileage may vary per exe file ...


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Click on the exe file and Wine should open it automatically. If it doesn't,then right-click on exe file and choose 'Open with Wine'.


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Install WMP10 in a separate 32-bit prefix: cd ~/ && wget -q https://github.com/Winetricks/winetricks/raw/master/src/winetricks -O /home/$USER/winetricks && WINEPREFIX="/home/$USER/.wine32" WINEARCH=win32 wineboot && sh ~/winetricks -q wmp10


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I am using wine 1.8 ubuntu 14.04 and sketchup 2016 64bit. I had loads of trouble getting keyboard input to work properly for shortcuts. I had to hit a key multiple times or hold it down so it repeats. I changed the windows version to 10 in wine configure for sketchup and it now works as it should.


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No Solidworks love for Ubuntu (or for linux, in general). Maybe try Freecad or BRL-CAD, but don't expect commercial-grade results. Siemens NX runs in some linuxes.


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You would likely have less problems with viruses if running Photoshop within wine for a few reasons. A virus might not behave like it would on a real operating system and therefore would do nothing to your wine environment. Your wine environment is easier to backup/restore/recreate compared to reinstalling/restoring Windows OS. Your program running on wine ...


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I cannot find any details on the software on the Wine AppDB. However, it is quite likely that this software does not correctly function under Wine, and relies on (like many proprietary software pieces) a full Windows installation, and not just an emulation layer, to make it work with all the functions. You state that it crashes when you try and use some of ...


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To fix this open Terminal using (Ctrl+Alt+T) and type the below: sudo apt-get install msttcorefonts Reopen Photoshop and it should work. This basically installs the Standard Microsoft Fonts onto your computer and configures them in wine.


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You can background the process by appending a & at the end e.g.: ./forge.x86_64 & You can do the same for other processes too. To view the list of currently backgrounded jobs, check the output of jobs command. The jobs will be shown with a job ID on the left, which can be used to get the job in the foreground again by fg %<Job_ID> e.g.: ...


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Try upgrading your winetricks or try under the latest development version, e.g. curl -o winetricks https://raw.githubusercontent.com/Winetricks/winetricks/master/src/winetricks sh winetricks winhttp or one of the following one-liners: curl -s https://raw.githubusercontent.com/Winetricks/winetricks/master/src/winetricks | sh -s winhttp or: sh -s ...


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If you got 404 from downloading files from winetricks, you should upgrade it first. If upgrade won't help, try to use the development version by running these commands in some dir: curl -o winetricks https://raw.githubusercontent.com/Winetricks/winetricks/master/src/winetricks sh winetricks vcrun2008 winhttp wininet


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There seem to be several options to resolve this problem. But first, some education. The error is to alert the user (obviously) that there is a mismatch in downloaded dependencies (depending on your system) for i386 or x86. for 15.04 and later: sudo apt-get upgrade seems to be the key to fixing the problem. for 14.04 and earlier: sudo apt-get update wine-...


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Taken from Ubuntu Forums - Unable to remove bad package installed from .deb: Let's modify the post to match your package: Can you print the output of cat /var/lib/dpkg/status | grep wine? dpkg -P wine If this does not work: dpkg -L wine. This will list the files that wine uses. Navigate to: /var/lib/dpkg/info. Delete the file: wine.postrm, possibly wine-...


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Yes. Sometimes... You can check the AppDB to see if your program is supported - for example, Euro Truck Simulator is rated Platinum (works great), while version 2 is rated Gold (may need some fixes). Also, in Wine Configuration it is possible to select which Windows version to act as: But I think this does not make that much difference unless a program ...


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Please feel free to ignore this answer because it is not what you want to hear- but it is worth having a go with Gimp or Gimpshop. I used to use Photoshop but I now find Gimp equally good and it will work without wine.


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The mentioned error has nothing to do with firewall. I have faced with it both in Ubuntu and Windows. Based on my experience (3 installation), the only way to get rid of this error is to just cancel installation and starting it again and again. To be more in safe margin, configure wine for Windows XP compatibility. Best of luck


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On my 14.04 wine and playonlinux are respectively in the "universe" and "multiverse" repositories. Check that you have these enabled in your software sources.


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Right click filetype in question (e.g. txt), and do Open With > Other Application... Click in the Enter a custom command field below the usual list of applications. Enter: wine C:\\windows\\command\\start.exe /Unix /home/linuxusername/.wine/dosdevices/c:/users/Public/Desktop/Notepad++.lnk ...Now click button Set as default. Alternatively instead of ...


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Use playonlinux. If you already have wine installed, just run: sudo apt-get install playonlinux Then run PlayOnLinux and click the Install button. You'll find various versions of Internet Explorer under the Internet tab. Select the version you want, and click Install. Make sure you have the installation file for the same IE version as you have selected ...



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