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Programs

These sub-programs are usually accessible by running:

  • wine wineprogram arg1 arg2 ...

at the shell. For example:

  • wine winecfg

For Wine 1.1.15 and before, executable wrappers were provided for some of these programs, but as this messed up out-of-tree builds, the wrappers were removed from Wine 1.1.16. These wrappers allowed you to type just:

  • winecfg

at the shell (as long as Wine is installed in the user's $PATH).

A complete list of these programs can be found in Wine's source, under programs/.

  • cacls - edit ACLs

  • clock - displays a rudimentary clock

  • cmd - Command prompt implementation

  • cmdlgtst - (for developers) commdlg.dll test jig

  • control - Control Panel implementation

  • eject - ejects optical discs (note that wine eject is different from the normal eject command)

  • expand - expands cabinet (.cab) files

  • explorer - explorer.exe implementation

  • hh - HTML help (.chm file) viewer

  • icinfo - shows installed video compressors for Wine

  • iexplore - Internet Explorer implementation

  • lodctr - load performance monitor counters

  • msiexec - msiexec.exe implementation for installing .msi files

  • net - starts and stops services

  • notepad - Notepad, a simple text editor

  • oleview - allows browsing and exploring COM objects as well as configuring DCOM

  • progman - Program Manager implementation

  • reg - console-based registry editor

  • regedit - Registry Editor implementation

  • regsvr32 - register OLE components in the registry

  • rpcss - quasi-implementation of rpcss.exe

  • rundll32 - loads a DLL and runs an entry point with the specified parameters

  • secedit - security configuration edit command

  • services - manages services

  • spoolsv - print wrapper

  • start - starts a program or opens a document in the program normally used for files with that suffix

  • svchost - (internal) host process for services

  • taskmgr - Task Manager implementation

  • uninstaller - basic program uninstaller

  • unlodctr - unload performance monitor counters

  • view - metafile viewer

  • wineboot - "reboots" (restarts) Wine, for when Windows apps call for a real reboot * Needs man page *

  • winebrowser - launches native OS browser or mail client

  • winecfg - GUI configuration tool for Wine

  • wineconsole - displays Windows console

  • winedbg - Wine debugger core

  • winedevice - (internal) manages devices

  • winefile - file explorer implementation

  • winemenubuilder - helps to build Unix menu entries

  • winemine - classic minesweeper game

  • winepath - translates between Windows and Unix paths formats * Needs man page *

  • winetest - all the DLL conformance test programs suitable for unattended testing and report submission

  • winevdm - Wine virtual DOS program

  • winhelp - Help viewer

  • winhlp32 - Help viewer (32-bit)

  • winver - displays an "about Wine" window

  • wordpad - wordpad.exe implementation

  • write - starts wordpad (for Win16 compatibility)

  • xcopy - Wine-compatible xcopy program

Programs not run with wine

These programs are run directly (i.e. not "wine program", just "program"):

  • wineapploader - wrapper script to start a Winelib application once it is installed

  • winelauncher - attempts to intelligently manage the process of launching a program with Wine

  • wineserver - daemon process that provides to Wine roughly the same services that the Windows kernel provides on Windows

Tools

These tools are a collection of scripts and executables to aid development of Wine. They are invoked as a standalone command while in the tools directory (e.g. ~/wine-git/tools/wineinstall).

A complete list of these commands can be found in the source at wine-<version>/tools/


CategoryListofCommands

ListofCommands (last edited 2012-09-22 15:22:57 by KyleAuble)