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An MS Windows Emulator

An MS Windows emulator, consisting of both runtime and source
compatibility functions. You can run your MS executables with it and
write your Windows programs under Linux and link against the WINE
libraries.

It is not necessary to have a Windows installation to run WINE.

Refer to /usr/share/doc/packages/wine/README.SuSE. There is more
documentation available in that directory. Read 'man wine' for further
information.

You can invoke wine by entering 'wine program.exe'. Configure it by
running 'winecfg'.

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Filename Size Changed
README.SUSE 0000001777 1.74 KB over 7 years
_multibuild 0000000135 135 Bytes over 2 years
_service 0000000529 529 Bytes 10 days
baselibs.conf 0000000703 703 Bytes over 1 year
ubuntuwine.tar.bz2 0000026725 26.1 KB about 8 years
wine-6.19.tar.xz 0024894356 23.7 MB 10 days
wine-6.19.tar.xz.sign 0000000833 833 Bytes 10 days
wine-d3d9-patches-4.1.tar.xz 0000042284 41.3 KB over 2 years
wine-msi.desktop 0000000201 201 Bytes about 8 years
wine-rpmlintrc 0000000214 214 Bytes about 1 year
wine-staging-6.19.tar.xz 0007352376 7.01 MB 10 days
wine.changes 0000216123 211 KB 10 days
wine.desktop 0000002777 2.71 KB almost 11 years
wine.keyring 0000003175 3.1 KB over 5 years
wine.spec 0000015350 15 KB 10 days
wisotool 0000317786 310 KB almost 11 years
Comments for wine 2

Ilgaz Öcal's avatar

ilgazcl wrote 10 months ago

There seems to be a problem with mouse interaction on fullscreen applications. Mouse clicks doesn't register. 6.0.rc4.


smo's avatar

smo wrote 9 months ago

Today the installation of the package wine-staging-32bit-6.0-1.1.x86_64 failed on my Tumbleweed box, because ESET NOD32 Antivirus found Win32/GenKryptik.EZYZ in /usr/lib/wine/iexplore.exe and deleted this file immediately during the install process. Here's the Log entry from ESET Antivirus:

20.01.2021 23:36:16 Preload access protection file /usr/lib/wine/iexplore.exe;6008b055 a variant of Win32/GenKryptik.EZYZ trojan cleaned by deleting root Event occurred on a new file created by the application: /usr/bin/rpm (23AEABA96B5B38B917711758FE1653F165B38CF2).

This is the first time, that the ESET Antivirus stepped in during an installtion of updates. In the past I could only trigger ESET Antivirus by downloading the eicar Test Virus. So, is this a false positive?

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