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Is it possible to have Wine use a dual-boot Windows's profile data and vice versa? No. Respectively, is it possible for changes made to those files using Windows be used by Wine? No. 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 ...


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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 ...


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I fixed this going in recovery mode and selecting dpkg repair broken packages. 1234567890 !@#$%^&*() 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 ...


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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


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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 ...


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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 ...


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Do not use adobe reader. It uses a lot of system resources. There are plenty of alternatives in Ubuntu. Foxit reader, PDFTK.


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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.


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