On Tue, Mar 22, 2016 at 08:45:07PM +0100, Tomas Chvatal wrote:
Robby Engelmann píše v Út 22. 03. 2016 v 20:34 +0100:
I am wondering why wine-32bit is installed on a 64-bit system by
"zypper in wine"? Does anybody know that? It pulls in a lot of 32-
Windows still base itself on 32bit apps. I suppose wine still is by
default win32 "emulator" and thus by default you get the 32bit version.
well, not exactly.
Windows applications can be either 32bit or 64bit. A large set is still
So wine comes in two packages.
wine for 64bit applications
wine-32bit for 32bit applications.
wine-32bit could be left out, but a large number of windows apps would not run.
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