Hi, I have no direct experience with your problem but it is obviously due to Debian now being multi-arch. My guess would be you need to activate i386 as an alternative in your 64bit system and then install the 32bit version of Crossover. A quick scan of the Crossover forums confirms that the 64bit version is still trying to use the outdated ia32-libs package. Maybe I have made a rash assumption about your system, I am assuming 64bit but that may not be true.woodsman4 wrote:ia32-crossover doesnt install in sid because it depends on lib32asound2, which is no longer in sid and conflicts/is replaced by libasound2:i386
So this is what I would try, remove Crossover and then run this command
sudo dpkg --add-architecture i386
then do an update
sudo apt-get update
then install the 32bit version of Crossover.
If you have a 32bit Debian and a 32bit Crossover then the problem is one of dependencies. if that is true then post back and we can look at different solutions.
I thought that running Wine would be easier once Debian went multi-arch but I have struck more than a few issues.