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'''Translations of this page:'''  {{flag|China}}[[Download_zhcn|简体中文]]
 
=== Supported Wine ===
 
=== Supported Wine ===
[[File:Crossover_swoosh.png|70px|frameless|left]] [https://www.codeweavers.com/products CrossOver] is a polished version of Wine provided by [https://www.codeweavers.com/ CodeWeavers]. CrossOver makes it easier to use Wine and CodeWeavers provides excellent technical support to its users. All purchases of CrossOver are used to directly fund the developers working on Wine. So CrossOver is both a great way to get support in using Wine and to support the Wine Project.
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CodeWeavers provides fully functional [https://www.codeweavers.com/products trial versions of CrossOver].
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|style="width:15%"|[[File:Crossover_swoosh.png|center|100px|link=https://www.codeweavers.com/products]]  
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|[https://www.codeweavers.com/products '''CrossOver'''] is a polished version of Wine provided by [https://www.codeweavers.com/ '''CodeWeavers''']. CrossOver makes it easier to use Wine and CodeWeavers provides excellent technical support to its users. All purchases of CrossOver are used to directly fund the developers working on Wine. So CrossOver is both a great way to get support in using Wine and to support the Wine Project.
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CodeWeavers provides fully functional [https://www.codeweavers.com/products '''trial versions of CrossOver'''].
 
<br><small>This endorsement is the primary recognition that CodeWeavers has requested in exchange for hosting the Wine web site.</small>
 
<br><small>This endorsement is the primary recognition that CodeWeavers has requested in exchange for hosting the Wine web site.</small>
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=== Wine Binary Packages ===
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<span class="plainlinks">'''[https://www.winehq.org/news/ Release announcements]'''</span>
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'''[[HowTo|Installation and configuration how-to]]'''
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|colspan="3" style="text-align:center; color:white; background-color:#732010;"|WineHQ Binary Packages
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|colspan="3" style="text-align:center;"|These packages are built and supported by WineHQ. <br>
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Please report any problems with them in [https://bugs.winehq.org WineHQ's bugzilla].
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|rowspan="2" style="width:15%;"|[[File:WINE-logo.png|120px|center]]
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|<span class="plainlinks">[https://dl.winehq.org/wine-builds/android/ '''Android''']</span> - WineHQ binary packages for Android<br>
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|style="width: 20%;"|<small>'''Maintainer:''' <span class="plainlinks">[mailto:julliard@winehq.org Alexandre Julliard]</span></small>
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|'''[[Ubuntu]]''' - WineHQ binary packages for Ubuntu 16.04, 18.04, 19.04, and 19.10<br>
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'''[[Debian]]''' - WineHQ binary packages for Debian Stretch, Buster, and Bullseye<br>
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'''[[Fedora]]''' - WineHQ binary packages for Fedora 30<br>
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|style="width: 20%;"|<span class="plainlinks"><small>'''Maintainers:''' [mailto:dimesio@earthlink.net Rosanne DiMesio],
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::[mailto:meissner@suse.de Marcus Meissner]</small></span>
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|'''[[macOS]]''' - WineHQ binary packages for macOS 10.8 through 10.14<br>
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|style="width: 20%;"|<span class="plainlinks"><small>'''Maintainer:''' [mailto:michael@fds-team.de Michael Müller]</small></span>
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|colspan="3" style="text-align:center; color:white; background-color:#732010;"|Distro Binary Packages
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|colspan="3" style="text-align:center;"|These packages are built and supported by the distros.<br>
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|style="width: 15%;"|[[File:suse.png|center|link=http://en.opensuse.org/Wine#Repositories]]
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|[https://en.opensuse.org/Wine#Repositories '''SUSE'''] - release binary and source .rpms and daily snapshot RPMs for all openSUSE versions (11.4 up to Leap 42.3 and Tumbleweed) and SUSE Linux Enterprise 11 and 12
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|style="width: 20%;"|<small>'''Maintainer:''' <span class ="plainlinks">[mailto:meissner@suse.de Marcus Meissner]</span></small>
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|style="width: 15%;"|[[File:Slackware_logo.png|center|link=http://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=6241&package_id=6301]]
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|[http://sourceforge.net/projects/wine/files/Slackware%20Packages/ '''Slackware'''] - binary txz (Slackware 14.2), and tgz (for older versions)
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|style="width: 20%;"|<small>'''Maintainer:''' <span class ="plainlinks">[mailto:studiosg@giustetti.net Simone Giustetti]</span></small>
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|style="width: 15%;"|[[File:freebsd_logo.png|center|link=http://www.freshports.org/emulators/wine/]]
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|[http://www.freshports.org/emulators/wine/ '''FreeBSD'''] - source for FreeBSD 5.3 or later
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|style="width: 20%;"|<small>'''Maintainer:''' <span class ="plainlinks">[mailto:gerald@pfeifer.com Gerald Pfeifer]</span></small>
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=== 3rd Party Tools ===
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Sometimes a customization of Wine can cause an application to work, but this change cannot be incorporated into Wine for some reason. To help overcome current deficiencies in Wine, various third party applications for end users have been made over the years. These applications are entirely unsupported by the Wine developers, however you may find them useful. For more information, see our wiki page on [[Third Party Applications]].
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=== Wine Source Downloads ===
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[https://dl.winehq.org/wine/source/ '''WineHQ download server'''] - our official source release site.
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'''[[GitWine|Git]]''' - instructions for building Wine from git.
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[http://mirrors.ibiblio.org/wine/source/ '''ibiblio.org'''] - alternative download site for the official source and documentation tarballs.
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{{info}} See [[Building Wine]] for help on configuring and building Wine.
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[https://github.com/wine-staging/wine-staging '''Wine-staging GitHub repository''']

Latest revision as of 21:05, 24 November 2019

Translations of this page: Flag of the People's Republic of China.svg简体中文

Supported Wine

Crossover swoosh.png
CrossOver is a polished version of Wine provided by CodeWeavers. CrossOver makes it easier to use Wine and CodeWeavers provides excellent technical support to its users. All purchases of CrossOver are used to directly fund the developers working on Wine. So CrossOver is both a great way to get support in using Wine and to support the Wine Project.

CodeWeavers provides fully functional trial versions of CrossOver.
This endorsement is the primary recognition that CodeWeavers has requested in exchange for hosting the Wine web site.

Wine Binary Packages

Release announcements

Installation and configuration how-to

WineHQ Binary Packages
These packages are built and supported by WineHQ.

Please report any problems with them in WineHQ's bugzilla.

WINE-logo.png
Android - WineHQ binary packages for Android
Maintainer: Alexandre Julliard
Ubuntu - WineHQ binary packages for Ubuntu 16.04, 18.04, 19.04, and 19.10

Debian - WineHQ binary packages for Debian Stretch, Buster, and Bullseye
Fedora - WineHQ binary packages for Fedora 30

Maintainers: Rosanne DiMesio,
Marcus Meissner
macOS - WineHQ binary packages for macOS 10.8 through 10.14
Maintainer: Michael Müller
Distro Binary Packages
These packages are built and supported by the distros.

Please report any problems with them to the package maintainer.

Suse.png
SUSE - release binary and source .rpms and daily snapshot RPMs for all openSUSE versions (11.4 up to Leap 42.3 and Tumbleweed) and SUSE Linux Enterprise 11 and 12 Maintainer: Marcus Meissner
Slackware logo.png
Slackware - binary txz (Slackware 14.2), and tgz (for older versions) Maintainer: Simone Giustetti
Freebsd logo.png
FreeBSD - source for FreeBSD 5.3 or later Maintainer: Gerald Pfeifer

3rd Party Tools

Sometimes a customization of Wine can cause an application to work, but this change cannot be incorporated into Wine for some reason. To help overcome current deficiencies in Wine, various third party applications for end users have been made over the years. These applications are entirely unsupported by the Wine developers, however you may find them useful. For more information, see our wiki page on Third Party Applications.

Wine Source Downloads

WineHQ download server - our official source release site.

Git - instructions for building Wine from git.

ibiblio.org - alternative download site for the official source and documentation tarballs.

Tango-style info icon.svg See Building Wine for help on configuring and building Wine.

Wine-staging GitHub repository