[FAQ] Can we bundle everthing together?
Dimitrie O. Paun
dpaun at rogers.com
Thu Feb 24 00:50:58 CST 2005
Can we bundle everthing together?
Suggested by Graham Toal <gtoal at gtoal.com>.
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+ <question id="Can-I-bundle-everything-in-one-huge-executable">
+ Is there a way to bind the Wine code, a Windows .exe, associated DLLs,
+ and any necessary accompanying files into a single Linux executable which
+ can execute as if it were a native linux binary (ie without also having
+ Wine pre-installed)?
+ No. However, if you don't want Wine as a dependency, you can bundle your
+ private version of Wine into your package (.rpm/.deb). Wine has good
+ support for such a setup via the WINEPREFIX environment variable.
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