Sunday, May 25th 2008

Wine 1.0 Release Candidate 2 Available for Download

Linux and Unix owners already know and love Wine. No, silly, not the red/white alcoholic beverage, the program. Wine, which has been in development for some time, is a program that allows Linux and Unix users to run Windows applications in a Linux/Unix environment. Wine is getting ever closer to a final version, and this Release Candidate 2 shows this in the list of changes. All that the authors changed from RC1 to RC2 is a list of bugfixes, which can be found here. If you'd like to download the latest version of this revolutionary program, you can check it out here.Source: Nordic Hardware
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2 Comments on Wine 1.0 Release Candidate 2 Available for Download

hope this will finally let me use my steam on my linux :D
ive read of many people getting it to work but it just doesnt properly on my distro
*kix fedora*
i read in the changelog that they fixed a steam bug where steam halts at 26% or somthing during an update :D w00t.
also, i had nfi that they were imporiving support for supreme commander, when i read that i was stoked :D
i'll have to fiddle around with a few different distros and the newest wine, once it gets compatable enough im probably going to stick with linux for a long time :toast:
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