[Wine] Distribution for Cutting Edge Wine Testing

Dmitryi & Elf sidhechapel at prodigy.net.mx
Tue Jun 3 17:15:29 CDT 2008

On Tue, 03 Jun 2008 17:07:46 -0500, Zac Brown <zac at zacbrown.org> wrote:

So Debian/testing would be fine? Stable (Etch) still has the 0.9.25  

> Debian would be fine, as would Ubuntu. I do most of my work on Ubuntu  
> machines. I'm sure others are using different options.
> The one perk I can think of for Ubuntu (and somewhat Debian) is Dan  
> Kegel's script for installing all the packages needed to build wine. Its  
> not much work to do it yourself, but I'm lazy. You can find those at...
> http://kegel.com/wine/dapper.sh (for dapper) or  
> http://kegel.com/wine/hardy.sh (and so on).
> -Zac
> Dmitryi & Elf wrote:
>> Hello, what is the recommended distribution for the latest development  
>> snapshot/unstable release/RC?
>>  Would Debian unstable (Lenny/Sid) do?

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