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Vineyard - easy setup Wine, windows programs on Linux, easily

Vineyard - an application that will help efficiently integrate Windows applications run under Wine on a working Linux environment without too much difficulty.

Vineyard is a collection of tools and libraries designed to make managing Windows programs on Linux easier. More specifically, it aims to improve the integration of Wine and the Free Desktop and to make it easier to create programs and tools that integrate with Wine.

Included in the Vineyard project is vineyard-preferences, a configuration utility for the default Wine configuration as well as for separate Wine configurations, similar to the bottles, virtual hard drives or wineprefixes of other utilities. Vineyard-preferences is done in the style of the GNOME preferences tools and aims for the same ease and use.

Also included is nautilus-wine, an extension for GNOMEs default file-manager Nautilus, that enables easy per-executable configuration from the properties window for files.

At the base of Vineyard is the Python package python-wine that enables interfacing with the Wine Registry Database as well as easy control of various Wine functions such as drives, libraries, themes and even programs managing, effectively providing the functionality usually provided by winecfg, regedit, wine uninstall and building on it with integrated separate configuration support, often used registry functions (similar to some of what winetricks provides) and basic AppDB integration.

Vineyard - easy setup Wine, windows programs on Linux, easilyVineyard - easy setup Wine, windows programs on Linux, easily

Vineyard - easy setup Wine, windows programs on Linux, easilyVineyard - easy setup Wine, windows programs on Linux, easily

Vineyard - easy setup Wine, windows programs on Linux, easilyVineyard - easy setup Wine, windows programs on Linux, easily

Installation latest version into Linux Mint:

Single command

sudo sh -c 'add-apt-repository ppa:cybolic/vineyard-testing && apt-get update ; apt-get install vineyard'

If you want, you can install the latest version of Wine

Good Luck!!!

http://vineyardproject.org

 

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Hoek
Hoek 23 March 2016 10:22
I prefer PlayOnLinux but this looks also nice :D
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