Posts Tagged ‘Wine’

I just bought Deus Ex: Human Revolution, and if you did too, or are contemplating it, don’t let the bad rating on WineHQ scare you off – it runs near perfectly. Now, the in-game tutorials are a bit wonky, but if you can live without those (I know I didn’t have much of a problem […]

This is just a quick post to tell you all that I’ve updated wine-preferences in my PPA. There are lots of new goodies and a nice graphical overhaul. More details later, now for the eating! Remember, you can install all the Vineyard packages (wine-preferences, nautilus-wine and python-wine) by running the following commands: sudo add-apt-repository ppa:cybolic/ppa […]

Okay, this is actually fairly exciting… I’ve packaged and uploaded nautilus-wine and wine-preferences to my PPA, so now you can install both the Nautilus Wine properties page I showed two posts ago, and my fancy “new” (it’s been in ubuntu-wine’s bzr forever) graphical configuration tool for Wine directly from your package manager (if you’re running […]

So, after having build a debian package of python-wine, I thought it would be an easy thing to set up a PPA and start actually distributing my work on the Wine/Gnome integration… Well, turns out it was a bit trickier than I thought and I consequently had to rebuild the python-wine package from scratch, but […]

As very few people apart from Scott Ritchie probably know, I’ve been working on integrating Wine more closely with Gnome for a few months now, and though I’ve had a break from the development for some time, I managed to finally create a little more for the project today. More specifically, I made the first […]