[Wine] using several wine versions from .deb packages?
hoehle at users.sourceforge.net
Mon Mar 19 00:47:01 CDT 2007
Wine documentation says that it can be installed anywhere, locate its
libraries and just run. This is certainly true for self-compiled
sources which could e.g. be run from their compiled location.
I wonder if this is also possible with pre-built Debian/Ubuntu binary
packages. Normally, Debian installs exactly one version of a package
Is there some possibility to use multiple versions concurrently, e.g.
dpkg -i --root=/home/wine9.09 wine0.9.19.deb
dpkg -i --root=/home/wine20050725 wine20050725.deb
or something similar? Does anybody have experience with this?
How to mix/match both a regularly installed wine in /usr and a local
one in /home and be sure /home/wine does not use /usr/wine?
/home/wine9.09/bin/wine foo.exe > log1
/hmoe/wine2005/bin/wine foo.exe > log2
That would be valuable for regression testing.
Thanks for your help,
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