Wine is an open source, free and easy-to-use program that enables Linux users to run some Windows based applications on Unix-like operating systems. Wine is a compatibility layer for installing almost all versions of Windows programs. Read also: This article describes a few easy steps to install Wine 3.0 under Debian 9-8, Ubuntu 17.04, 16.10-16.04 and Linux Mint 18-17 systems and also we will see how to configure wine, install windows software’s and Un-install. You can find out all the new features and change log of this new release at project page. Installation of Wine 3.0 on Ubuntu, Linux Mint and Debian If you looking to have a most recent version of Wine 3.0 stable series, you have to use a new Wine repository PPA which offers both development versions and stable versions of Wine for Debian, Ubuntu and Linux Mint. Adding CD-ROM Drive in Wine This is very useful for installing games and applications using cdrom with wine under your Ubuntu box. Install Windows Software’s Using Winetricks Winetricks is a small helper script for downloading and installing windows based software’s and missing DDL files that needed to run some programs under wine.
To download and install software programs, run the ‘ winetricks‘ utility from the terminal. Please note that the winetricks current prefix is user’s home directory (i.e. So, whatever you install it goes under this directory. $ winetricks While running ‘ winetricks‘ you might get following error message: /usr/bin/winetricks: 2201: /usr/bin/winetricks: cannot create /tmp/earlywine.err.txt: Permission denied - wine cmd.exe /c echo '%ProgramFiles%' returned empty string, error message 'wine: /home/tecmint/.wine is not owned by you' To fix such permission error run the following command and replace the username with your own user. # sudo chown -R username:username /tmp/earlywine.err.txt $ winetricks. Starting Programs with Wine You can also start the program by specifying full path of the program like.
Vim (Vi Improved) text editor has reached the 8.0 release, the first major Vim release in ten years. Here’s how to install it in Ubuntu 16.04, Ubuntu 14.04 via PPA. Vim 8.0 brings some interesting new features, many small improvements and lots of bug fixes. Vim comes pre-installed on my NAS (running Debian), however the GUI is not. Install Gvim after vim. @Jeff Not really; I'd install -gtk if you don't have (and.
$ sudo wine 'C: Program Files Internet Explorer iexplore' As I said above that not all programs will work with wine. So, I recommend you to check out the before installing any software through wine. Uninstalling Windows Software using Winetricks If you want to uninstall the Internet Explorer with winetricks just type the following command it will completely delete the program. You also directly delete the program directory from the.wine directory like shown below. $ sudo rm -rf.wine/drivec/Programe Files/Internet Explorer/ Uninstalling Wine and Winetricks If you not happy with wine program, you can remove it completely by using the following command. $ sudo apt purge winehq-stable You can also download Wine 3.0 source package for other Linux distributions from the page.
In order to get extra functionality, more packages should be installed. The ‘ configure‘ order retrieve the information needed.
It’s been 10 years since Vim 7 was released. There have been a few more releases in between but after 10 long years, we have the major bump in the release. Before we go on to see the Vim 8 features and its installation instructions, let’s have a few words about Vim. Is considered as one of the.
It is a highly configurable command line text editor that could be your best friend when you go all command line. It provides syntax highlighting for a number of programming language, has an extensive range of plugins and supports a wide range of file formats. An interesting fact here, Vim is older than Linux.
The work on Vim was started in the year 1988. Vim is actually based on another command line text editor, (which itself is based on, the first text editor for Unix).
Vim was launched as “Vi IMitation” but later the acronym was changed to “Vi IMproved”. New features in Vim 8.0 Some of the main features in Vim 8.0 are:. Support for asynchronous I/O, channels, JSON. Jobs.
Lambdas and Closures. Partials. Timers (asynchronous). Packages. New style testing.
Driver vga asus x451c windows 7 32bit. Viminfo merged by timestamp. Support for GTK+ 3. DirectX support for Microsoft users You can read the entire changelog. Installing Vim 8.0 on Ubuntu 16.04 and Linux Mint 18 Since Vim 8.0 has been released only yesterday, it will take some time before it reaches you. The good news for Ubuntu users is that they have an that they can use to easily install Vim 8.0. All you have to do is to use the following commands in a terminal: sudo add-apt-repository ppa:jonathonf/vim sudo apt update sudo apt install vim That’s all.
If you want to uninstall it, use the commands below: sudo apt remove vim sudo add-apt-repository -remove ppa:jonathonf/vim Download Vim 8.0 For other Linux distributions, wait till your distribution provides it in the official repository or download the source code and build it on you own. You can download Vim 8.0 from the GitHub repository: Already installed Vim 8.0? How is your experience with it? Which Vim 8.0 feature you like the most? Do share your views.