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Wine Binary Packages
See the installation and configuration how-to for post-installation instructions.
|WineHQ Binary Packages|
|These packages are built and supported by WineHQ. |
Please report any problems with them in WineHQ's bugzilla.
|Ubuntu - WineHQ binary packages for Ubuntu 14.04, 16.04, 16.10, 17.04, and 17.10
Debian - WineHQ binary packages for Debian Wheezy, Jessie, Stretch, Buster, and Sid
|Distro Binary Packages|
|These packages are built and supported by the distros.|
Please report any problems with them to the package maintainer.
|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:|
|Slackware - binary txz (Slackware 14.2), and tgz (for older versions)||Maintainer:|
|FreeBSD - source for FreeBSD 5.3 or later||Maintainer:|
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.
See Building Wine for help on configuring and building Wine.