[Wine] Re: How can I install Wine on a computer without internet access

dimesio wineforum-user at winehq.org
Mon May 24 08:33:30 CDT 2010

desconocido wrote:
> Hmm, this could go on for ever, especially as there is a two day turn round time getting a new library onto the non-internet computer.
> Is there a version of Wine that works out of the box with with a non-upgraded install of Ubuntu Karmic 9.10 desktop?

You could try the version that ships with Karmic, which I believe is 1.0.1. But I wouldn't count on it--Wine has a lot of dependencies, and I doubt they would all be included on an install cd. Most distro installers assume internet access. (I don't use Ubuntu, so I don't know for sure.)

You might have better luck with openSUSE, which installs from a dvd that includes all the packages in their OSS and non-OSS repositories. 

Otherwise, as you've already been told, you need to download all the dependencies, too, and install them first.

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