Originally Posted by pixellany
Welcome to LQ!!
I had thought that WINE was pre-installed in Ubuntu----regardless, it should be available using the package manager. (Look in your menus for Synaptic, Adept, or anything that talks about installing SW or apps.)
Nope -- I think that was a smart idea to not include it.
@OP:- You can use "sudo apt-get install wine", but this will present you with a pretty old version of wine. You may want a newer version of wine, in which case head on over the their website and download the .deb file and install it that way.