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About Wine

If you are not familiar with Wine (or maybe even if you are), you may find the article Understanding Wine helpful. A more complete reference is the WineHQ Wine User's Guide.New Window Icon Also see the Wine List of Commands.New Window Icon

Introduction

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Start here: Add repository and install Wine

Begin by opening a Terminal window and adding the repository.

$ sudo dnf config-manager --add-repo https://dl.winehq.org/wine-builds/fedora/29/winehq.repo

The next command will install the current stable version of Wine. However, some Windows applications may work better with a more recent development version. If you need or prefer the most recent development version, replace winehq-stable with winehq-devel.

Now, install Wine-Stable.

$ sudo dnf install winehq-stable

Verify the installation succeeded.

$ wine --version

Next …

Now that Wine is installed, take a look at the article Using Wine for information on installing Windows applications.

There is also an article CSS HTML Validator installation with Wine which contains specific instructions for installing and configuring CSS HTML Validator.


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