Talk:Installing WA on Linux
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This link is dead long ago. Someone needs to update it. (Use the worms2d.info mirror) Explorer09 11:52, 13 October 2009 (UTC)
- Put the ParentArticle template at the top of the page
- The article "Installing WA on Linux, using WINE (Sold Out Software)" should be updated too.
Explorer09 13:16, 14 October 2009 (UTC)
Aptitude in Ubuntu
My Ubuntu 10.10 does not have Aptitude installed by default. It might be just me, but may I mention that apt-get could be substituted for Aptitude?
Wine Debian packages
This guy has been making good Wine Debian packages for a while:
- Added. Let me know if you want it changing, I haven't used Debian in far too long - I expect most Debian users would be able to figure it out from that, though. Muzer 01:08, 16 November 2011 (CET)
My personal recommendations for Wine beginners and advanced users alike is to use PlayOnLinux, but not like you would normally do. Use it like Wine version and prefix ('virtual hard drive') manager. Basically what it allows you is, say, have your Steam installed in prefix with wine 3.3 x32, some other games installed in 2.10 x64, etc.
It also has plenty of useful tools built in, like a shell with all wine environment variables related to your current prefix, quick access to winecfg, wine registry editor, and stuff. --SuperPrower (talk) 07:21, 24 March 2018 (UTC)