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Old 09-21-2008, 06:11 PM   #1
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LXer: How-To: Install Wine 1.1.5 in Ubuntu 8.04 from the WineHQ APT Repository

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A few days ago I wrote a tutorial showing how to compile Wine 1.1.4 from source in Ubuntu 8.04 and how to install it. In the meantime, version 1.1.5 was released on September 19, and since the compile from source and install procedure has not changed, I will explain here how to install the last Wine release using the official WineHQ APT repository. What follows are a few easy to do steps for getting the last Wine release up and running on your Ubuntu Hardy system:



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