Is it possible to have Wine use a dual-boot Windows's profile data and vice versa?
Respectively, is it possible for changes made to those files using Windows be used by Wine?
WINE is not a drop-in replacement for Windows.
Why are you skipping the more obvious method: virtualbox/vmware virtualization. Internally that would be 100% identical ...
Is there a way to move or copy this program from my Windows HDD into WINE?
Sure, you can copy the files to your WINE. WINE is a directory in your /home/$USER so you can copy files to that and see them in an explorer in WINE.
Mind though: copying it into WINE does NOT mean you can use that software. That depends on what the software is. Even if you did have ...
I fixed this going in recovery mode and selecting dpkg repair broken packages.
All keys seem to work correctly.
Also had to redo some brightness settings inorder to fix a less brightness issue arised after this.
Editing this file
emacs -nw /etc/default/grub
adding acpi_backlight=video after quiet splash
Each time you are launching a process a timer is launched, you can see it under TIME+ using the top command
So if you want to know how long wine has been launch you can find the wine process on top or using this command ps -aux | grep wine it will be the time after the date
Despite the problem no longer being reproducible, I'd suggest that this is the kind of message you'd get if you were trying to install a package with a massive incompatibility -- for instance, if the version of Wine you were attempting to install needed to uninstall KDE Desktop, you'd get a warning that it was going to uninstall everything that depended on ...
It is a problem in dependencies wine-staging needs
Depends: libfaudio0 but it is not installable
This package is not available in ubuntu. I run in the same error.
you can try the package from this source
sudo dpkg --simulate -i libfaudio0_19.07-0~bionic_amd64.deb
If no error accure remove --simulate from my command
I'm not able to test because of my ...
You have to use iTunes version 12.9.3 and older (32bit). It does not work with newer versions of iTunes (thanks Apple).
I highly recommend using the installation procedure described here.
Works great and there is no need for PlayOnLinux.