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How to install wine through .tar.bz2 file?

Postby ANiK3T on Sat Jan 26, 2013 4:43 am

Hi all
im new 2 linuc
i downloaded wine 4m softpedia which is in .tar.bz2 format
how can i install it cause i dont have a permanent internet connection
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Re: How to install wine through .tar.bz2 file?

Postby grimdestripador on Sat Jan 26, 2013 4:45 am

I haven't trusted softpedia yet. Do you? Do you need to install wine this way for a reason?

Does the linux mint comptuer have internnet access at all?
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Re: How to install wine through .tar.bz2 file?

Postby ANiK3T on Sat Jan 26, 2013 10:44 am

grimdestripador wrote:I haven't trusted softpedia yet. Do you? Do you need to install wine this way for a reason?

Does the linux mint comptuer have internnet access at all?


Buddy why dont you just tell me how to install that tar.bz2 file please?
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Re: How to install wine through .tar.bz2 file?

Postby nomko on Sat Jan 26, 2013 10:47 am

ANiK3T wrote:
grimdestripador wrote:I haven't trusted softpedia yet. Do you? Do you need to install wine this way for a reason?

Does the linux mint comptuer have internnet access at all?


Buddy why dont you just tell me how to install that tar.bz2 file please?

First, WINE is available in the standard repo's. Secondly, with an attitude like this, you will never get helped. Nobody here is your buddy and help isn't something you can force from people.

Unzip the tarball and read the README file.
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Re: How to install wine through .tar.bz2 file?

Postby grimdestripador on Sat Jan 26, 2013 6:23 pm

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Re: How to install wine through .tar.bz2 file?

Postby grimdestripador on Sat Jan 26, 2013 6:26 pm

ANiK3T wrote:
Buddy why dont you just tell me how to install that tar.bz2 file please?


Because, Ethically, I don't want to give out instructions which may be harmfull to you, or others who read this posting. Because you didn't ask how to install wine through the repositories, I must ask why the repositories are to be avoided. Downloading software from websites that have addvertisments mascuraded as download buttons isn't a smart choice. Your post would have been better received if 1) Ask how to install wine for specific application you have to use. 2) You need help compiling from source.
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Re: How to install wine through .tar.bz2 file?

Postby jungle_boy on Sat Jan 26, 2013 6:40 pm

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Re: How to install wine through .tar.bz2 file?

Postby ANiK3T on Sun Jan 27, 2013 2:47 am

grimdestripador wrote:
ANiK3T wrote:
Buddy why dont you just tell me how to install that tar.bz2 file please?


Because, Ethically, I don't want to give out instructions which may be harmfull to you, or others who read this posting. Because you didn't ask how to install wine through the repositories, I must ask why the repositories are to be avoided. Downloading software from websites that have addvertisments mascuraded as download buttons isn't a smart choice. Your post would have been better received if 1) Ask how to install wine for specific application you have to use. 2) You need help compiling from source.


then pls tell me how can i install it because i dont have an INTERNET connection
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Re: How to install wine through .tar.bz2 file?

Postby Pierre on Sun Jan 27, 2013 2:57 am

a tar.bz2 file is simply an archive.

extract it ( right click & extract) to somewhere other than your desktop, - say your /home directory
then look for any documentation, that came with it.

anyway - how did you get that file, if you have no Internet with this PC?.
- if you can get a temporary Internet access,- then get it directly from the repository via Synaptic.
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Re: How to install wine through .tar.bz2 file?

Postby nomko on Sun Jan 27, 2013 9:13 am

ANiK3T wrote:then pls tell me how can i install it because i dont have an INTERNET connection


I've told you in the first post:

UNZIP THE FILE AND LOOK FOR A FILE CALLED README

How difficult can this be???

To everybody else, do not respond on this thread any longer. This person looks more like a troll.
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Re: How to install wine through .tar.bz2 file?

Postby ANiK3T on Tue Jan 29, 2013 6:19 am

Pierre wrote:a tar.bz2 file is simply an archive.

extract it ( right click & extract) to somewhere other than your desktop, - say your /home directory
then look for any documentation, that came with it.

anyway - how did you get that file, if you have no Internet with this PC?.
- if you can get a temporary Internet access,- then get it directly from the repository via Synaptic.



how do i use synaptic?
I go through Cyber Cafes and downloaded this stuff.. Sorry for my behaviour cause my english is a bit bad Sorry Extrmely for it!
Buddy pls give me step by step procedure to isntall it through synaptic pls
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Re: How to install wine through .tar.bz2 file?

Postby ANiK3T on Tue Jan 29, 2013 6:22 am

nomko wrote:
ANiK3T wrote:then pls tell me how can i install it because i dont have an INTERNET connection


I've told you in the first post:

UNZIP THE FILE AND LOOK FOR A FILE CALLED README

How difficult can this be???

To everybody else, do not respond on this thread any longer. This person looks more like a troll.
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buddy i read the readme file but i didnt got anything useful
just some commands and strings

sorry man for my behaviour caus my english is a bit bad
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Re: How to install wine through .tar.bz2 file?

Postby nomko on Tue Jan 29, 2013 7:18 am

ANiK3T wrote:buddy i read the readme file but i didnt got anything useful
just some commands and strings
sorry man for my behaviour caus my english is a bit bad


Even when your English is bad, there's no reason to call everybody buddy and make your sentence look like your having an angry mood. Pay attention to your attitude and language, your attitude and language was/is the only reason why i called you a troll!

As i said before, if you're trying to install WINE, you basically don't need any file to download. It is in the standard repository. Just open the Software Centre and search for WINE.

Then, why downloading from softpedia? That site is not really a site to be trusted. And more important, for Linux it is not a trusted or secure download site. WINE can be downloaded from here: http://www.winehq.org/. This is the homepage of WINE and it's a trusted site! Download page: http://www.winehq.org/download/

Why making it difficult for yourself with a tarball? There's also no need to download a tarball when you SHOULD download the .deb package! Linux Mint uses the .deb extension for software/application packages. Only a .deb file can be installed under Linux Mint.
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Re: How to install wine through .tar.bz2 file?

Postby ANiK3T on Wed Jan 30, 2013 5:46 am

nomko wrote:
ANiK3T wrote:buddy i read the readme file but i didnt got anything useful
just some commands and strings
sorry man for my behaviour caus my english is a bit bad


Even when your English is bad, there's no reason to call everybody buddy and make your sentence look like your having an angry mood. Pay attention to your attitude and language, your attitude and language was/is the only reason why i called you a troll!

As i said before, if you're trying to install WINE, you basically don't need any file to download. It is in the standard repository. Just open the Software Centre and search for WINE.

Then, why downloading from softpedia? That site is not really a site to be trusted. And more important, for Linux it is not a trusted or secure download site. WINE can be downloaded from here: http://www.winehq.org/. This is the homepage of WINE and it's a trusted site! Download page: http://www.winehq.org/download/

Why making it difficult for yourself with a tarball? There's also no need to download a tarball when you SHOULD download the .deb package! Linux Mint uses the .deb extension for software/application packages. Only a .deb file can be installed under Linux Mint.



i cant find .deb file link.
It is somelike apt://wine
pls give me directs .deb file link which i can download from here in cafe and transfr and install it to my OFFLiNE linux mint 14 @ home
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Re: How to install wine through .tar.bz2 file?

Postby ANiK3T on Wed Jan 30, 2013 5:49 am

nomko wrote:
ANiK3T wrote:buddy i read the readme file but i didnt got anything useful
just some commands and strings
sorry man for my behaviour caus my english is a bit bad


Even when your English is bad, there's no reason to call everybody buddy and make your sentence look like your having an angry mood. Pay attention to your attitude and language, your attitude and language was/is the only reason why i called you a troll!

As i said before, if you're trying to install WINE, you basically don't need any file to download. It is in the standard repository. Just open the Software Centre and search for WINE.

Then, why downloading from softpedia? That site is not really a site to be trusted. And more important, for Linux it is not a trusted or secure download site. WINE can be downloaded from here: http://www.winehq.org/. This is the homepage of WINE and it's a trusted site! Download page: http://www.winehq.org/download/

Why making it difficult for yourself with a tarball? There's also no need to download a tarball when you SHOULD download the .deb package! Linux Mint uses the .deb extension for software/application packages. Only a .deb file can be installed under Linux Mint.



i cant find .deb file link.
It is somelike apt://wine
pls give me directs .deb file link which i can download from here in cafe and transfr and install it to my OFFLiNE linux mint 14 @ home
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Re: How to install wine through .tar.bz2 file?

Postby nomko on Wed Jan 30, 2013 7:51 am

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Re: How to install wine through .tar.bz2 file?

Postby ANiK3T on Wed Jan 30, 2013 8:07 am

nomko wrote:http://www.winehq.org/download/ubuntu


pls give me direct file link
i go to cyber cafe i dont have internet connection how do i download through apt://wine this command
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Re: How to install wine through .tar.bz2 file?

Postby zerozero on Wed Jan 30, 2013 8:24 am

paste this in a terminal
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apt install wine
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Re: How to install wine through .tar.bz2 file?

Postby jungle_boy on Wed Jan 30, 2013 12:45 pm

ANIK3T said that he/she don't have internet connection at home...
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Re: How to install wine through .tar.bz2 file?

Postby nomko on Thu Jan 31, 2013 3:52 am

jungle_boy wrote:ANIK3T said that he/she don't have internet connection at home...

Well.....why don't YOU provide him with a good answer???
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