[pkg-wine-party] Bug#537494: Bug#537494: Bug#537494: [wine] Can't install wine

Ove Kaaven ovek at arcticnet.no
Tue Jul 28 18:35:36 UTC 2009

ASD Consultoria skrev:
> Em Tue, 28 Jul 2009 13:38:09 +0200
> Ove Kaaven <ovek at arcticnet.no> escreveu:
>> Well, obviously you're *not* using the old ia32-libs package. You can
>> only install those directly (i.e., without ia32-apt-get) if you do
>> have the old ia32-libs package installed (and perhaps pinned).
> So... There aren't no workaround to install wine in my system, isn't it?

Well, you *could* install the old ia32-libs. You'd just need to
downgrade some stuff to Debian testing or something.

If you'd rather not, you'd need to use ia32-apt-get to install ia32-wine
(or ia32-wine-unstable, if you want to use the current packages in my
people.debian.org repo).

Or maybe set up a 32-bit chroot by using the schroot package, or
whatever. But while some grumpy old men within Debian currently advocate
stuff like schroot as the "best way" to run 32-bit software "if you have
to", I don't like that idea much myself, but as a last resort, maybe
it'll work.

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