[Wine] Wine installer for Ubuntu (possibly other distros) Linux
starwarsfreak000 at gmail.com
Fri Jul 26 08:03:12 CDT 2013
I'm not surprised :) I haven't found one for Ubuntu yet, but I'm definitely
not saying that there isn't. For those who are used to Windows though,
this kind of "next-next-next-install-finish" installer could be more
comfortable for them. Source package managers likely probably don't have
the newest version in their repos, or, you have to download the newest
package yourself (which you don't have to do for this script, it does that
automatically), or I could be totally wrong about that assumption since
I've never actually used a source package manager before. I just released
this script in the hope that someone would find it helpful, because back in
the days when I knew no commandline and couldn't figure out how to install
wine from source, this would have been very helpful and easy.
On Fri, Jul 26, 2013 at 8:46 AM, Mihamina Rakotomandimby <mihamina at rktmb.org
> On 2013-07-26 15:40, Seth Jenkins wrote:
>> Package managers don't install from source, (actually, I'm not sure if
>> is always true, there's some option to compile the source once you
>> the package at least in Ubuntu, but I never do it that way, nor figured
>> how it works) and while I'm not entirely sure what you mean by custom, I
>> use the make install straight from the wineinstall script included with
>> every source package.
> You have many kind of package managers.
> Some are source package managers, some are binary package managers.
> Some are both.
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