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RE[3]: At last...
by toast88 on Wed 18th Jul 2012 15:36 UTC in reply to "RE[2]: At last..."
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The thing is that while wine is a good solution for playing windows games on x86/x86_64 linux. It is not useful for other architectures.

Yes, it is. wine is easily cross-installable if you have Debian Wheezy or newer:

dpkg --add-architecture i386
apt-get update
apt-get install wine:i386 wine-bin:i386 qemu-user-static

That's all you need to be able to use wine on *ANY* architecture you want. Unless your host CPU is not too slow, you won't notice any difference running wine on a native i386/x86_64 machine.


Edited 2012-07-18 15:39 UTC

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